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Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
Ipa pronunciation session[1]
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  • 1. OPEN TUTORING SESSION<br />PRONUNCIATION: USING IPA EFFECTIVELY<br />May, 2010<br />
  • 2. Objectives<br /><ul><li>Identify phonetic symbols and their corresponding sounds.
  • 3. Identify the most important differences between the phonetic systems of Spanish and English and the most common difficult sounds for Spanish speakers.
  • 4. Get familiar with some resources that are available to practice pronunciation.</li></li></ul><li>In your experience…<br />What is the IPA?<br />Have you ever had problems while pronouncing some sounds in English? Which ones?<br />Do you recognize or know which sound is represented by any of the following symbols?<br /> /ʃ/ /ɔ/<br />/θ//æ/<br /> /ʌ//Ʒ/<br />
  • 5. IPA<br />The International PhoneticAlphabet (IPA) containsletters of thealphabeththatyoualreadyknow. <br />Consonants<br />/b/, /d/, /f/, /ɡ/, /k/, /l/, /m/, /n/, /p/, /s/, /t/, /v/, /z/. <br />Vowels<br />/a/, /e/, /i/, /o/, /u/<br />
  • 6. Consonants<br />
  • 7. Consonants<br />
  • 8. StrategyTry to learn the correct way to pronounce and draw the symbols that are different to the normal written letters.<br />
  • 9. ExercisePracticethe pronunciation of these words with the sounds<br />/ʃ/ /ʒ/ /ʤ/ /ʧ/ /ð/ /θ/ /j/<br /><ul><li>Vision
  • 10. Shoe
  • 11. Chose
  • 12. Jacket
  • 13. Young
  • 14. Thanks
  • 15. There</li></ul>/&apos;vɪʒən/<br />/ʃu:/<br />/tʃu:z/<br />/&apos;dʒækət /<br />/jʌŋ/<br />/θæŋks/<br />/ðer / <br />
  • 16. ExerciseFind the phonetic transcription of the following words and then practice their pronunciation<br /><ul><li>Measure
  • 17. Charity
  • 18. January
  • 19. Yet
  • 20. Through
  • 21. Then
  • 22. Sing</li></li></ul><li>ExerciseFind the phonetic transcription of the following words and then practice their pronunciation<br /><ul><li>Measure
  • 23. Charity
  • 24. January
  • 25. Yet
  • 26. Through
  • 27. Then
  • 28. Sing
  • 29. /&apos;meʒər /
  • 30. /&apos;tʃærəti/
  • 31. /&apos;dʒænjueri /
  • 32. /jet/
  • 33. /θru:/
  • 34. /ðen/
  • 35. /sɪŋ/</li></li></ul><li>Vowel Sounds<br /> /a/, /e/, /i/, /o/, /u/<br />
  • 36. StrategyTry to learn the correct way to pronounce and draw the symbols that are different to the common alphabet letters.<br />
  • 37. ExercisePractice the pronunciation of the words below<br /><ul><li>Should
  • 38. Banana
  • 39. Cut
  • 40. Cat
  • 41. Turn
  • 42. Call
  • 43. Ship </li></ul>/ʃʊd/<br />/bə&apos;nænə /<br />/kʌt/<br />/kæt/<br />/tɜ:rn/<br />/kɔ:l/ <br />/ʃɪp/<br />
  • 44. ExerciseFind the phonetic transcription of the following words and then practice their pronunciation<br /><ul><li>Foot
  • 45. Class
  • 46. Bird
  • 47. Mall
  • 48. Shin
  • 49. about</li></li></ul><li>ExerciseFind the phonetic transcription of the following words and then practice their pronunciation<br /><ul><li>Foot
  • 50. Class
  • 51. Bird
  • 52. Mall
  • 53. Shin
  • 54. about
  • 55. /fʊt/
  • 56. /klæs /
  • 57. /bɜ:rd /
  • 58. /mɔ:l /
  • 59. /ʃɪn/
  • 60. /ə&apos;baʊt/</li></li></ul><li>Tongue Twisters<br /><ul><li>Picky people pick Peter Pan Peanut-Butter, &apos;tis the peanut-butter picky people pick.
  • 61. I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish, but if you wish the wish the witch wishes, I won&apos;t wish the wish you wish to wish.
  • 62. How many boards Could the Mongols hoard If the Mongol hordes got bored?</li></li></ul><li>Why is the use of the IPA necessary?<br /><ul><li>IPA makes the learning of pronunciation easier
  • 63. IPA allows learners to work autonomously on pronunciation
  • 64. IPA makes the association of words with the same pronunciation easier: to, two, too /tu/
  • 65. IPA allows the differenciation of words with similar endings: thought /θɔt/ though/ðoʊ/, tough/tʌf/ y through/θru/</li></li></ul><li>Suggestions<br /><ul><li>Identify the sound and the phonetic symbol that represents it.
  • 66. Practice the pronunciation of the sounds whose symbols are different from the alphabet letters.
  • 67. Use the IPA every day to prepare the new vocabulary you may encounter in the following lesson. Choose at least 5 words daily.</li></li></ul><li>By learning to use the IPA I will understand that:<br />As I learn new vocabulary it is important that I get familiar with its pronunciation.   <br />Minor changes in pronunciation can alter meanings significantly.   <br />There are sounds especially difficult for Hispanics since they are not present in their native language.    <br />I can find patterns that can help me understand how to pronounce certain words.   <br />This strategy is there to help you. Using the on-line tools will facilitate understanding of it.  <br />
  • 68. Thanks<br />

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