The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, through their Center for Language Learning, has a number of online pronunciation lessons. These lessons focus on helping students understand the differences between English and Cantonese pronunciation and the mechanics of English pronunciation.
Native Accent is a software program to help students identify and work on specific pronunciation challenges. The program is web-based and available from anywhere you can log in to a computer, as well as from your smart phones and tablets. You must email firstname.lastname@example.org for access. Click HERE to log in!
English Central is a terrific tutorial website to help students improve their speaking clarity, listening skills, reading comprehension and vocabulary. The videos are very modern and consistently updated. English Central is also used in our ‘Clarity & Confidence’ workshops.
Baruch’s Department of Communication Studies shares some valuable FAQ’s about Clear Speech. Their Resources page also offers assistance with presentations, public speaking, and using Power Point.
The University of Iowa offers this website to assist students with phonetics and pronunciation.
ManyThings.org has quite a few “Interesting things for ESL Students” including games, quizzes, mp3 pronunciation tutorials, and more.
The TESL Journal provides an extensive list of activities, articles, and links for both teachers and English language learners. This is a terrific resource that compiles many different areas of instruction.