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Chapter 13 discussed the importance of teaching phonology and pronunciation. Because of the level of difficulty in teaching this particular subject, most teachers neglect teaching pronunciation and phonology to students. The four areas of phonology that are focused on are stress, rhythm, intonation, and the phonetic alphabet. There are many techniques that are helpful in teaching each area as well as pronunciation, such as humming, using nonsense words, learning the phonetic alphabet, and making mouth diagrams to name a few. I think it is important for the teacher to consistently teach pronunciation in each lesson as to ingrain it in the students' memories as well as gradually making it easier for students to learn vocabulary. While it states in the lesson that it isn't necessary to learn the phonetic alphabet, I because the language may be so drastically different from the English language that it would be easier to learn it and begin teaching the various ares of phonology.