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Unit 13 covered how a teacher can instruct students on knowing and practicing common intonations in English and on better understanding how to pronounce English words through utilizing the phonetic alphabet and through diagrams, descriptions, or verbal examples of where and how different sounds are formed. From this unit, the biggest takeaway I had was how word stress can greatly affect the meaning of the sentence as a whole or can determine the tone and purpose behind the sentence. For nonnative English speakers unaccustomed to intonation in English, teaching them general rules about intonation, such as rise/fall being the common intonation for statements or fall/rise often indicating that the speaker is looking for a response from the listener, and showing them a sentence with the main stress being on a different word each time and how that changes the meaning are two excellent ways to help students develop a pattern of speech that is closer to a native English speaker's.