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  • The Larynx
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    • Phonation refers to any oscillatory state of any part of the larynx that modifies the airstream, of which voicing is just one example.
  • 4 States of the Glottis
    • 1. Wide Apart
    • 2. Narrow glottis
    • 3. Position for the vocal folds vibration
    • 4. Vocal folds tightly closed
    • Vocal Folds
  • Respiration and Voicing
    • Egressive Pulmonic Airstream is the air made to move out of the lungs.
    • The pressure of the air below the vocal folds varried:
    • 1. Variations in INTENSITY= Shouting
    • 2. Variations in FREQUENCY= More vibrations per second.
    • 3. Variations in QUALITY= Different-sounding voice qualities. Breathy or murmured.
  • PLOSIVES
    • 1. Two articulators are moved against each other.
    • 2. The air is released
    • 3. A noise loud enough to be heard after the previous stage. (Plosion)
    • 4. There may be voicing during part of the plosive articulation.
    • 1. Closing Phase
    • 2. Compression Phase
    • 3. Release Phase
    • 4. Post-release phase
  • English Plosives Lenis Fortis Bilabial b p Alveolar d t Velar g k
  • Bilabial Plosives
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    • Fortis Bilabial Plosive
    • Lenis bilabial Plosive
  • Alveolar Plosives
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    • Fortis Alveolar Plosive
    • Lenis Alveolar Plosive
  • Velar Plosives
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    • Fortis Velar Plosive
    • Lenis Velar Plosive
  • Syllable Structure CV Initial VC Final VCV Medial
  • CV –Initial Position
    • Paw
    • Pear
    • Bee
    • Bar
    • Door
  • VC –Final Position
    • Eat
    • Add
    • Oak
    • Up
  • VCV –Medial Position
    • Bigger
    • Better
    • Data
    • Peter
    • Guitar
  • Practice
    • Difference between aspirated and unaspirated
    • Tongue Twister
    • Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pepper
    • If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled pepper
    • Where ‘s the peck of pickled pepper Peter Piper picked?
  • Evaluation
    • What does the word glottis refer to? ________________________________________________ 
    • When air is made to move out of the lungs we say there is an ___________________________
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    • Define the following terms:
    • Voicing or Phonetion: __________________________________________
    • Subglottal Pressure:____________________________________________
    • Variations uency: ______________________________________________
    • How many plosive consonants are there in English? Give Examples.