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LINGUIST List 19.2528

Sun Aug 17 2008

Qs: EFL Pronunciation Teaching in Your Country

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        1.    Marianna Kyprianou, EFL Pronunciation Teaching in Your Country

Message 1: EFL Pronunciation Teaching in Your Country
Date: 14-Aug-2008
From: Marianna Kyprianou <mariannakyprianouyahoo.gr>
Subject: EFL Pronunciation Teaching in Your Country
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Dear Linguist Members,

I am a PhD student researching the teaching of English pronunciation in
primary and secondary education in Cyprus.

I would like to kindly ask if you are aware of any literature available in
the area of pronunciation teaching in your country, concerning primary and
secondary education (in the context of teaching English as a foreign
language). I am primarily interested in European countries.

I would also be more than happy to forward a questionnaire to those of you
who are interested in participating in my study by answering questions on
teaching pronunciation practices concerning their country (if you indicate
your interest I will forward the questionnaire to your e-mail address).

Thank you very much for your help. A summary of all responses will be posted.

Marianna Kyprianou

P.S. If anyone is interested in preliminary stages of my study, you can
read a paper at http://www.phon.ucl.ac.uk/ptlc/proceedings/ptlcpaper_

For more information on the Cyprus Educational System:

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
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