Phonology

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Phonology

  1. 1. Phonology<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  2. 2. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />THE PRONUNCIATION QUESTIONNAIRE<br />I regularly work on the pronunciation of my learners<br /> <br />I know which aspects of English pronunciation are difficult for my learners.<br /> <br />I am informed about the major phonological differences between the L1 of my learners and English.<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  3. 3. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />THE PRONUNCIATION QUESTIONNAIRE<br />I try to integrate pronunciation work into other aspects of teaching.<br /> <br />I know and use a set of phonemic symbols.<br /> <br />I encourage my learners to keep a record of the pronunciation of new lexical items.<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  4. 4. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />THE PRONUNCIATION QUESTIONNAIRE<br />I know where and how the phonemes of English are produced.<br /> <br />I know how to work on typical errors made by my learners.<br /> <br />I try to affect my learners' awareness of aspects of English phonology.<br /> <br />When using dialogues and other recorded material, I regularly focus on pronunciation. <br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  5. 5. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />PRONUNCIATION PROBLEMS QUIZ<br /> <br />Spanish consonants are generally articulated with weaker muscular tension than their English counterparts. <br /> <br />There is no /z/ in Spanish. <br />The /b/ and /p/ sounds aren't difficult for students to pronounce because they exist in Spanish. <br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  6. 6. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />PRONUNCIATION PROBLEMS QUIZ<br /> <br />The Spanish /s/ is similar to the English sound when it occurs in initial position (sábado) so it never causes problems when it's the first sound of an English word. <br />The /ŋ/ sound doesn't exist in Spanish.<br /> <br />In Spanish /m/ very rarely occurs in final position. <br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  7. 7. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />PRONUNCIATION PROBLEMS QUIZ<br />Spanish /s/ is normally dropped before consonants and replaced by /h/ (riesgo/fosforo).<br />Spanish speakers tend to stress the first vowel of a diphthong. <br /> <br />Students often have problems saying /w/ because this sound doesn't exist in Spanish. <br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  8. 8. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />PRONUNCIATION PROBLEMS QUIZ<br /> <br />Spanish consonants are generally articulated with weaker muscular tension than their English counterparts. <br />True<br />There is no /z/ in Spanish. <br />True<br />The /b/ and /p/ sounds aren't difficult for students to pronounce because they exist in Spanish. <br />False<br /> <br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  9. 9. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />PRONUNCIATION PROBLEMS QUIZ<br /> <br />The Spanish /s/ is similar to the English sound when it occurs in initial position (sábado) so it never causes problems when it's the first sound of an English word. <br />False<br />The /ŋ/ sound doesn't exist in Spanish.<br />False<br />In Spanish /m/ very rarely occurs in final position. <br />True<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  10. 10. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />PRONUNCIATION PROBLEMS QUIZ<br />Spanish /s/ is normally dropped before consonants and replaced by /h/ (riesgo/fosforo).<br />True<br />Spanish speakers tend to stress the first vowel of a diphthong. <br />True<br />Students often have problems saying /w/ because this sound doesn't exist in Spanish. <br />True <br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  11. 11. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />Sound-specific remedial production activities<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  12. 12. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  13. 13. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  14. 14. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  15. 15. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  16. 16. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  17. 17. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />Individual Sounds (Sounds in Isolation)<br /> /ə/ vowels and diphthongs<br /> // consonants<br />Connected Speech (Sounds in Contact)<br />Word Stress <br />Sentence Stress & Rhythm<br />Intonation<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  18. 18. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />Individual Sounds (Sounds in Isolation)<br /> /ə/ vowels and diphthongs<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  19. 19. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />Individual Sounds (Sounds in Isolation)<br /> /ə/ vowels and diphthongs<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  20. 20. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />Individual Sounds (Sounds in Isolation)<br /> /ə/ vowels and diphthongs<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  21. 21. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />Individual Sounds (Sounds in Isolation)<br /> // consonants<br />Plosives<br />Fricatives<br />Affricates<br />Nasals<br />Laterals<br />Semi-vowels<br />Continuents<br />?<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />
  22. 22. Cambridge Delta Modules – Module OnePhonology<br />The rest of the sesh...<br />Word stress<br />Sentences Stress<br />Intonation<br />Discourse intonation<br />www.ih-buenosaires.com<br />

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