Pronunciation Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.4.4.C

Core Standard

Producing a word, vocally, requires us to push air from our lungs through our throat to our vocal cords and just past the teeth and lips. The way we make the sound of words is called pronunciation. The muscles in mouth and our facial/vocal structure greatly affect the tones of the sound that we produce. This is why professional singers often decline any form of surgery in the area. You never know how a slight reformation will complete change your tone and pitch, especially when singing. There are many different exercises that you do to improve how you release these sounds. These worksheets will help students learn to pronounce a variety of words and sounds.