PronPack: Pronunciation Made Practical

Welcome to PronPack.com, the support hub for teachers using the pronunciation activities in PronPack 1-4 by Mark Hancock (author of best selling pronunciation books Pronunciation Games and English Pronunciation in Use). Need a copy to review for a publication? Get in touch!

PronPack is a set of four ELT resource books (ebooks and print books) to help teachers focus on English pronunciation in class. The four books each take a slightly different approach to pronunciation teaching. Read more…

Where to buy PronPack

EBOOKS versions of PronPack 1-4 (fixed-layout ePub) with embedded audio and online printable worksheets are now available on Kobo and  iBooks!

PRINT BOOKS  versions with online audio and printable worksheets ready and available on Amazon later this month of May 2017.

EXTRAS Additional teacher resources on this website include; print-friendly worksheets, downloadable audio files and more.

PronPack is available on iBooks  and Kobo in these countries…

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About The Four Books

PronPack 1: Pronunciation Workouts are extended drills focusing on specific areas of English pronunciation. Think of them like the scales and other exercises which pianists use to improve their fingering technique. But in the case of pronunciation, it’s the vocal articulators which are getting trained – the tongue, lips, jaw and vocal chords.

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PronPack 2: Pronunciation Puzzles are challenging game-like activities which are fun to do in pairs or small groups but are equally effective for individual students. They include such puzzle types as mazes, sudoku, word searches and crosswords.

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Pronpack 3: Pronunciation Pairworks are information-gap communication activities for students to do in pairs or small groups. Success in each activity depends upon the students accuracy in producing and understanding the target pronunciation feature.

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PronPack 4: Pronunciation Poems are rhymes, chants, limericks, raps and song lyrics all written specifically to contain multiple examples of the target pronunciation features. The activities usually begin with an exercise completing or correcting the text and culminate in practising saying or chanting the text out loud.

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 Teacher Resources are available to accompany PronPack 1-4. If you have purchased an ePub or the print-version of this book, additional materials can be accessed in the Resources section.

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News and Views

Mark Hancock

Mark Hancock presenting the PronPack Sound Chart at an ELT conferenceMark’s approach in both teaching and writing ELT materials is to engage the learner and inspire their intrinsic interest in the content and in the process of the lesson. This is driven by his belief that teaching and learning a language can and should be an enjoyable experience.

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