|International House Philadelphia|
|This dry-erase marker box makes a good phone stand!|
I sense a 'good student' in this young woman. She has already been noticing the points where her current level isn't serving her well. That is key!
Back when I was volunteer tutoring a small group, I also worked independently with a high level learner who wanted to fine-tune her pronunciation skills. That was the first time I taught pronunciation explicitly and I was scrambling to learn more about how to teach pronunciation before each session with her! I hope she learned something -- I know I learned a lot.
A book that helped me tremendously was Teaching Pronunciation: A Reference for Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages by Celce-Murcia, Brinton and Goodwin.
I also like Pronunciation Pairs by Baker and Goldstein. Good minimal pairs with simple instructions for how to form the target sound for each unit.