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Targeting Pronunciation: Communication Clearly in English, 2nd edition / Sue F. Miller (Houghton Mifflin, 2006)


Rev: September 13, 2005
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Learning Support Services
Room 259

Set Call Number: EN1.055

TYPE OF PROGRAM: English as a second language

ACCESSION DATE: September 2005

DESCRIPTION: Audio to accompany text. ISBN 0-618-44211-1.

AUDIENCE: beginning ESL

FORMAT: Originally 5 CDs ; available on the web only to students enrolled in the course

CONTENT TIME CALL NUMBER

CD 1: Chapters 1-3

CD 2: Chapters 4-6

CD 3: Chapters 7-9

CD 4: Chapters 9-12

CD 5: Chapter 12-Appendix B



EN1.055 Targeting Pronunciation

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Chapter 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | Appendix A | Appendix B |



Unit I: Getting Started
Chapter 1: Improving your Pronunciation

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Chapter 2: Pronunciation Basics

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Unit II: Words
Chapter 3: Stressing Syllable and Speaking Clearly

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Chapter 4: More Intonation Patterns: More Words

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Unit III
Chapter 5: Speech Rhythm: Stress and Unstress

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Chapter 6: Vowels and Speech Music

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Chapter 7: Sing Along: The Melody of Speech

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Unit IV: Sounds: Consonants and Vowels
Chapter 8: The Speech Pathway-What's Happening Where?

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Chapter 9: Important Endings

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Chapter 10: More about vowels and consonants

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UNIT V: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
Chapter 11: More about conversational speech

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Chapter 12: More about Thought Groups

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Appendix A: Consonants

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Appendix B: Vowels

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