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Pronunciation tips: MEDEA Awards 2008

Callum Robertson

Callum Robertson collects prizes from the MEDEA Awards organisers

Medea award logo

December 2008

Pronunciation tips was a winning finalist of the MEDEA Awards. Callum Robertson and Paul Scott attended the ceremony in Berlin with five other winning finalists.

The aim of the MEDEA Awards is to encourage innovation and good practice in the use of media in education. These are the comments made about Pronunciation tips:

Great resource that is of use to learners across the world. Completely free of charge. Highly flexible and adaptive to suit individual learning preferences, styles and environments. Very high quality self learning approach, rich resources, clear objectives, communication and flow clear and appealing. Diversification of activities clearly helps the learner to grasp the content and skills quicker. Video, images and sound used very effectively for the purpose of the learning. The application is simple and easy to use for self learning, for teacher support as well as for supported classroom teaching and learning. Exemplary approach for pronunciation training in language learning.

Medea Awards Judges

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