Dear Sun,
I'm not sure what your needs are. What students do you teach? What age are they? What level of proficiency in English do they already have? If you could give me some details I'd probably be able to offer some suggestions and practical advice, and to recommend suitable handbooks. Teaching (and learning) second-language pronunciation always involves a lot of practice, imitation drills, monitoring and feedback. Using intranet communication and visual aids for auxiliary activities may be a good idea, but I don't think it can work as the *central* method.
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From: dexian sun
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2000 6:53 PM
Subject: Re: [phoNet] phonetics teaching methods

Hi, Piotr,
Thanks for your reply. What you are doing seems very
interesting. In fact what I'll do is to offer the
oppotunity for our students to correct their English
pronunciations through our intranet. That's why I
think it'll be interesting if I can use some colors.
Actually I've found it: the Silent Way of teaching
foreign languages. I don't know yet how it works. I'll
observe some classes using it.
By the way do you know any interesting books on
phonetics? Thanks.