Selected publications (speaking and listening)

Fraser, H., 2014. When teaching phonology isn’t enough: Insights from mondegreens. Speak Out!, 50, pp.29–33.

Fraser, H., 2011. Speaking and listening in the multicultural University: A reflective case study. Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 5(1), pp.A110–127.

Fraser, H., 2011. Speaking of speech: Developing metalanguage for effective communication about pronunciation between English language teachers and learners. In A. Henderson, ed. Proceedings of the International Conference on English Pronunciation: Issues and Practices. Chambéry: Université de Savoie, pp. 119–138.

Fraser, H., 2011. Spoken word recognition. In C. A. Chapelle, ed. Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell.

Fraser, H., 2011. Teaching teachers to teach /r/ and /l/ to Japanese learners of English: An integrated approach. Phonetics Teaching and Learning Conference.

Fraser, H., 2010. Teaching suprasegmentals like the stars. Speak Out!, 43. pp.8-12.

Fraser, H., 2009. Pronunciation as categorization: The role of contrast in teaching English /r/ and /l/. In A. Mahboob & C. Lipovsky, eds. Studies in Applied Linguistics and Language Learning. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 289–306.

Fraser, H., 2006. Helping teachers help students with pronunciation. Prospect: A Journal of Australian TESOL, 21, pp.80–94.

Fraser, H., 2004. Teaching Pronunciation: A guide for teachers of English as a second language (CD-ROM, updated), Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Education Training and Youth Affairs. OUT OF PRINT – SORRY NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Fraser, H., 2001. Teaching Pronunciation: A handbook for teachers and trainers, Sydney: TAFE NSW Access Division.

Fraser, H., 2000. Coordinating improvements in pronunciation teaching for adult learners of English as a second language, Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia, Department of Education Training and Youth Affairs.

Fraser, H., 2000. Learn to Speak Clearly in English (CD-ROM for learners of English as a second language), Canberra: DETYA (Australian National Training Authority Adult Literacy Project). OUT OF PRINT – SORRY NO LONGER AVAILABLE