Pronunciation and Performance with an expert: Adrian Underhill

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1 week

Course Length

Mon to Fri

Lesson Days

20 a week





Minimum Level


Pronunciation and Performance with an expert is a course led by a world-renowned ELT Consultant and Trainer. Adrian Underhill is an author and the series editor of the MacMillan Books for Teachers. He is well known for his book Sound Foundations and his inspiring talks on how to understand the phonemic chart.

This practical course is based on developing two main skills:

  • Pronunciation at the point of sounds, words and associated speech
  • Performance through presentation and storytelling.


You will experience a complete exercise session with the Sound Foundations graph, as well as relentless feedback to achieve confidence and customize a variety of teaching methods.

Completing this course will help you:

Who is the course for?

This course is for teachers who want to master teaching through storytelling methods and gain confidence with pronunciation.

Course Sample programme

Week 1

Course Content


Developing voice tone, pause, fluency, slowness, body language, and speaking


 Teaching techniques for pronunciation


Rhythm and intonation in linked speech


Performing through poems or short stories


Master feedback for performance rehearsals

*Please note that the course content may be subject to change due to latest methodology trends updates.

1 lesson=45mins

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