‘Improvisation and pronunciation teaching Part 2: A technique for improvisation’ by Adrian Underhill

Adrian Underhill’s latest blog post is titled “Improvisation and pronunciation teaching Part 2: A technique for improvisation”.

Adrian says, “ In this post I’d like to conclude what I started to say about improvisation and pron teaching a couple of posts ago.To improvise well in my response to a learner’s utterance means to engage with what they are working on in making the utterance, to see what they need to work on to make it better, to select a doable improvement that they are ready to attempt, and to find a way of making this intervention.”

Improvisation and pronunciation teaching Part 2: A technique for improvisation

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