My goal as a teacher is to help you understand natural, spoken English.
To understand spoken English, you need to understand the rhythm of English.
To understand the rhythm of English, you need to understand stress.
Considering my group has a lot of students thus altering theteaching lesson to their needs is not a question. We often must arrange sources to the size of the course. I wonder how could they manage it not having native description. Keeping in mind they're a novice course this could produce a bit of trouble for them at first. I'm confident it is going to enhance their problem fixing skills, though.
To understand stress, you need to understand.
"To teach a man how he may learn to grow independently, and for himself, is perhaps the greatest service that one man can do another. Benjamin Jowett"
Syllable stress explained in 5 minutes:
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