Pronunciation for English Teachers

This course focuses on providing teachers with the necessary theoretical background to understand key aspects of English phonology and also with practical ideas to help teachers teach pronunciation.

The course covers the following areas: phonemes and phonemic symbols; vowel sounds; consonant sounds; manner and place of articulation; word and sentence stress; elements of connected speech; intonation; pronunciation and spelling; varieties of English pronunciation; pronunciation and listening; and more.

Each module on the course comprises:

- video lessons;

- practical ideas on how to teach the topic being discussed;

- extra materials (texts, videos, games etc.) to help you further your knowledge of every topic;

- quizzes at the end of every lesson;

- contact with the tutor via email and via an exclusive WhatsApp group every step of the way.

General information:

- It is recommended candidates be at least at a B2 level of English, as all the lessons and materials are in ungraded English.

- You can purchase the course(s) at any point of the year.

- For more information, write to or send us a WhatsApp message: (+5511 94505-1811)

NB: The current price is an early bird fee available until December 12, 2023. From December 13 on, the price will change.

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Higor Cavalcante

I am an English teacher, teacher educator, author, and CELTA tutor based in São Paulo, Brazil. I have been in English language teaching (ELT) for over two decades, and my main areas of interest in ELT are teacher development, phonology, and language development for teachers. Here on Hotmart, my intention is to offer long and short courses for teachers of English in areas such as teaching grammar, vocabulary, phonology, listening, reading, writing, speaking, and much, much more. You can find out more about my work at, and you can write to me at

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