How To Teach Difficult Consonant CombinationsSep 22, 2021
I meet with the teachers in The Accent Channel Method Teacher Training program every month for a Live Group Coaching Session.
These live sessions are my favorite part of the program.
I get to speak with the teachers in my program, get to know them, help them troubleshoot any problems that they’re having with teaching or marketing, and hear all about how they are working with students and building businesses of their own!
The teachers in the program can submit questions before the session or ask them live at the session and this past month, I got a great question about how to teach a difficult combination of consonants to accent and pronunciation training students.
I thought you might find my answer helpful as well, because this is a really common problem for both native and non-native speakers who want to improve the clarity of their speech, so I’m sharing the clip below.
I got a ton of great feedback about the techniques that I discuss in the video. The teachers in my program used the techniques with their own students with great success!
And I can’t tell you how happy that makes me.
After 20+ years, I’m at a point in my career where seeing my teachers’ success with their students and with their businesses makes me just as happy (if not happier) than my own success.
I know how great it feels to help my accent training students feel confident about their speech, so being able to show other teachers how to become an an accent specialist and how to build a career that is lucrative and rewarding is an amazing feeling.
It’s what motivates me to continue developing accent modification certification training and materials for other teachers who want to offer accent or pronunciation training to their own students.
So, I hope you enjoy this short lesson and can use my techniques with your own students.
Let me know how it goes.
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