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ERIC Number: EJ1103181
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2016-Jul
Pages: 15
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ISSN: ISSN-0261-4448
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Research into Practice: How Research Appears in Pronunciation Teaching Materials
Levis, John M.
Language Teaching, v49 n3 p423-437 Jul 2016
Research into pronunciation has often disregarded its potential to inform pedagogy. This is due partly to the historical development of pronunciation teaching and research, but its effect is that there is often a mismatch between research and teaching. This paper looks at four areas in which the (mis)match is imperfect but in which a greater recognition of research can lead to better teaching materials (high variability phonetic training, intonation, information structure, and setting priorities). Furthermore, two areas in which teaching materials are desperate for research to be carried out (connected speech and the primacy of suprasegmentals) will be discussed.
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Language: English
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