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Language Links 2006
Language Links 2006
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Advising for Dr. M's M.A. Students
TELL 435 - DLI Language & Literacy Instruction - UT
Span 378 - Methods in Teaching Spanish II - UT
Span 672-SLAT 610 Media & Tech in FL
Span 380 - Practicum in Teaching Spanish - UT
Span 476-496 - Seminar in Student Teaching - UT
FLANG 276 - Exploration Teaching FL - UT
Span 377 - Methods in Teaching Spanish I - UT
Span 477 (Techniques in Teaching Spanish) - UT
Span 480R - 680R - Scaffolding for Success Mini-course - UT
Span 670R (Reading & Writing)
Span 671 - SLAT 601 - Principles of Foreign Language Teaching - UT
Span 676-SLAT 604 - Assessing FL
Intern Level Methods - MI
Senior Level Methods - MI
First Days of School
Getting a Job
Instructional Strategies & Activities
Lesson Planning Templates
Second Language Acquisition
Spanish for Spanish Speakers
Staying in the Target Language
21st Century Technologies
Teaching & Learning Styles
Writing in the TL
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Post information, resources, and tips on Chinese pronunciation here.
Chinese Pronunciation Guide
- Pronunciation exercises and tip sheets (with Real Player audio files)
Pinyin & Tones
China-8.com Chinese Lesson: Pinyin Tones
- Super video that has an attractive Chinese woman saying each of the 4 tones with different consonant combinations. Each one appears on the screen, along with a highlighted diagram of the correct vocal inflection.
Chinese Pinyin in 6 Minutes
- A colorful, cute, culturally authentic animated video completely in Chinese. It takes viewers through the various consonant groups, then vowels, then the tones. After each grouping, it repeats them so viewers can repeat.
Dual Tone Drills
- A self-checking, interactive website that allows students to listen to a word and mark whether they heard first, second, third, or fourth tones for each of the two characters that were pronounced.
- A self-checking, interactive website that allows students to listen to a word and mark whether they heard first, second, third, or fourth tones.
Learn Chinese PinYin (1)
- In this YouTube video, which is entirely in Chinese, elementary-aged children take turns introducing the various vowels, then the video cuts to a picture of an adult mouth forming the vowel as the letter is traced beside it. Very helpful
Pinyin and Tone Practice
- A website that helps reinforce the four tones in Chinese and has a practice activity.
- Interactive, well-scaffolded practice activities and self-quizzes
- Filmed at an amusement park--repeats over and over again for 6 minutes. Similar to the animated video, but the video highlights each letter as it is pronounced
- Online, self-checking listening activities for the tones of Mandarin. Teacher can obtain an account and edit the activities. Very nice interface
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