Elocution from Midwinter Tuition

WOW! Over 110,000 downloads!!! Midwinter Tuition's Pauline Midwinter shares her tips and hints on how to correctly produce vowel sounds& consonants when aiming for clear pronunciation. These are demonstrated in isolation, within words and finally sentences. Intonation is examined. Spelling variations are listed. This work and these podcasts can assist in reducing accents, slowing down speedy speech and help people learning English as a new or additional language.

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Website
http://www.midwintertuition.co.uk
Description
Elocution Tips and Hints towards a clearer speaking voice
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2019-04-01 01:48
last episode published
2019-01-17 14:50
publication frequency
13.71 days
Contributors
Pauline Midwinter author  
elocution owner  
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Number of Episodes
158
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
17.01.2019

FREE Udemy course available!

Go to my website www.midwintertuition.co.uk and check out the shop page for my free Tongue Twisters course! There's also a course aimed at families and those aiming for RP.
21.11.2018

Top 10 Tips for Lowering the Pitch of your Voice

The list is included on the resources section of my website www.midwintertuition.co.uk
14.11.2018

-ed endings of regular past tense words

Thinking about how to say these words - using the last sound of the verb, rather than relying on memory!
14.11.2018

KIT episode

This is an episode to help people Keep In Touch with me - I just briefly go through some ways you can contact me if you need any help. Short and simple!
19.09.2018

Silent Letters

Let's think about letters we do not pronounce in English
12.09.2018

How can I change my voice forever?

A child asked me this week - "Can I change my voice forever?" Here are some tips to help you towards this aim...
14.11.2017

Contractions - no, I'm not in labour!

Have a listen to some examples of contracted words (such as I'm, he's, she'd etc) and listen to some of the common mistakes people make. Listen and repeat the smooth transition from vowel to consonant. The list will be available on my website - www.mid...
14.11.2017

Contractions - no, I'm not in labour!

Have a listen to some examples of contracted words (such as I'm, he's, she'd etc) and listen to some of the common mistakes people make. Listen and repeat the smooth transition from vowel to consonant. The list will be available on my website - www.mid...
26.09.2017

HELLO and Tongue Exercises!

Just a quick chat to get me back into podcasting!!! It's been soooooooo long!!!
26.09.2017

HELLO and Tongue Exercises!

Just a quick chat to get me back into podcasting!!! It's been soooooooo long!!!
20.04.2016

Featuring the Midwinter Offspring - Word endings.

Jennifer and Christopher sing a song they've learned at school, which leads on to me talking about sharpening up those word endings. A short and sweet one as the school run is impending!
20.04.2016

Featuring the Midwinter Offspring - Word endings.

Jennifer and Christopher sing a song they've learned at school, which leads on to me talking about sharpening up those word endings. A short and sweet one as the school run is impending!
5.02.2016

New Year, New Voice, 2016 - Vowel Sounds

Let's stretch out the vowel sounds that we should begin our vocal training with. A simple set of sounds that we use all the time.
5.02.2016

New Year, New Voice, 2016 - Vowel Sounds

Let's stretch out the vowel sounds that we should begin our vocal training with. A simple set of sounds that we use all the time.
18.01.2016

New Year, New Voice, 2016 - Warm Up

Listen to Pauline warming up her voice on a freezing cold January morning. Hear the difference between the start of the podcast and the end as she goes through some simple but effective warming up techniques. Use these exercises after the breathing exe...
18.01.2016

New Year, New Voice, 2016 - Warm Up

Listen to Pauline warming up her voice on a freezing cold January morning. Hear the difference between the start of the podcast and the end as she goes through some simple but effective warming up techniques. Use these exercises after the breathing exe...
8.01.2016

New Year, New Voice, 2016

Breathing. The power behind the voice. Let us begin from the very beginning and remember how to breathe, why we breathe, use our breath effectively and efficiently.
8.01.2016

New Year, New Voice, 2016

Breathing. The power behind the voice. Let us begin from the very beginning and remember how to breathe, why we breathe, use our breath effectively and efficiently.
3.12.2015

Telephone Technique

Top tips for using your voice on the telephone
3.12.2015

Telephone Technique

Top tips for using your voice on the telephone
23.10.2015

T vs. L

A discussion of the differences and similarities between the two alveolar sounds. Go to www.midwintertuition.co.uk for more details 7shi64cf
23.10.2015

T vs. L

A discussion of the differences and similarities between the two alveolar sounds. Go to www.midwintertuition.co.uk for more details 7shi64cf
11.06.2015

The Snail and the Whale

Written by Julia Donaldson, this book is a beautiful read. Reading aloud is a fantastic way to improve your pronunciation and rhythm.
11.06.2015

The Snail and the Whale

Written by Julia Donaldson, this book is a beautiful read. Reading aloud is a fantastic way to improve your pronunciation and rhythm.
11.05.2015

Muscular Flexibility

I use Voice Box exercises for this episode - fantastic tongue twisters designed to exercise to increase precision in rapid change. Some of them are quite a challenge!
11.05.2015

Muscular Flexibility

I use Voice Box exercises for this episode - fantastic tongue twisters designed to exercise to increase precision in rapid change. Some of them are quite a challenge!
16.04.2015

Consonant / Vowel - W Plus Short OO

Let's try some words that begin with w followed by the short oo sound. It's very tricky! Take it slow. Use a mirror if needed.
16.04.2015

Consonant / Vowel - W Plus Short OO

Let's try some words that begin with w followed by the short oo sound. It's very tricky! Take it slow. Use a mirror if needed.
2.03.2015

"If" by Rudyard Kipling.

Amateur Alert: I thought I had started recording, so apologies if the podcast leaps straight into the poem! I did do a lovely introduction! Listen to the lovely rhythm of the poem, to the rhyming and overall the beautiful sentiment. Read it yourself an...
2.03.2015

"If" by Rudyard Kipling.

Amateur Alert: I thought I had started recording, so apologies if the podcast leaps straight into the poem! I did do a lovely introduction! Listen to the lovely rhythm of the poem, to the rhyming and overall the beautiful sentiment. Read it yourself an...
14.01.2015

Poetry Reading - Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold

A gorgeous poem. Listen and then read it yourself, find the text at poemhunter.com
14.01.2015

Poetry Reading - Dover Beach by Matthew Arnold

A gorgeous poem. Listen and then read it yourself, find the text at poemhunter.com
8.12.2014

The Letter 'e' that sounds like 'i'

A little chat about how the letter 'e' can sound like an 'i'
8.12.2014

The Letter 'e' that sounds like 'i'

A little chat about how the letter 'e' can sound like an 'i'
3.12.2014

Elocution Lesson 1 Resources (Part 2)

A revision aid for current students although listeners can hear the intonation and pronunciation of many common sounds, words and phrases. It's at a bit of a pace and split over two podcasts.
3.12.2014

Elocution Lesson 1 Resources (Part 2)

A revision aid for current students although listeners can hear the intonation and pronunciation of many common sounds, words and phrases. It's at a bit of a pace and split over two podcasts.
3.12.2014

Elocution Lesson 1 Resources (Part 1)

A revision aid for current students although listeners can hear the intonation and pronunciation of many common sounds, words and phrases. It's at a bit of a pace and split over two podcasts.
3.12.2014

Elocution Lesson 1 Resources (Part 1)

A revision aid for current students although listeners can hear the intonation and pronunciation of many common sounds, words and phrases. It's at a bit of a pace and split over two podcasts.
17.11.2014

Vocal Health Tips in the Winter Weather

I forgot to say - I wear a scarf ALL the time in the winter to try and keep my vocal folds nice and warm. I'm not sure how scientific that is but it makes me feel better! Listen to some tips gathered from my experience and some online research.
17.11.2014

Vocal Health Tips in the Winter Weather

I forgot to say - I wear a scarf ALL the time in the winter to try and keep my vocal folds nice and warm. I'm not sure how scientific that is but it makes me feel better! Listen to some tips gathered from my experience and some online research.
7.11.2014

Elocution - Consonants - NG sound

An examination of the nasal velar consonant sound generally represented by NG.
7.11.2014

Elocution - Consonants - NG sound

An examination of the nasal velar consonant sound generally represented by NG.
23.10.2014

Ear Eer Ere! A Falling Diphthong

Let's think about falling diphthongs! 100,000 DOWNLOADS now! Wow! THANKYOU GUYS!!!!
23.10.2014

Ear Eer Ere! A Falling Diphthong

Let's think about falling diphthongs! 100,000 DOWNLOADS now! Wow! THANKYOU GUYS!!!!
14.10.2014

Elocution for Jobseekers

This week, Pauline goes through some reasons why good Elocution is essential for Jobseekers.
14.10.2014

Elocution for Jobseekers

This week, Pauline goes through some reasons why good Elocution is essential for Jobseekers.
8.10.2014

The Consonant 'H'

Pauline and her 4 year old son Christopher talk about the letter 'H'.
8.10.2014

The Consonant 'H'

Pauline and her 4 year old son Christopher talk about the letter 'H'.
29.09.2014

Repetition and Disfluencies in Public Speaking

We use Ed Miliband's speech at the Labour Party conference as our starting point, then discuss repetition in speeches followed by disfluencies in everyday conversation.
29.09.2014

Repetition and Disfluencies in Public Speaking

We use Ed Miliband's speech at the Labour Party conference as our starting point, then discuss repetition in speeches followed by disfluencies in everyday conversation.