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>By Daniel T. Parker

A neat little trick I’ve tried before is to give your students little pieces of paper to put in front of their mouths as they practice making the f/v, p/b, d/t sounds. If you have a room of students making the sounds at the same time, you can’t possibly hear who’s doing it right or wrong, and it’s time-consuming, and possibly intimidating to the student to have them do the sounds individually. But when you’re standing in front of the class, it’s easy to tell whose piece of paper is fluttering and whose isn’t.

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