Students will be able to identify front, central and back vowels in spoken language
Teacher introduces the five back vowels and examples of it.
- The first of the high vowels is /uː/ (as in food)
- The second high vowel is /ʊ/ as in good.
- The vowel made with mid tongue elevation is /ɔ:/ (as in caught).
- The vowel with the lowest tongue elevation is /ɑ:/ (as in palm).
- The final vowel with slightly higher tongue elevation and slightly retracted tongue position is the sound /ɒ/ (as cot, pot and lot)
Then teachers review the front and central Vowels
There are 3 Central vowels
- / ʌ / as in cup
- / ɜː / as in Learn
- / ə / as in about
There are 5 front vowels
- / i: / as in beat
- / ei / as in bait
- / e / as in bet
- / ɪ / as in fist
- / æ / as in bat
Student listen to some tracks and identify one-syllable words and categorize them using the front, central and backs vowels chart.
The tracks that they will listen are the following:
Students will answer a quiz about the topic