In this last post I'll share tools that I believe may help you and your students cope with pronunciation. Most of them have a corresponding app.
You can also read Peggy Tharpe's description of Otterwave
You can also read Nik Peachey’s description of YouGlish referring to it as “a great way to get students comparing different accents, as well as finding pronunciation models for words they want to learn and showing the word in context” (Nik’s QuickShout - 30 August 2017)
How do you say? Judy Thompson's sound dictionary and the link to the App
Mark Hancock’s site with pronunciation activities
Hope that at least one of these tools will open up different and better opportunities for you and your students.
As always, enjoy pronunciation!