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Unit 13 covers pronunciation and phonology. Proper pronunciation is very important in my opinion. Because without correct pronunciation - no matter how vast the students vocabulary may be, no matter how well the student understands and uses grammatical rules, no matter what their level of reading or writing skills may be - if they don't use correct pronunciation it may be very difficult for listeners to understand what they say. Also if the students can not pronounce a word correctly, they may not be able to hear and recognise it when spoken by another person either.
This unit is interesting and a bit difficult. There is a lot of information presented in this unit including phonology, stress, articulation and the phonemic alphabet. The unit also looks at how to teach individual sounds and when we should teach pronunciation to our students.