Backchaining is a technique to help students pronounce words. Instead of starting at the beginning of the word, the teacher will say the word as a model and get the student to say the last syllable, or morpheme, then work backwards to the whole word, which makes natural stress easier. The same technique can also be used with whole sentences.
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