Key Issues in the Teaching of Spanish Pronunciation

Key Issues in the Teaching of Spanish Pronunciation

From Description to Pedagogy

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Introduction Rajiv Rao Part I The Sound System of Spanish 1 Description of Spanish Vowels and Guidelines for Teaching Them Eugenio Martinez Celdran and Wendy Elvira-Garcia 2 Pronunciation in the L2 Spanish Classroom: The Voiceless Stops /p, t, k/ Mary L. Zampini 3 Suggestions for Teaching Spanish Voiced Stops /b, d, g/ and Their Lenited Allophones [ , d , ] Manuela Gonzalez-Bueno 4 A Theoretical Framework in the Acquisition and Teaching of Fricatives to L2 Learners of Spanish A. Raymond Elliott 5 Issues in the Teaching of Spanish Liquid Consonants Benjamin Schmeiser 6 The Polymorphism of Spanish Nasal Stops Carlos-Eduardo Pineros 7 Incorporating Syllable Structure into the Teaching of Spanish Pronunciation Sonia Colina 8 Improving Non-Native Pronunciation: Teaching Prosody to Learners of Spanish as a Second/Foreign Language Carme de-la-Mota Part II Pedagogical Challenges and Suggestions for the Classroom 9 Spanish Pronunciation and Teaching Dialectal Variation German Zarate-Sandez 10 Incorporating Technology into the Teaching of Spanish Pronunciation Gillian Lord 11 Navigating Orthographic Issues in the Teaching of Spanish Pronunciation Yasaman Rafat and Scott James Perry 12 The Role of Perception in Learning Spanish Pronunciation C. Elizabeth Goodin-Mayeda 13 An Analytical Approach to Teaching Spanish Pronunciation to Native Speakers of German: First Language and Age of First Exposure as Crucial Factors Conxita Lleo and Marta Ulloa 14 Teaching Pronunciation to Spanish Heritage Speakers Amanda Boomershine and Rebecca Ronquest 15 Spanish Pronunciation and Teacher Training: Challenges and Suggestions Manuel Delicado Cantero, William Steed, and Alfredo Herrero de Haro Glossary
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