Thoughts, puzzles, worries, and insights cherry-picked from teaching and research
Listening Cherries is a blog where I talk about listening issues - from classroom activities to academic research.
Listening Cherry no. 10 argues that 'pronunciation' should be reserved.'
Phonology for Listening
Outstanding … truly extraordinary!
Professor Jane Setter, TESOL Quarterly
Now available as an eBook with sound files included
Fundamentally changes how we see things!
Alice Henderson, University of Savoie, France
Buy the eBook here
The sound files are here…
Phonology for Listening is getting rave reviews (read here)
Shortlisted for three prizes
- the English Speaking Union’s English Language Book Award (2103)
- the Ben Warren-International House Trust Prize (2014)
- the British Council ELTon – Innovation in Teacher Resources (2014)
Video of this prizewinning approach to listening
Richard Cauldwell introduces his approach to the teaching of listening here
For your iPad
Cool Speech: Hot Listening, Cool Pronunciation
Wins the ELTon for Digital Innovation 2013
Winner’s interview is here.
iPad app available on iTunes