20 contexts, formats and topics for haptic pronunciation teaching

In Instructor Notes, v4.0 (January or February, 2015) detailed, specific requirements of each setting will be provided. Notes v3.0 (NOW AVAILABLE!) has some program/curricula descriptions and lesson plans. In the meantime, if you'd like our recommendation for what components of v3.0 to get for your teaching situation, contact me at info@actonhaptic.com.
  • English for academic purposes - pre-university (all levels)
  • English for special purposes (especially vocabulary work)
  • Intensive English - (all levels)
  • Settlement/immigrant programs (all levels)
  • Evening Adult immigrant classes
  • EFL - NS/NNS Instructors -  Adult students
  • Independent study (Requires some orientation by Instructor)
  • One-day or half-day learner pronunciation training
  • One-day or half-day teacher training workshops
  • Teacher training - self study
  • Teacher training course - Basic-level,  Certificate-level, Graduate/Teacher-trainer training 
  • Teaching children - NNS (Teacher preparation) or NS (Teacher preparation)
  • Accent enhancement - course or self study
  • General Tutoring
  • One module only
  • Volunteers working with beginning-level adults - little or no previous training
  • Stand alone pronunciation course (adults or teens) - 8, 10 and 14 weeks, one hour per week
  • Instructor personal cognitive enhancement
  • Integrating AHEPS with other pronunciation books or systems
  • Teaching (haptic) phonetics (for general pronunciation teaching)
  • Applied phonology course
  • Haptic phonics 
  • Research on haptic engagement in pronunciation teaching
General topics related to program modules:
  • Vowels and word stress (M1-M3, and M11)
  • Rhythm (M4 and M7)
  • Intonation (M5 and M8)
  • Fluency (M4, M6, M9 and M10)
  • Consonants

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