Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Illustrations for Pronunciation Practice


These are part of a collection of illustrations that I made for a pronunciation practice activity.
Each illustration is about 8" x 10" and feature a word for the pronunciation activity. The students are given a sheet with columns and rows that have words with similar sounds to compare for listening. I made illustrations of the words to make it more fun. Other words include rice/lice, grass/glass, very/berry. It is a challenging exercise and it is difficult. The students have various reactions of despair and dread. Mostly, however, improve significantly on accuracy once we have done the exercise about three times. I have been inspired to create more illustrations for classroom projects.

3 comments:

Jewel Imaging said...

Cynthia, I love seeing these educational illustrations! They're beautiful. I'm sure it's just one of many ways that you are making learning English fun!

Jewel Imaging said...

Have you ever thought of writing/illustrating children's books?

cncgroup said...

Do I see a book in the making? Love the frog. Do you think that frog can leap across the ocean?