Teaching of pronunciation in the FL class by pointing out the concepts of perception and discrimination, and afterward, production and assessment. At the listening stage, students must perceive and discriminate sounds, stress, rhythm and intonation. First, the teacher must devise ear-training activities, since the students must be taught to listen. Following on from recognition and discrimination, the teacher will devise productive exercises. At the beginning, they will be based on repetition. Turning repetition into a fun activity can be done in a variety of ways: playing with volume experimenting with tone and speed, playing with rhyme... Now we are going to suggest some activities that can be used to teach and learn the segmental and suprasegmental features of the language. In order to do so, I will first deal with the teaching of sounds, then I will concentrate on stress and rhythm and finally, I will analyse intonation. Although they are classified into categories, exercises in which all the features are integrated are desirable . As the most common models to enhance the teaching of pronunciation, can be found in the Direct Method, Audiovisual method, and audiolingual method.