This study has explored the effectiveness of the speech analysis program in learning the English pronunciation and intonation associated with yes/no and wh-questions. Eighteen Korean elementary school students participated in the program partaking in twelve sessions over 4 weeks. Participants were divided into a control group and an experimental group. The control group practiced English intonation using video produced by a native speaker and the experimental group practiced using the same video and performed additional actions using a visualized speech analysis program (Praat). Meaningful results were obtained for the experimental group practicing with the video and the speech analysis program. In addition, upon analysis of the data of students who participated in the experimental group it was found that the visualized software, Praat was effective in assisting the achievement of native speaker level of pronunciation and intonation through self-monitoring and self-correcting. The results observed in the control group did not find any significance in the learning of intonation; however, it was found that some p articipants in t he c ontrol g roup i mprov ed i n intonation l earning through repeated exposure to the video produced by the native speaker.