Here is a link I use very often :
from Michelle Henry's site
Maybe this could be helpful ? I agree with Kifissia ; I use songs & chants, movies ( or movie extracts..) a lot.
With younger kids, I try to find "games", eg : have them "mime" the sound of a word ( stress ).
Example : iTAlian : 3 kids ( = 3 syllables ) Kid 1 sitting / kid 2 standing / kid 3 sitting.....I call it musical chairs ;-)))
I was thinking about British English and to also teach the students the correct way emphasis. By that I mean the way we stress different words in a sentence to alter the meaning of the sentence.
This is really going to be helpful! :-D
American films and TV indicates with subtitles and to repeat what the actors are saying. If you watch suggests on a computer- you can give up and begin the exhibit whilst you repeat the dialog. In addition you can print out the English subtitles for a exhibit and examine them aloud in class https://www.businessinsider.com/walking-dead-chandler-rigg-father-says-son-fired-2017-12. (Some film and TV scripts are accessible on line.) And I make them repeat a mispronounced phrase as many instances as it takes till they get it right.