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60

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Silent letters

This lesson focuses on the spelling and pronunciation of common words with silent letters. Students start by reviewing the alphabet before listening to a short speech from a tour guide and completing related activities. They list and categorise words with silent letters and then practise the target language in speaking and writing. There is a short optional extension activity in which students describe a day out in London, using words from A to Z.

by Stephanie Hirschman

Letters_BrE.mp3

Transcript

00 : 00 00:00
Speaker: /i:/ as in tree ... B ... C ... D ... E ... G ... P ... T ... V ... Z ... (zee)
Speaker: /e/ as in bed ... F ... L ... M ... N ... S ... X ... Z ... (zed)
Speaker: /eɪ/ as in train ... A ... H ... J ... K ...
Speaker: /aɪ/ as in rice ... I ... Y ...
Speaker: /uː/ as in boot ... Q ... U ... W ...
Speaker: /a:/ as in car ... R ...
Speaker: /əʊ/ as in phone ... O ...
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60

min

Silent letters

This lesson focuses on the spelling and pronunciation of common words with silent letters. Students start by reviewing the alphabet before listening to a short speech from a tour guide and completing related activities. They list and categorize words with silent letters and then practice the target language in speaking and writing. There is a short optional extension activity in which students describe a day out in London, using words from A to Z.

by Stephanie Hirschman

Letter_Ae.mp3

Transcript

00 : 00 00:00
Speaker: /i:/ as in tree ... B ... C ... D ... E ... G ... P ... T ... V ... Z ... (zee)
Speaker: /e/ as in bed ... F ... L ... M ... N ... S ... X ... Z ... (zed)
Speaker: /eɪ/ as in train ... A ... H ... J ... K ...
Speaker: /aɪ/ as in rice ... I ... Y ...
Speaker: /uː/ as in boot ... Q ... U ... W ...
Speaker: /a:/ as in car ... R ...
Speaker: /əʊ/ as in phone ... O ...
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