Pronunciation Science Ltd (PronSci) was started by Piers Messum and Roslyn Young to help those who would like to transform the way they teach pronunciation.
Piers and Ros have studied the problem of teaching pronunciation both practically and theoretically. Between them they have over 45 years experience teaching English pronunciation - to adults, teenagers and children; to miners and airline pilots; to university students and migrants; ...
Piers has taught English in Japan and France and now works in the UK. He wrote a PhD on how English speaking children learn to pronounce and has a research website where the thesis and his more recent work is available.
Roslyn taught English for many years at the Centre de Linguistique Appliquée at the Université de Franche-Comte in Besançon, France. She continues to work for Une Education Pour Demain. She wrote a PhD on how English and French are taught as foreign languages by those who use the teaching principles described by Caleb Gattegno. Her most recent publication is L'anglais avec l'approche Silent Way.
Before she retired she was awarded Les palmes académiques for her services to education.
Together, Roslyn and Piers wrote How we learn and how we should be taught: an introduction to the work of Caleb Gattegno.