CA 103: Intermediate Pronunciation Part 2


About This Course

CA 103 is the fourth course in the curriculum which focuses on English pronunciation.  CA 103 is a continuation of CA 102: Interemediate Pronunciation, Part 1.   The format is the same.  There are 12 lessons and a final which means the entire course consists of 13 one-hour sessions.  Each lessons covers monosyllabic words that start with a particular letter of the English alphabet, starting start with the letter L.   Words that start with the letters Q and U are not included because there're not that many words in the English language that start with these two letters.  The last lesson covers words that start with the letter  Z.

Each lesson contains additional instructions to the teacher or parent who is teaching their students or children how to pronounce English words correctly.   Instructor notes are printed in a small blue font, and are not intended to be read by students.  Words and sentences intended for students are printed in bold black font.


Students who take this course should have completed CA 102: Intermediate Pronunciation, Part 1 or have equivalent knowledge of English.  All students must be able to understand simple English sentences and ask simple questions in English.

This course is not recommended for Thai children who cannot read simple English sentences or who cannot speak rudimentary English.  Children who are unable to recognize the English alphabet or who speak simple English sentences should take CA.100: Beginning Pronunciation.  Students who wish to continue improving their English pronunciation, including Thai teachers, should take CA 104: Advanced Pronunciation.

Course Design

Students should be given a printed copy of the lesson at the beginning of each class session.  

Students are expected to keep all printed lessons in a notebook provided by their parents.  

Students will be asked to pronounce all target words in each lesson correctly enough for an English language speech recognition app on a cell phone (iPhone or Android) to recognize it.  

Students will be given a final exam with 40 target words after completing all lessons

This course is available on a USB flash drive.  The flash dirve includes MS-Word files that can be easily modified, as well as other files that support this course.