For most of last year, I was posting blogs directly related to the videos on my YouTube channel, The Canadian Pronunciation Coach. (My videos will be continuing, though I’m moving into a new series called One-Minute Words). But as time has passed and I continue coaching clients, so many different thoughts have been swirling around in my head. Sometimes they’re directly related to the mechanics of English pronunciation, sometimes to the idiosyncrasies of our crazy English language, sometimes to podcasts I’ve been listening to, shows I’ve watched, books and articles I’ve read or conversations I’ve had. Questions pop up out of nowhere about the theory of practice, the psychology of coaching and the mindset behind learning. And sometimes, they’re just about the changing nature of language. At times, I feel like I’m reaching out to speakers of English as a Second Language directly. Other times I feel like I’m reaching out to my fellow coaches and teachers. So I thought I’d step out of that little box I’d created for myself so many months ago and start throwing ideas out into cyberspace, with the hope that whoever comes across this blog would take a moment to add their thoughts.
It would be great to hear from you.
By the way, if you want to check out my videos, click on Canadian Pronunciation Coach YouTube
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I’m thrilled to see you take your blog in this direction!
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