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Class 2

  1. 1. /l/, /r/, and syllabic consonants
  2. 2.  Practice some tongue twisters related to the /l/ and /r/ sounds. 10 minutes  Listen to the song “she will be loved” by maroon five and complete the gaps.  Talk about the /l/ and /r/ sounds. 10 minutes
  3. 3.  /l/ and /r/ are formed with more movements of the speech organs than are most other consonant sounds.
  4. 4.  A vowel-like consonant produce without friction.  Most other consonants are made with the speech organs in a more or less fixed position
  5. 5.  Speakers of English normally produce /l/ sound as the tip of the tongue moves to or away from the tooth ridge.
  6. 6.  The movement that characterizes /l/ is more extensive when the /l/ follows a vowel sound than when it precedes a vowel sound
  7. 7.  A large majority of English-speaking people pronounce it with both sides of the tongue touching the back part of the tooth ridge and the back teeth.
  8. 8.  The movements that characterize both /l/ and /r/, especially when they follow a vowel sound, are produced quite far back in the mouth.  When a front vowel is followed by /l/ or /r/, an intermediary /ə/ is inserted.
  9. 9.  Practice the transcription of words with /l/ and /r/ after front vowels. 20 minutes - Missing words of the lyric of the song “She will be loved” - Activity D, page 120. Homework
  10. 10.  Discuss the results from the transcriptions. 15 minutes  Make a short conversation using words with words that contain /l/ and /r/ sounds. 25 minutes

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