I gave a presentation at New Sounds 2019 at Waseda University on Saturday 31st August. The title was How Should We Approach Teaching to Facilitate Phoneme Acquisition in English as a Foreign Language? Here are the slides I used. I hope you find them useful.
How can we assess whether learners have generally acquired phonology?
How can we avoid orthography?
It is difficult. It requires teacher autonomy, knowledgeable and willing administrators.
Bonk, W. (2000) Second Language Lexical Knowledge and Listening Comprehension, International Journal of Listening, 14(1) pp. 14-31.
References to the presentation are in the slide deck PDF.
There is a preprint to come. It will be linked here when it is moderated at PsyArxiv