Thank you for taking part in our PronSIG Online Conference (2nd October 2021)! This was a day full of inspiring plenaries presentations and posters by 15 experts in pronunciation. We are proud to announce that we had 120 registrations!
Here is the recording and the slides from our opening plenary:
The role of memory on the individual differences in acquiring L2 pronunciation skills by Akiko Kondo
And here is the recording from our closing plenary:
The effects of individual learner variables on English pronunciation learning efforts: What teachers need to know by Veronica Sardegna
Check out the rest of the conference videos and slides below!
The videos are free for everyone who took part in the conference on the day (the email with the password will be sent to participants by email).
If you did not buy a ticket or attend the conference live and would like to watch the videos, you can purchase access to these recordings for just 5GBP:
Watch the PronSIG2021 Conference videos:
Katrin Lichterfeld, The impact of linguistic profiling on decision-making
Hiroko Nakamura, L2 anxiety during oral presentation by Japanese university students
Adam Scott, Nurturing understanding, identities, and choices through near-peer, inquiry-based pronunciation learning
Sandra Kotzor & Isabella Fritz, ‘Crocodile or Kroko’dil: effects of stress differences on second-language processing
André Hedlund, Neuropsychology of pronunciation and its implications for teaching
Karen Taylor & Liz Bigler, Real pronunciation improvement: It’s in the palm of your hand!
Michael Burri & William Acton, Multi-dimensional touch in pronunciation teaching
Stella Palavecino, Pronunciation-teaching environments that can nourish mind, heart and soul
Sinziana Socol, Using mindful pronunciation activities with VYL & YL in the ELT classroom
Polina Gordyshevskaya, Foreign language anxiety: Effective ways to lower the temperature