-ed Ending and Linking (by LAU Hiu Shan)
The unit plan is designed for S1 students to acquire correct pronunciation of -ed ending and CV and VV linking. To cater for the practical restriction that teachers in school may not be able to spend a whole unit focusing on pronunciation teaching, the lessons plan in this unit does not refer to a single reading passage. This design allows more flexibility for teacher to use the materials.
The Consonant Sound /θ/ (by Alice)
This lesson plan focuses on teaching students the articulation of the voiceless consonant /θ/ by integrating traditional pronunciation practices with the use of listening exercise and an online story entitled “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” which are available on a corpus-based pronunciation learning website...
Sharkie S and Sh (by LAU Hiu Shan)
The unit plan is designed based on a sh-digraph poem, “Sharkie”. It aims at improving P4 students’ pronunciation in both segmental and suprasegmental aspects. The story-like nature of this poem provides a context for students to enhance their speaking and listening skills.
Rhythm and Schwa (by CHEUNG Chun Sing)
The context of this unit plan is largely based on a storybook entitled ‘If You Take a Mouse to the Movies’ written by an award-winning American author, Laura Numeroff. It furnishes P3 pupils with a contextualized and enjoyable learning experience.