Do you ever feel like...

...you're a bit stuck in a rut when it comes to teaching pronunciation?

...you need a fresh perspective?

...you want to know how to REALLY help your students improve their pronunciation?

...you'd like to know more about what research says about teaching pronunciation, but don't have time to read academic papers?

Then you're in the right place :)

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"I just wanted to thank you for sharing your amazing articles and thoughts about teaching pronunciation. Also, I should mention that I am really touched by your philosophy. I feel that you are talking on behalf of many capable non-native teachers who sometimes struggle to get equal opportunities."

- Ban Al-Saffar, Instructor, Conestoga Language Institute

What will you learn from the guide?

You will...

...understand which pronunciation features contribute to intelligibility in international contexts, so you teach pronunciation with confidence;

…know which pronunciation features to focus on in your classes to save time and still improve your students' pronunciation;

…understand the difference between accent and intelligibility so that in class you focus on the pronunciation features that REALLY matter;

…find out why you should use recordings of ‘non-native speakers’ so that you can supplement your materials and prepare your students for the variety of Englishes out there.

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Who am I?

My name is Marek Kiczkowiak I am your trainer here at TEFL Equity Academy, where I deliver face-to-face and on-line courses for English teachers. I'm also the founder of TEFL Equity Advocates, a campaign for equal professional opportunities for 'non-native speaker' teachers.

I have taught English in Latin America and in Europe, and am currently teaching at the University of Leuven, Belgium. I hold a BA in English Philology, Cambridge CELTA and DELTA, and am now working towards a PhD in TESOL at the University of York, UK. I have delivered workshops, seminars and talks at many international conferences and events for English teachers in Europe and North America. I also co-author a regular podcast about teaching and learning English at The TEFL Show.

You can find me on Twitter @marekkiczkowiak and @teflequity

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