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Storyboard pdf
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  • 1. Scene 1 of 19 Description: Title page Background: Photo collage Text: The Rhythm of English Color: Black Size: Large Font: Palatino Audio: Music with obvious beat Transition: Blend to next slide Narration None The Rhythm of English
  • 2. Scene 2 of 19 Description: Photo with narration Background: Photo of band with people in foreground Text: none Audio: Narration Transition: Blend to next slide Narration Like pieces of music, languages have different rhythms.
  • 3. Scene 3 of 19 Description: Photo with audio blend Background: Photo of crowd Text: None Audio: Blend of many languages being spoken Transition: blend Narration None
  • 4. Scene 4 of 19 Description: Picture and narration Background: Picture of of chocolate Text: None Audio: Narration Transition: regular transition Narration For example, Japanese and English have different stress patterns. Listen to these two men. One is a native Japanese speaker and one is a native English speaker. They are discussing what kind of chocolate they like.
  • 5. Scene 5 of 19 Description: Screen capture video of sound visualization Background: Black Text: None Audio: Two voices Transition: blend Narration None
  • 6. Scene 6 of 19 Description: Screen capture still image of sound visualization Background: Black Text: Chocolate English/Japanese Color: White Size: Medium Font: Palatino Audio: Narration Transition: blend Narration The rhythm of English and Japanese is different because English and Japanese use different stress and intonation patterns.
  • 7. Scene 7 of 19 Description: Animation with 4 states. Background: Black Text: Vocabulary, Grammar, Stress, Intonation Color: 4 colors Size: Medium Font: Palatino Audio: Narration Transition: blend Narration (state 1-2)To understand and to speak another language, you must know more than its vocabulary and grammar. (state 3-4)You must also know how the language uses stress and intonation. Vocabulary Stress Grammar Intonation
  • 8. Scene 8 of 19 Description: Animation (3 states) Background: Black Text: Stress and Intonation, Meaning Color: three colors Size: Large Font: Palatino Audio: Narration Transition: regular transition Narration All languages have stress and intonation but in English stress and intonation are more important for meaning than in many other languages. Stress and Intonation Meaning
  • 9. Scene 9 of 19 Description: Image and type Background: Black and white Text: Same as narration Color: two colors Size: Small Font: Palatino Audio: Narration Transition: regular transition Narration English is a very rhythmical language. If you can maintain the rhythm of English, you will sound more natural and your pronunciation will be better. English is a very rhythmical language. If you can maintain the rhythm of English, youʼll sound more natural and your pronunciation will be better.
  • 10. Scene 10 of 19 Description: Animated type (5 states) Background: Black Text: List Color: 5 colors Size: medium Font: Palatino Audio: Narration Transition: blend Narration Many factor are involved in English rhythm. Word Stress Sentence Stress Timing Intonation Sound Modification
  • 11. Scene 11 of 19 Description: Animation (2 states) Background: Black Text: labels Color: 5 colors Size: small Font: Palatino Audio: Narration Transition: regular transition Narration (state 1) Other modules in this series look at each factor in detail. (state 2)Here we will examine the timing of English. word stress graphic sentence stress graphic timing graphic intonation graphic sound modification graphic
  • 12. Scene 12 of 19 Description: Type animation (2 states) Background: Black Text: highlights of narration Color: two colors Size: small and large Font: Palatino Audio: Narration Transition: regular transition Narration English is a stress-timed language. Stressed syllables occur at regular intervals. The time it takes to say a sentence depends on how many syllables receive stress in a sentence, not how many syllable are in a sentence. English is stress-timed How many syllables receive stress NOT How many syllables in the sentence
  • 13. Scene 13 of 19 Description: Type and graphics Background: Black Text: highlights of narration Color: green and blue Size: small Font: Palatino Audio: Narration and spanish speaker and English speaker Transition: blend Narration Many languages such as Spanish, French, Cantonese, and Polish are syllable-timed. Timing depends on the number of syllables in a sentence, not the number of stressed syllable Spanish is syllable-timed Syllable-timed graphic Rhythm depends on how many syllables in a sentence English is stress-timed Syllable-timed graphic Rhythm depends on how many syllables in a sentence English is stress-timed Rhythm depends on how many syllables in a sentence
  • 14. Scene 14 of 19 Description: Type animation (3 states) Background: Black Text: The books are on the table in Spanish and English Color: green and blue, pink Size: small Font: Palatino Audio: Narration plus spanish speaker and English speaker Transition: regular transition Narration In English, the words and syllables that are not stressed, are reduced or said faster. Spanish (syllable-timed) Los Libros estan en la mesa. English (stress-timed) The books are on the table, ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●●
  • 15. Scene 15 of 19 Description: Type animation (4 states) Background: Black Text: 1, 2, 3, 4 Color: 3 Size: small Font: Helvetica Audio: Narration plus an English speaker Transition: regular transition Narration These four sentences take about the same amount of time to say in English. The numbers are stressed. The unstressed words in between are said more quickly in order to keep the rhythm. 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 Animation and Audio
  • 16. Scene 17 of 19 Description: Type animation (6 states) Background: Black Text: 1, 2, 3, 4 Color: 3 Size: small Font: Helvetica Audio: Narration plus an English speaker Transition: regular transition Narration Here is another example. Only three words receive stress in all these sentences. Unstressed words in between are said more quickly or reduced in order to keep the rhythm. Mice eat cheese Animation and Audio
  • 17. Scene 17 of 19 Description: Animated type (2 states) Background: Black Text: List Color: 5 colors Size: medium Font: Palatino Audio: Narration Transition: regular transition Narration The stress-timed nature of English is only one of many factors that influence English rhythm. Word Stress Sentence Stress Timing Intonation Sound Modification Timing is one factor of English Rhythm
  • 18. Scene 18 of 20 Description: Animated type (4 states) Background: Black Text: List Color: 4 colors Size: small Font: Palatino Audio: Narration Transition: blend Narration (state 1) As you become aware of these factors, (state 2) you can practice listening for English rhythm (state 3) and you can practice speaking with English rhythm. (state 4) With practice and with time you will speak English naturally and fluently. Awareness of English Rhythm Practice listening for English Rhythm Practice speaking with English rhythm Time and practice = Natural, fluent English
  • 19. Scene 19 of 19 Description: Image and music Background: Image Text: none Audio: Music Transition: fade out Narration None

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