Archives du mot-clé pronunciation

Improve your pronunciation, revise your vocabulary

Discover the 2 apps we are going to use all year long!


Go to your Seesaw app and use your profile to record the 3 sentences we worked on (audio or video).

The other students WILL NOT see your work.


Learn your vocabulary on Quizlet

Join the class

(use your FB or Google profile if you already have one, it’s quicker)

Here is the list you have to work on

Do 2 learning activities and 1 game (this is a minimum, you can do more!)


Remember: you will have a homework mark at the end of the term.

Hesitantly patriotic – pronunciation work:

Listen to the passages from the video and decide of the pronunciation of each <o> sound.

Help: the sounds of English

In your books, write: pronunciation work <o>

copy the words and indicate their pronunciation: /ɒ/, /ʌ/, /ɔː/, /əʊ/, /u:/ or /ə/

passage 1: reason, love, so, born

passage 2: to, slowly-formed, stroppy

passage 3: don’t, know, to, do

Practice saying the following sentences:

1) The reason I love it so much is because this is the island on which I happen to be born.
2) And thanks to my slowly-formed caffeine dependency, if I don’t drink it, I get stroppy.
3) I don’t know what else to do.



Stressing words

This is to prepare the lesson of Friday, October 2nd.


You should use your Welcome to Welton Academy worksheet to do this.

Use the online dictionary for English learners and check the stress placement for the words in your worksheet.

Here is an example for you:

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The three dots indicate the number of syllables. The blue dot means that the syllable is stressed. Here, for the word gentleman: the first syllable is stressed.

Do the same with all the words, and practice reapeating them with the help of the recording

In this class, you will practice repeating the speech aloud with the correct prononciation.