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Difference Between Alphabet And International Phonetic Theory
In this essay, we will see the general difference between the International Phonetic Alphabet and the
general phonetic theory. We will see what studies and researches the two arguments include and in
what ways they are seen to coincide. The International Alphabet was created by the International
Phonetic Association in 1888 and has endured constant reexamination since. The IPA can be said to
come close to carry out the ideal one–to–one relation between the sound and the written symbol and
this does not apply only for one language but is taken as the ideal example for all the languages in
the world. In fact to learn about the sound structure of all the languages a lot of research has to be
done and this has to be done in different areas of study like, anatomy, physiology and acoustics of
the vocal tract, to see what sounds are used in speech and therefore how they are defined by the
international alphabet. Hence, The IPA symbols are generalizations. Yet the speech sounds, are more
complicated the what they seem. Every individual sound is unique and it also differs from a
language to another and therefore we can see that this is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
A number of related concepts need to be inserted to lessen some of the deficiencies of an ongoing
segmental concept. One of these concepts is the segment when having an internal structure, made up
of 3 articulatory based phases; onset, medial and offset. The task of any phonetic theory is to form
the structure of a phonetic component for a grammar. The function of the theory is to associate
linguistic descriptions with the facts of speech and to do so it must be expressed in the simplest,
most comprehensive form possible and in a way which enables transparency of this relationship no
matter whether the theory is approached from the phonological angle or the articulatory/acoustic
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Preschoolers With Verbalization Sound And School Age...
Purpose: Preschoolers with verbalization sound disorders have clinically consequential impairments
in the engenderment of sound production of the ambient language. Although many of these
produced sound errors resolve after several years (with or sometimes without intervention),
developmental appropriate speech sound production is not always achieved. Some sound errors may
continue into adulthood. Concretely, (Preston, Hull, & Edwards, 2013) intended to determine if
preschool verbalization error types (e.g., atypical sound errors and distortion errors), which may
reflect different levels of psycholinguistic processing, are indicative of school–age phonological
awareness and verbalization sound outcomes. The purpose of the present study was to determine if
the types of preschool verbalization sound errors can signal school–age outcomes for children with
speech and sound disorders. The second purpose was to determine if preschool verbalization errors
are symbolic of school–age verbalization sound production skills. Preston, Hull, & Edwards (2013)
hypothesized that children who generate many distortion errors in preschool may be at risk for
continuing verbalization sound errors at school age.
Method: The participants consisted of 43 preschoolers with verbalization and sound disorders
between the ages of four and five. The participants were selected through clinical recommendations
in upstate New York from May 2007 to April 2008. Children were primarily from middle
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Auditory Feedback Research Paper
Larynx–The larynx also known as the voice box is a part of the respiratory system that's in charge of
holding the vocal cords in their place. This part of the body is important and responsible for the
production of speech and for the body to inhale and exhale. This part is mainly composed of
muscles and cartilages put together by tissues. It is located between the pharynx and the trachea
forming part of the windpipe that allows the body to receive oxygen. It also prevents the body from
choking, and makes eating possible by using the epiglottis that drops the larynx aside. Without this
part of the body communication and most important being able to survive wouldn't be able to be
produced.
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The Motor theory in the speech point of view is used to represent a hypothesis of what people speak
by the identification of the vocal tracts gestures produced by the mouth. Usually the way people
used to identify or perceive spoken words way by the use of sound patterns produced. This theory
was created by Alvin Liberman and Franklin S. Cooper around the 1900s century in the Haskins
Laboratory. This Motor theory was mainly created with the purpose of using pattern playback and
using them to create reading machines. By the initial starting of this theory many branches and
doors opened for the discovery of many factors of speech
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Oddball Paradigm Paper
Utilizing the passive oddball paradigm, the present study compared the neural processes underlying
the discrimination of the high rising and low rising tones in Cantonese between two groups of
typically developed native speakers differing critically in their production of the rising tone contrast.
The design allowed us to gain insights in the online processing of the two highly similar contour
tones and to reveal the relationship between tone perception and production. The main findings are
the longer discrimination latency demonstrated by the [−Pro+Per] compared with the [+Pro+Per]
participants and the significant differences in neural responses between the two participant groups to
the subtle acoustic cue of rise time in the amplitude envelope, rather than the pitch contour of the
rising tones. More importantly, these perceptual differences are shown to ... Show more content on
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Based on the results of auditory transcription of tone productions by participants of this study, the
major confusion pattern among speakers with non–distinctive production was T5 produced as T2,
which seemed to align with the acoustic analyses. The acoustic forms of T5 were found to
approximate those of T2 in terms of F0 offset and amplitude rise time [see Fig. 2(a) and Table III].
For the ERP findings, early components were elicited in the T2/T5 condition from the permutation
test for both groups, whereas an early component in the T5/T2 condition was observed only in the
[+Pro+Per] group. These results are particularly interesting as temporal cues are generally
recognized as secondary or concomitant to the primary cue of F0 in the literature of tone perception
(Gandour, 1983; Khouw and Ciocca, 2007). In cognitive frameworks of auditory perception (Holt
and Lotto, 2008, 2010), the speech signal encompasses a multitude of acoustic
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Example Of Phonetic Based Instructional Unit
B.1. In order to fulfill my Teacher Work Sample assignment, I created a phonetic–based
instructional unit, The Foundations of Reading, for a level one through three, adult ESL class. I
completed this in accordance with the following guiding learning goals:
1. Students will identify the letters and sounds of the English alphabet,
2. Students will recognize consonants and vowels, and
3. Students will learn short and long vowel sounds.
Upon completion of the unit, and after reviewing student pre and post–test scores, it became evident
that the goal my students made the most improvement in was goal number two;
Students will recognize consonants and vowels. Students achieved an average, combined score, on
the Vowels and Consonants Pre–test, of 88 percent. After receiving the corresponding instruction in
this area, their combined average score improved eight percent to 96 percent.
In analyzing this result, I believe there are two plausible reasons. B.1.a. One reason for the students'
success with this second goal may actually be the instruction they attained in pursuing the first goal
– Students will identify the letters and sounds of the English alphabet. While addressing the letters
and most common phonetic sounds of the English alphabet, (including short vowels sounds) in
lessons two and three, incidental discussions occurred regarding the vowels themselves, due to
students' curiosity, prior knowledge and the changeable nature of English vowels' phonetic
representations.
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The Preprocessing Phase Of Speaker Recognition Systems
The preprocessing phase in speaker recognition systems is used to give subsequent stages (features
extraction, modeling, and features matching) an intensification efficiency. Therefore, the system
performance is improved regarding classification rate and computing time. In this chapter, we define
the most important step in the pre–processing and we followed by analyzing the reason of chosen
algorithms and its impressions in a Speaker Identification System (SIS).
2.1 Pre–processing Structure gCommonly the pre–processing includes the sampling step,
windowing, and a denoising step. At the end of the preprocessing, the compressed and filtered
speech frames are forwarded to the feature extraction stage. The broad preprocessing pipeline is
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A study of Sanderson & al [23] have exposed that a combination of feature vector size and a chosen
sampling frequency has a direct impact on system performance. Figure 4, present a wave file
sampled at f = 16 kHz.
2.1.2 Windowing & Frame Blocking
A term of quasi–stationary describes a slow variation in a given domain. In speech analysis, features
of an observed segment of a signal with a period Ts=(5–100 ms) could fairly be stationary. The
information in a speech signal is could be represented by short term amplitude spectrum
representation. The framing procedure is multiplying the speech wave with a windowing function.
The signal is weighted in the time domain (convolution) and divided into a sequence of partial
signals in the specter domain. By doing so, we improve time information of every partial signal.
In speech processing, There are various windowing functions, each with different shapes and
different characteristics. The form of the window function is not a critical factor. Usually, some soft
window like the Von–Hann, rectangular, hanning or hamming window [24] are used to decrease
incoherence of the speech signal at the boundaries of each frame segment.
In this work, a Hamming window is used and given by:
2.1.3 Silence & Background Noise Removal (Endpoint Detection):
Depending on the purposes of the speech processing technique, preprocessing could include Noise
Removal, Endpoint Detection, Pre–emphasis, Framing, Windowing, etc.
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Early Childhood Phonemic Awareness
Often when we hear phonemic awareness we think of phonics. Phonemic awareness does not
involve phonics or written print, but instead spoken words. Understanding that words we speak are
made up of individual sounds called phonemes is the basis of understanding phonemic awareness.
Phonemes are the smallest units of spoken language and combine to form syllables and words (Ehri,
Nunes, Willows, Dale, Schuster, Yaghoub–Zadeh, & Shanahan 2001). Phonemic awareness is both a
predictor of reading achievement and the beginning of reading acquisition (Warren, Minnick,
Warren, Russell, Liqin, & Green, 2013). When children develop phonemic awareness, they can use
letter–sound knowledge to understand words (Koutsoftas, Harmon, & Gray, 2009). Children ...
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As mentioned earlier an important topic that has been through multiple studies is, knowing when
and how much phonemic awareness materials to teach. Once again the ability to focus on and
manipulate phonemes in spoken words is phonemic awareness (Warren et al., 2013). Preschoolers
do not focus on the meaning of speech but rather simply use language as their way of
communication (Warren et al., 2013). Children this age would be considered having little ability to
succeed within the realm of phonemic awareness (Warren et al., 2013). Without having any
phonemic awareness instruction a beginning reader or kindergartener would have an understanding
of phonemes (Warren et al., 2013). As children get older and into first grade they are normally
developing readers. This suggests that phonemic awareness instruction would have the greatest
impact being introduced to preschoolers or kindergarteners (Warren et al.,
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Communication Problems In English Communication
How to correct these problems? In order to improve these situations, the teacher needs to take care
of different variables. Learner variables: When working with young adults, it is important to know
what is their aptitude towards learning the language. People at this age tend to be overly conscious
of how they are perceived. Although, it is important for them to improve, it is also challenging
getting them to try. Nobody wants to be labeled as a weak learner. And pronunciation is one of those
language skills that makes evident students' English shortcomings. Therefore, when working on this
kind of exercises, make sure they are embedded in the curriculum from the beginning of the course;
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Methodological variables: Improving the pronunciation of plosives, and the rhythm of the produced
language , is a process that requires an intentional effort from the learner. "Pronunciation practice
involves some drilling because certain challenges are overcome through mastering the mechanics.
Just as dancers rehearse moves to the point that they become automatic, speakers need to practice
using their articulators in specific ways so that the mechanics become secondary and the attention
can shift back where it needs to go – to the meaning." (Recio, 2011) Therefore exercises that involve
repetition will be necessary. However, it is not about repeating for the sake of it. There should be a
process that makes the student aware of what it expected from his pronunciation. The activities
proposed should have exposure procedure. In this stage "not explicit attention is paid to specific
features of pronunciation" (Ball, n.d.) Then activities where the learner listens to speech containing
the target feature used correctly should be part of this stage. (e.g. songs, fragments of movies,
speeches, etc) Exercise: As Ball said, in this stage there must be the identification of specific sound
features and the appropriate practice for their perception and production. In this stage, drills and
repetition exercises can take place. For instance for working with plosives, the following exercise
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The Difference Between Phonetics And Phonology
Language is a human attribute. People are able to exchange knowledge, information, opinions,
beliefs, wishes, and promises through language. It has been defined as a system of communication
based upon words and combination of words into sentences. The systemic study of human language
is defined as linguistics. It is concerned with the nature of language and communication. It includes
diverse disciplines, for examples, phonetics, phonology, syntax, and semantics. The research will
focus on the phonetics and phonology and how they study the sound system of the language but in a
different way. In addition, we will discuss the definition of phonology and phoneme and the
difference between phoneme and allophone besides illustrating some of the phonological rules. ...
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phonetics is the study of human sounds, describing and recording the sound language. The study of
phonetics is not only to indicate the difference between the written and spoken language but it is
about describing the sounds that are made when we articulate a word. On the other hand, phonology
is the description of the system and patterns of speech sound; based on a theory of what every
speaker of a language unconsciously knows about the sound patterns of that language. In addition,
Phonology is concerned with the abstract or mental aspects of sounds in language. Compare to
phonetics? Phonetics is the physical properties of speech sounds, for example, how the sound is
physically produced. Phonology serves as the underlying design for all the variations in different
physical articulations of a sound type in different
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Language, Phonetics And Phhonology And The Language Of...
The sounds of Language Phonetics and phonology It is a fact that syntax deals with sentence
formation, semantics with sentence interpretation, and phonetics and phonology with sentence
utterance. Phonetics deals with how sounds are produced, transmitted and perceived. Phonology
deals with how sounds function in relation to each other in a language. The first one is about sounds
of language while the second one is about the sound system of language. Speech–sounds The natural
or primary medium of human language is sound. A speech–sound is a phonetically distinct unit of
speech. There are huge speech–sounds called phones or segments. Phonemes and allophones A
phoneme is a unit of sound that makes difference in the meaning of a word. Phonemes are
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English language has that kind of rhythm called stressed–timed where stressed syllables occur in a
sentence at fairly regular intervals of time even if there are many unstressed syllables between them.
Vocal folds vibrate with different frequencies when we speak and the faster they vibrate the higher
the pitch is. In English it does not make a big difference if you say words with low or high pitch
they still remain the same meaning. Tone languages are those languages where the pitch changes the
meaning of words e.g. some African, Asian and Native American languages. In Mandarin Chinese
/ma/ can mean, among other things, 'horse' and 'mother', depending on the tone. The rise and fall of
the voice in speaking is called intonation. In English intonation helps the function and boundaries in
syntactic unit and corresponds to punctuation in writing e.g. in He has gone has a falling intonation
He has gone? Has a rising intonation. Connected speech Till now the study of words was in isolation
while in connected speech including weak and strong forms, assimilation and liaison will be
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Discuss The Difference Between Phonetics And Phonology
Language can be called as a system of communication.It is the human capability to communicate
and interact with each other vie speech sounds or signs.It is a mediam of portraying our views.It is a
mean of sharing feelings and ideas together and the scientific study of any language is called
linguistics.
Phonetics is the subheading of linguistics that deals with the study of the sounds of human speech,
or the signs in the case of sign signals used for interactions.It deals with physical features of speech
science or sounds usually called phones,their way of production,acoustic features,auditory
perceptions and features called neurophysiological features.Phonology,on the other hand can be
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By utilizing phonograph developed by Edison,the properties of vowels and consonants were
investigated by a person named as Hermann.The term formant, known widely nowadays, came into
existence as a result of these paper.In order to these Willi's and Wheatstone's theories of vowels
production,Hermann did an experiment of playing vowel recordings at different levels of speeds
made via Edison developed phonographs.
Phonology deals with the study of sounds and gestures pattern in and across languages,regarding
concerns with other aspects of language.Phonetics is related to articulatory and acoustic features of
speech sounds,their mode of production by the speaker and perception by the listener.Being part of
such an investigation,the phoneticians may confine themselves with the physical properties of
meaningful so encoded comparison or the social meaning lying hidden in the speech signal e.g
gender,ethnicity
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Factors Affecting Voice Differences
Before puberty all voices, male or female, sound alike. But as the hormones come into play, they
cause the male larynx to become larger and the vocal folds lengthen and thicken. Not only are there
internal factors that play a role in the voice changing there are also physical factors, depending on
the height and weight of an individual that could affect the tone, pitch and frequency. The purpose of
this assignment was to better understand these differences.
As defined in our class manual, voice onset time (VOT) refers to the time difference between a
voiced stop closure and a voiceless stop. It is determined by the articulatory blockage at the
beginning of vocal fold vibration for the following vowel. Among the various factors of VOT
variations include; phonetic context, place of articulation, speech tempo, and speakers' gender. For
voiceless stops, women display longer VOT than men. For voiced stops however, the results are
rather mixed. Which makes sense if you look at the characteristics of mine and Marks h–d words,
you will notice there are multiple differences within our tokens regarding formant frequencies.
However we show similarities with our durations. So I wondered at first if this had anything to do
with the tokens being the same word, or if it was the vowel production. Differences between the
speech of men and women relates to the formant patterns associated with vowel production.
Although men have low frequency vowel formants than women, the differences in
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The Ship Poem
Within The Ship Starting, there are three notable instances of repetition. For one, the word "ship"
occurs three times (including in the title). Given that ships are the topic of interest in the poem, this
instance of repetition has the basic effect of bringing the locus of the text back to the title, or central
theme. The second example can be observed in the second and third lines, where the word "sails" is
followed by "moonsails," a made–up compound version of the former word. Using the same word
twice, and in this case, by adding on and modifying its second appearance, the reader is likely to
acquire a clear picture of the scene that Whitman lays out in the poem. Emphasizing the image of
the ship's "sails" by preceding the words with diction such as "all" and "even" attributes the sails to a
sense of abundance or freedom. The third instance of repetition occurs in line four, where "she
speeds she speeds" is used to describe the motions that the ship is making. Whereas it would be
considered grammatically correct to include a comma after the first mention of "she speeds," leaving
it out better reflects the content of the poem: "she speeds she speeds" gives the impression of a ship
slicing through the water quickly. In many cases, using the same word twice in a row takes away
from a text's message, but in The Ship Starting, this repetition instead works in Whitman's favor by
supporting the visual imagery he seeks to create.
Walt Whitman's The Ship Starting is a poem that
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What Is The Difference Between Phonetics And Phonology
English linguistics has many specialties. Whereas semantics about sentence interpretation and
syntax is about sentence formation, phonetics and phonology cover the field of sentence utterance.
Phonetics is concerned with how the sounds are produced, transmitted and perceived whereas
phonology is concerned with how sounds function in relation to each other in a language. In what
follows we will discuss the meaning of both phonetics and phonology and show the difference
between them in detail. Phonetics can be describe as the study of the minimal units that make up a
language, and it is also a branch of linguistics that deals with the sounds of speech and their
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The similarity between them is that they are both a branches of linguistics and the two is dealing
with the sounds structure and human speech sounds. Moreover, they are used in language
development, mostly in development of transcription and orthography, and it also said that
phonology begins from where phonetics ends which means that phonology is a continuation of
phonetics. Therefore, without one the other cannot exist. So when we move to the difference
between them what will be found is that Phonetics is the term that for the description and
classification of speech sounds whereas Phonology is the term used for the study of the speech
sounds that is used in a particular
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The Pros And Cons Of Phonics And Whole Language
Phonics is the theory of leaning established in the 19th century and states children need to break
down the complex skill of reading into smaller components like letters before they move on to larger
components like sounds, words, and sentences. The phonetic reading theory teaches children to
dissect unfamiliar words into parts and then join the parts together to form words. When children
learn the letter–sound relationship, they are provided with a decoding formula they can apply
whenever they encounter an unfamiliar word (Curtis, 1997, p. 1).
The pros and cons of phonics:
Builds better pronunciation
Reinforces word recognition
Children can use systematic approach to decode unfamiliar words
Less memory intensive and guess work
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1) Our textbook states that children benefit from both styles of learning, phonics and whole
language. By using both styles, the teacher blends early phonics instructions into the teaching of
reading stressing the importance of oral vocabulary, auditory discrimination, phonological
awareness, syllable awareness, onset–time awareness and phoneme awareness. (Gordon & Browne,
2014, p. 392)
I do not recall the phonics approach to leaning when I was in school; however, I do remember my
children learning from this style when they were in school so I would say they were taught both
phonics and whole language. My research and the text book supports both teaching styles and I
would have to agree from what I have witnessed on my own children and grandchildren,
incorporating both styles is the best way to teach language and literacy. I have not yet had the
opportunity to teach, but when I do, my plan would be to incorporate both into my lesson plans.
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Difference Between Phonetics And Phonology
Introduction: Phonetics and phonology both study the sound system but in a different way. Phonetics
and Phonology both are important for a language as phonetics represents the speech production
system and the perception of human beings, sign language and phonology represents the sound
system conveying its meaning. Every language has language system by which we can communicate
and pronounce words in a good way. Linguistics is called as the "Scientific Study of Language".
Linguistics utilizes scientific formulas and principles in language system. Linguistics has several
branches. Phonetics and phonology are the two fundamental branches of them. Phonology often
guided by phonetics. Phonology is also sometimes called as phonemics or phonematics. The main
difference between phonetics and phonology is that phonetics concerned with physical properties of
pronouncing sounds and phonology concerned with the organized structure of language though
these two study the sound system.
Body 1: Phonetics: Phonetics (pronounced /fəˈnɛtɪks/, from the Greek: φωνή, phōnē, 'sound, voice')
is a branch of linguistics that comprises the study of the sounds of human speech, or in the case of
sign language– It is concerned with the physical properties of speech sounds or signs (phones): their
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Pronouncing every sound, there must be some air flows from the lungs. The air leaves the body
through nose or mouth. When the air passes through the throat, the vocal cords sometimes vibrate.
The vibration makes the sounds voiced. When the air doesn't vibrate the vocal cords, the sounds
might be voiceless. Different sounds are produced from different positions such as tongue, nose, lips
etc. Vocal tract identifies from head to neck. Vocal tract is divided into three major organs including
lungs which help to produce sounds. Those
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Features And Features Of Phhonology
Introduction :
Phonology is the study of sound patterns in a language ,which sounds precede or follow which
others or begin or end words; what kinds of sounds make up syllables; how the occurrence of one
sound in a particular word affects the other sounds around it; how suprasegmentals such as stress
affect the segmental sound with which they occur; and so forth.
The central concept in phonology is the phoneme, which is a distinctive category of sounds that all
the native speakers of a language or dialect perceive as more or less the same. Phoneme is the
smallest element which words in a language can be broken down into. Phonologists point out that
phoneme can be broken down into smaller constituents which are the features. Features become the
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Distinctive feature are set of phonetic properties, as voicing, place of articulation or manner of
articulation, serving to characterize and distinguish between the particular sounds or phonemes in a
language.
This paper aims to discuss the distinctive features in English phonology. The work consists of three
parts. The first part discusses the notion of distinctive features with focusing on distinctive features
composition and label, types of features , functions of features and approaches to define features.
The second part discusses the categories of features while the third part discusses the developments
of distinctive features theories.
The notion of distinctive features
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Phonic Strategies
Answer:
I use some strategies from Orton Gillingham. I would focus on breaking apart words and the rules
that go along with it. I think you need it. I teach Zack (her son) with phonics. I do not feel we do a
strong enough foundation in it. It needs to be focused on longer then what it is.
Analysis:
Phonics is understanding the relationship between letters and sounds. It is important for all people to
get a good grasp of it when they are young. Having this knowledge will create a strong basis for
learning the English language. Mrs. Baughman uses phonics as much as she can in her sixth grade
science and language arts classes. The formal teaching of phonics is finished before sixth grade, but
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Baughman is using word identification strategies in her classroom. Some strategies to help with
word identification are using context clues, word analysis (affixes and suffixes), and sounding out
words. Mrs. Baughman is doing very well on how she is handling words that are hard to identify. In
her science class she probably runs into many words that are very hard for her students to say. These
sight words would be considered Tier three words. This is Isabel Beck's way of categorizing
vocabulary words into three tiers: Tier one, Tier two, and Tier three. Tier one words are the basic
words that children should already know like door, paper, and ball. Tier two words are high
frequency words that are needed when using mature language. Some examples include analysis,
performed, and benevolent. Lastly, Tier three words are only found in specific fields of study like
prokaryote, isotope, and arachnids. You only find these words when teaching a certain topic like
Mrs. Baughman's science class. Telling a student to sound out the word can help them to identify
what it may be. An example of this happened to me while I was in high school. I came across the
word "Mediocre" and I could not figure out the pronunciation of this word so I asked my teacher.
Once she gave me the right pronunciation I understood the meaning of it without asking. This is
why word identification is so important. Once a student knows how to pronounce words correctly
they will more easily be able to grasp the
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The Beneficial and Detrimental Effects of Phonology Essay
For years, phonology has been incorporated into language education. Young children are introduced
to phonics as educators take them through visual flash cards, teaching them the sounds of the
alphabet. Children learn to connect sounds into words, using what they learned from the alphabet to
apply a system of sounds into a word. Controversy regarding this reading education method has
additionally been popular. Although researchers have found negative effects in learning to read
phonologically, teachers can still strategically incorporate it into the classroom as long as they are
aware of its potential negative effects. According to Bentin S. (1991), phonological awareness is
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This is partially because the English language is sometimes difficult to phonetically learn since
some rules do not apply and it becomes confusing for the learner and difficult for the educator.
Although semantics appear to be a beneficial method, there are many scholars who argue otherwise.
Dewhurst, S. and Robinson, C. (2004) discuss some of the negative effects among children whose
education focuses more on semantics than phonetics. The study was conducted on 5,8, and 11–year
old children and "children from each age group falsely recalled nonpresented items related to the
study lists" (782). Although the study varied depending on the age group, it was clear that the focus
of semantics has caused children to have "memory illusions" as they read (782). Many scholars
argue that phonetics is the most effective way to teach reading skills because it makes the individual
a better reader in the long run. Once a child can phonetically read, they have the capability to pick
any book up and "sound out" its contents. Children who learn semantically are unable to do this
because they learn to memorize certain words as they go. A positive element to learning
semantically, however, is the child's ability to read quickly. Once a child has established a
memorization and recognition to words, they are able to read very quickly. Children who learn
phonetically are often slower since they are sometimes required to stop and "sound it out". However
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Importance And Importance Of Linguistics
What is linguistics ? Linguistics known as the study of language and its structure .also it is include
the study of syntax, grammar, and phonetics. linguistics division to sociolinguistics, dialectology,
psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, structural linguistics and comparative linguistics,.
Linguistics have many elements such as  phonetics: it is the study of the speech sound  syntax: it
is the study of grammatical sentences in a language.  morphology : it is the study of the words
formation  semantics: it is the study of meaning  words meaning  Pragmatics: it is the study of
language use. In this research I will talk about phonetics , morphology and syntax but first,
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Auditory phonetics: the study of the reception and perception of speech sounds(Brogan 1570–1980.
Baltimore, 1981.) by the listener or (the study of hearing and the perception of speech sounds)
Phonetics deals with production ,transmission and received of all human speech sounds in general
with no particular reference to any one language. why is the phonetics is important because it give a
true description of English sounds and how they are made also it is point the mistakes in learners
pronunciation and help them learn the correct pronunciation. On the other hand; there are many
sounds of English from those of the mother tongue. The English language sounds divided into two
main streams, first, consonants it is a sound that is articulate with complete closure of the air steam
by constructional of speech organs . there are 24 consonants in English language. There are six
plosive consonants in English language these are the sounds formed by means of a complete closure
of the air passage, which is afterwards released suddenly these are given as followed p in pen b in
bet, t in tea, d in dress, k in kind, g in
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Speech Union Innovation For Different Dialects Have...
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Content to–discourse (TTS) tradition changes phonetic data put
away as information or content into discourse. It is broadly utilized as a part of sound perusing
gadgets for visually impaired individuals now a days .In the most recent couple of years be that as it
may, the utilization of content to–discourse change innovation has become a long ways past the
incapacitated group to turn into a noteworthy extra to the quickly developing utilization of
computerized voice stockpiling for phone message and voice reaction frameworks. Additionally
advancements in Speech union innovation for different dialects have effectively occurred.
Numerous discourse synthesizers utilizing complex neural systems have likewise been composed .
In the master plan, the module can open up a window of chances for the less special preparing for a
plenty of occupation open doors for them in the employment segment. It can likewise assume a
characterizing part in building up correspondence of the visually impaired on the off chance that it is
joined into cellular telephones (so instant messages could be changed over into discourse).
CHAPTER 2 APPLICATIONS A. Telecommunications services TTS frameworks make it
conceivable to get to literary data via phone. Realizing that around 70 % of the phone calls really
require
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Phonological Molecules
The title of chapter 2 is "The Phonological Component: Phonetics", this chapter is all about how
God made our mouth and our bodies to make specific sounds to create words. This chapter goes
through how we have certain parts in our body that helps us make vowels and consonants so that we
can connect words and make sentences. I thought this chapter was interesting because it goes into
detail about things that I would have never thought of until reading it. When you speak, you do not
realize how much is actually going on in your body. First, the chapter talks about how there are
certain "shapes" that are needed to articulate some words. Speech sounds are initiated by an air–
stream. When that air–stream going into the vocal chords, the vibration
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Phonetics: Language, A Language As A Universal Language
Phonetics
Language is the system of communication used by people worldwide. It's a human faculty that
distinguishes human beings from animals. English is considered a universal language that many
countries use as a native language like Britain and Australia or as a second language like India.
Wherever English is available, it offers a better communication between citizens of a country and
travelers. Like all languages, English has variations in its pronunciation and accents. Sometimes
misspelling of words leads to misunderstandings between people. Therefore, everyone should study
phonetics which is the study of sounds made by the human voice in speech. Phonetics can be
divided into : sounds, letters, consonants, and vowels. First, learners ... Show more content on
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Rhythm is a regular pattern of stress beats represented in a tempo–like fashion. It's achieved through
the patterning of stressed and unstressed syllables through roughly equal patterns of time as in
poetry. Therefore, it is considered as an effective factor in making English a stress–timed language.
Additionally, intonation is the melody of speech and the pitch of voice that rises and falls. As
intonation is connected to pitch, it changes when the vocal cords change the frequency of the
vibration. Thus, the melody gets higher when the vibration is fast and gets lower when the vibration
slows down. Intonation includes changes that signify meaning, emotion, and attitudes of people. A
rising intonation can express a questioning or disbelieving attitude while a falling intonation can
declare a statement, satisfaction, or appreciation. Intonation has a unit which is the tone unit. Each
tone unit is equal to a unit of information which is marked by a pause or a change in tone. What is
more, intonation groups to listeners are the same as sentences to readers. Intonation groups
correspond to clauses produced in one breath. Each group is marked by the bar marker | before and
after the clause. The main pitch movement of the clause is carried by the last stressed syllable in the
intonation group which is called the nuclear
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Designing A Home Program Activities
1) Tyler recommends simple, naturalistic activities as part of a home program, focused on auditory
stimulation through modeling and not requiring productions, at least not until the child has achieved
correct production in single words in treatment.
a) Why would it be important for the home program activities to be simple and naturalistic?
Through this type of program, the child is in a more natural environment with activities that are
more familiar to him/her. Modeling the target sounds and providing auditory stimulation while
going through the routines of home life (e.g., getting dressed, reading a book, and going to bed)
gives the child functional opportunities in learning and acquiring speech. Furthermore, these simple
routine are repeated daily, meaning the child has that much more exposure to the target sounds.
b) Why would you not want the client to be practicing productions at home until they can produce
single words correctly in therapy sessions?
The client would already be able to produce the sound in single words, which makes it easier for
carryover in the home. The parents would be better capable of modeling and stimulating those
sounds in words through easy activities (e.g., picture cards).
c) Come up with several home activities that you could recommend to parents that would fit these
criteria.
Reading a book – pointing out target sounds in words and/or pictures
Playing at the playground o On the slide, the parent could practice the /p/ and /s/
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Exploring Phonemic Awareness In The Classroom
According to the article, Supporting phonemic awareness development in the classroom, educators
are displaying difficulties defining the word phonemic awareness. At times, educators would
confuse the word phonemic awareness with phonetics, phonics or auditory discrimination.
"Phonemic awareness is the awareness that the speech stream consists of a sequence of sounds–
specifically phonemes, the smallest unit of sound that makes a difference in communication." A
slight change of a phoneme in a word can change the thought and meaning behind the sentence. To
gain a better understanding of the term phonemic awareness, the articles break it up into two
superordinate constructs: phonological awareness and meta linguistics. Phonemic awareness is a sub
skill of the word phonological awareness, which refers to the ability to control each phoneme. Meta
linguistic refers to the thinking of one's language and "phonological awareness refers to a sensitivity
to any size unit of sound." Examples of phonological awareness are the ability to recognize rhyming
words, identify each phoneme in a word, count syllables, and separate the beginning of a word from
its ending. Overall, phonemic awareness, phonological awareness and meta linguistic awareness are
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I believe students would gain a better understanding of phonemic awareness if teachers are using
songs, chants, and word–sound games, word play, nursery or Dr. Seuss rhymes, exposure to story
books, story telling, word games, and riddles. These activities, which are engaging to students,
would build positive experiences. These instructions would also grasp the child's attention to help
him or her focus. In addition, educators must create purposeful and meaningful lesson geared around
nursery rhymes and chants etc. It has been stated that educators are teaching nursery rhymes without
knowing the true value of the
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Phonetics Vs Phonology Essay
Phonetics VS. Phonology
Phonetics and Phonology both are the study of sounds. However, there is a slight difference between
them. Phonetics is the study of individual sounds within a language; it deals with the study of
acoustic, auditory, and articulatory phonetics. Phonology is the study of how the sounds interact
with each other once they combine to form a word, and how those words combine to form a
sentence.
Phonetics is a fundamental branch of linguistics; it is the study of the sound made by human voice in
speech. English has 26 Alphabets, whereas it has 44 sounds. English sounds are divided into
consonant and vowel sounds. In consonant sounds there is some constriction of the airflows in the
vocal tract, whereas with vowel sounds there is no constriction of airflow.
Linguists describe consonant sounds using three criteria, which are voicing, place of articulation,
and manner of articulation. First, there are two types of voicing for consonant sounds, they are either
voiced (+V) or voiceless sounds (–V). voiced sounds are produced when air is passing through a
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It is sometimes called functional phonetics. The function of sound of particular languages. Phonemic
analysis is concerned with phonemes and allphones. Phonemes are meaningful sound, if one is used
instead of another in a word, its meaning changes. Different sounds which changes the meaning of
the word. Example Top and Pop. The /t/ sound when it is changed to /p/ sound the meaning of the
word changes. While allphones are the varieties of a phoneme. They don't change the meaning of
the word if one is used instead of another. Different pronunciation of a word which doesn't change
its meaning. Example: [Tap] we can pronounce the word by: /th/ [aspirated] and /t/ [unaspirated].
This doesn't change the meaning of the
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Controlling Robot With Speech Recognition
A MAJOR PROJECT REPORT ON CONTROLLING ROBOT WITH SPEECH RECOGNITION
SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE DEGREE BACHELOR IN TECHNOLOGY
OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Submitted By: Under the
Supervision of HITESH MATHUR (9911102230) MR. AMIT SINGHAL ASHISH GOEL
(9911102194) AYUSH GUPTA (9911102229) DEPARTMENT OF ECE JAYPEE INSTITUTE OF
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, NOIDA (U.P) June , 2015 CERTIFICATE This is to affirm that
the work contained in this report titled as "CONTROLLING ROBOT WITH SPEECH
RECOGNITION" by Hitesh Mathur (9911102230), Ashish Goel (9911102194) and Ayush Gupta
(9911102199) in fractional satisfaction of the course work prerequisite of Bachelor of Technology in
Electronics and communication Engineering , Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida is
a bonafide work did by them under my direction and supervision. The matter submitted in this report
has not been conceded for a recompense of whatever other degree anyplace unless unequivocally
referenced. Signed: Mr. Amit Singhal Project Supervisor ECE Department JIIT, Sec–128, Noida,
ABSTRACT In today 's reality, Robotics is a quickly developing and fascinating field. Robot has
adequate insight to cover the most extreme territory of gave space. We are showing a Speech
Control Robot For Robot control, which is controlled by utilizing discourse controller that is
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Child Observation Report
Tatiana contacted QP asking for her to accompany her back home because she was afraid that her
father would hit her. Tatiana stated that she was late coming home and that her father was upset at
her. Tatiana's tone of voice indicated, that she was scared and worried. Tatiana asked, QP to pick her
up 4472 Maine lane, which is about five miles from her home. Tatiana stated that her father was
texting her and treating her which made her scared to go home by herself. Tatiana was not at the
address she asked to pick up from. Tatiana was at home with her father and the police office. Tatiana
stated that she was not thinking of hurting herself. Tatiana stated that she do not like when her father
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Mr. Ridley stated, that Tatiana was give permission to visit her friend yesterday afternoon and was
told to return back home at 8pm that evening. Mr. Ridley stated, that Tatiana did not return back
home until 7pm today. Mr. Ridley stated, that he tried to contacted Tatiana all evening the day
before. Mr. Ridley stated, that he belief that Tatiana was not visiting her friend. Mr. Ridley stated,
that Tatiana has someone else contacted him about where she was staying. Mr. Ridley stated, he
informed the person via text message that he would like his daughter to come home immediately,
and if they do not bring her home he will contact the police. Mr. Ridley stated that he did not contact
the police until today. Mr. Ridley stated, that he do not know who brought Tatiana to the house
because Tatiana came walking from around the corner. Mr. Ridley stated, that Tatiana is lying about
her where abuts. Mr. Ridley stated that he will press charges on the person Tatiana was with. Mr.
Radley stated, that Tatiana would not tell him who she was with. Mr. Ridley stated, that he will keep
an eye on Tatiana during the night, to make sure she do not try to harm herself. Mr. Ridley stated
that he will talk to Tatiana when she
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Questions On English Phonetics And Linguistics
TMA EL120 2015
Name: Adil Khalfan Alabd AL–Hajri
Student N.O: 120507
Section: 1
EL 120: English Phonetics and Linguistics
Question 1:
Vowels and Consonants are two special qualities of sounds, which are present in every languages of
world (Ladefoged, 2001). If one needs to speak English with proper pronunciation so one needs to
learn phonetics.
Letters and sounds also have a very thin line between them, where Letters are in writing and sounds
can be spoken. These functions should not be confused. When we write the letters are used to
express sounds. There are words that sound similar but are written differently for example Sent,
Scent and Cent or Bare and Bear. People get confused while speaking and writing a word and
isolating the phonemes in similar words. Therefore, in solution people should listen to sound only
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Consonants are prepared by an exact intervention with airstream by organs that are vocal. This is the
reason they are easily described than vowels. In contrast, vowels are produced without any
interference of airstream. The air stream flows through the nose or the mouth relatively without
hindrance. The difference in the sound of vowels is produce by different arrangement of lips and
tongue. The example of vowels is "a, e, i, o and u". Consonants in phonetics are called as 'contoids'
which appears as the insignificant part in syllable. Where vowels are called as 'vocoids' in phonetics
and can be classified as tongue height, part of the tongues used in the sounding vowel and rounding
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Phonetics of English
Phonetics of English
Outline
1. Classification of English consonants
2. Classification of English vowels
3. Modifications of consonants and vowels
4. British and American pronunciation models. Most distinctive features of American English
pronunciation
5. Suprasegmental phonetics
1. Classification of English consonants
Russian phoneticians classify consonants according to the following principles: i) degree of noise;
ii) place of articulation; iii) manner of articulation; iv) position of the soft palate; v) force of
articulation.
(I) There are few ways of seeing situation concerning the classification of English consonants.
According to V.A. Vassilyev primary importance should be given to the type of obstruction and the
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Russian phoneticians suggest a classification of vowels according to the following principles: 1)
stability of articulation; 2) tongue position; 3) lip position; 4) character of the vowel end; 5) length;
6) tenseness.
1. Stability of articulation. This principle is not singled out by British and American phoneticians.
According to Russian scholars vowels are subdivided into: a) monophthongs (the tongue position is
stable); b) diphthongs (it changes, that is the tongue moves from one position to another); c)
diphthongoids (an intermediate case, when the change in the position is fairly weak).
Diphthongs are defined differently by different authors. A.C. Gimson, for example, distinguishes 20
vocalic phonemes which are made of vowels and vowel glides. D. Jones defines diphthongs as
unisyllabic gliding sounds in the articulation of which the organs of speech start from one position
and then glide to another position. There are two vowels in English [i:, u:] that may have a
diphthongal glide where they have full length, and the tendency for diphthongization is becoming
gradually stronger.
2. The position of the tongue. According to the horizontal movement Russian phoneticians
distinguish five classes: 1) front; 2) front–retracted; 3) central; 4) back; 5) back–advanced.
British phoneticians do not single out the classes of front–retracted and back–advanced vowels. So
both [i:] and [ɪ] are classed as front, and both [u:] and [] are classed as back.
The way British and
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What Are Phonetics and Phonology?
WHAT ARE PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY?
Phonetics is the branch of linguistics that deals with the production of speech by humans and.
Phonetics looks at the physical manifestation of language in sound waves: how thers sounds are
articulated and perceived. It is the science of speech sounds and the symbols by thich they are
shown in writing and printing. This science is based on a study of all the parts of the body concerned
in making speech. It includes the positions of the parts of the body necessary for producing spoken
workds, and the effect of air from the lungs as it passes through the larynx, pharynx, vocal cords,
nasal passages and mouth.
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With its established methods and goals, it offers a wide spectrum of different views of nature and
function of speech and speech communication
THE BRANCHES OF PHONETICS
Phonetics is the study of speech sounds. Although language is obviously composed of sound, speech
sound came to be the main focus of linguistic investigation only in the 20th century. 19th century
linguists were more interested in written rather than spoken language. Only with the work of Swiss
linguist Ferdinand de Saussure in the early 20th century did linguists recognize the primacy of
sound in human language and the secondary, superficial nature of writing. As a result phonetics has
therefore evolved into three main branches of type:
ACOUSTIC PHONETICS is the study of the physical properties of sounds, the air wave frequencies
of which sounds consists. The frequency of vibrations measured in hertz; volume of sound measured
in decibels. Instruments used to measure and records speech sounds include the sound spectrograph,
which produces read outs called sound spectrograms.
AUDITORY PHONETICS is also called perception phonetics because it is the study of how sounds
are perceived and recognized by the human ear and brain.
ARTICULATORY PHONETICS is the study of how sounds are produced by the vocal apparatus.
The flow of sound during any given speech act can be divided into units of
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Disadvantages Of Phonetics
Although we may not realize it, phonetics can be seen in many aspects throughout the world. The
best place to see these differences is to travel, to adapt to a different culture and to recognize the
similarities and differences that all human beings share. When discussing travelling, Henry Miller
says it best, "One's destination is never a place, but rather a new way of looking at things" (Miller,
1957). One of the main differences seen across the world is the language and way in which people
communicate. Communication is essential to human interaction, but verbal communication is not
universal. In the United States, although it is only one country, there is a multitude of different
languages that we may hear on a daily basis, such as Spanish, French, and Chinese. In addition to
different languages, there are accents that vary within specific states that produce phonemes slightly
different than one another. Because of this, it is inevitable that one who travels will also encounter
different speech patterns than they are particularly used to hearing in their native lands. Due to the
various forms of verbal communication encountered while travelling, I decided to interview one of
my good friends from high school, Emilie Boman, who spent last semester studying abroad in
London, England. Emilie Boman is a senior business major at Susquehanna University who took
advantage of their study abroad program. While she was in London, she was able to travel to several
other
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Essay On Phonetics And Phonology
This paper investigates the contribution of early Arab scholars in general phonetics and phonology
and its impact on modern phonetics. It is important to note that phonetics and phonology were not
independent disciplines. Rather, they were part of other disciplines. Therefore, in terms of early
Arab contribution to phonetics and phonology, their scholarship can be derived from three major
areas:
(i) Arabic linguistics whose pioneers are Alkhalīl Al–Farāhīdi through his book Al'ain, Sibawayh
through his book Al–Kitāb, and Ibn Jinni through his book Sir S̥ ina'at Ali'rāb.
(ii) medicine, philosophy and music whose most prominent figures are Al–Kindi through his book
Istikhrāj Al–mu'mma, Al–Farābi through his book Al–Musīqā Al–Kabīr,andIbn Sīna ... Show more
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According to this phonological rule, he classifies sounds into consonants and vowels (sāit and
sāmit). Based on his own statistics, Al–Kindi makes a universal conclusion that consonants are more
frequent than vowels in all languages. Then, he divides vowels into long and short. Moreover, he
establishes more than one hundred phonological rules of euphony and cacophony. Al–Kindi has also
written another book of applied phonetics (Allathghah (lisping)) in which he tackles speech defects.
In the introduction of the book, he gives a detailed description of the speech mechanisms of various
languages. Then he discusses the reasons of lisping and the description of places of articulation with
an anatomical analysis. Al–Kindi is the first Arabic physician who discusses acoustic phonetics,
dynamics of air, air stream mechanism, and auditory perception of linguistic and non–linguistic
sounds (Al–Hleis,
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Importance Of Learning English As A Foreign Language In...
Starting learning English as a foreign language in Vietnam, I was aware of the importance of
acquiring and applying a new language in modern lives. When mastering a new language, especially
a popular one, we can gradually narrow the gaps between people from many nations. However, how
to maximize the effectiveness of language teaching and learning is a simple task. Accordingly, I
wish to learn linguistics, the major that has made me understand learners can successfully acquire a
new language using scientific and social methods.
My first major in Vietnam was English pedagogy, so I had many opportunities to study English from
many Vietnamese teachers. Like other language learners, I struggled with English pronunciation
until the time I experienced linguistic programs in the second year. I began to learn Phonology, the
subject motivated me to do research about pronunciation correction for Vietnamese learners. At that
time, I knew the definitions of voiced and voiceless sounds, which assisted me to recognize the
reason why Vietnamese learners had a lot of difficulties in pronouncing voiceless sounds. In
Vietnamese, most of the phonemes are voiced, even they look the same as in written forms of
English, so we articulate the English voiceless sounds in a way of voiced sounds like in Vietnamese.
This is the reason why we make this mistake very often. Thanks to the time of learning this
subcategory of linguistics, I knew how to correct it consciously and have been improving
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Phonetics: International Phonetic Alphabet and Aspirated...
2. Write the phonetic symbol for the last sound in each of the following words. Example: boy [ɔɪ]
(Diphthongs should be treated as one sound.)
a b c d e f g h i j
Word fleece neigh long health watch cow rough cheese bleached rags
Last Sound [s] [I] [n] [ θ] [tʃ] [aw] [f] [z] [t] [z]
3. Write the following words in phonetic transcription, according to your pronunciation.
Examples: knot [nat]; delightful [dilaɪtfəl] or [dəlaɪtfəl]. Some of you may pronounce some of these
words the same.
a b c d e f g h i j k l
Word physics merry marry Mary yellow sticky
Phonetic Transcription [fIzIks] [mɛri] [meri ] [mɛərɪ] [jeloU] [stIkI]
transcription [trænskrɪpʃən] Fromkin tease weather coat Rodman [fromkIn] [tiz] [wɛðər] [kot] ...
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[p] spill b. low front vowel! [æ] tack c. lateral liquid! [l] lip d. velar nasal! [ŋ] sing e. voiced
interdental fricative! [th] this f. voiceless affricate! [č] cherry g. palatal glide! [j] yodel h. mid lax
front vowel! [ε] head i. high back tense vowel! [u] food j. voiceless aspirated alveolar stop! [th]
team
7. In each of the following pairs of words, the bold italicized sounds differ by one or more phonetic
properties (features). Give the IPA symbol for each italicized sound, state their differences and, in
addition, state what properties they have in common. Example: phone–phonic The o in phone is
mid, tense, round. The o in phonic is low, unround. Both are back vowels. bath bathe æ = Low,
central, unrounded e = Mid, tense, unrounded reduce reduction ə = Low, lax, rounded v = Low, lax,
unrounded cool cold u = High, tense, rounded a = Low, tense, unrounded wife wives e = Mid, tense,
unrounded i = High, front, tense cats dogs æ = Low, central, unrounded o = Mid, back, rounded
impolite indecent o = Front, lax, unrounded ɛ = Mid, lax, unrounded
10.The answered of Question (10).
1– Naom Chomsky is a linguist who teaches M A T. 2– Phonetics is the study of speech sounds . 3–
All spooking languages choose sound produced by the upper respiratory systems. 4– In one dialect
the English Cat the noun and Cat the verb are pronounced the same . 5– Some people think
phonetics is very interesting . 6– Victoria Fromkin, Robert Rodman, Nina Hyams are
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Importance Of Self Assessment
The Importance of Self–Assessment Self–assessment is an important aspect of teaching, as it allows
the teacher to reflect upon the successfulness of the content of the lesson and the communication,
along with the delivery of instruction and if each student's learning was successful. Looking at each
of these individually, there are specific components that a teacher should look reflect on and assess.
When broken down, there is a better chance of determining where changes to a lesson, or to
teaching, might be needed to make it more successful for learning. The first area of teaching to
assess is the subject matter, which is one of the most important aspects to reflect on, as this has to be
developmentally appropriate much more. Reflecting on the specific subject content of a lesson is
important for many reasons. Some of the most important things to consider are if it is
developmentally appropriate, that the objectives are sound and measurable, and that it is related to
the student's experiences or knowledge. Determining if a lesson is developmentally appropriate is
important as if it is not it can either leave students bored, too below standards, or confused, too
above standards. This also leads to ensuring that objectives are sound and measurable, as measuring
objectives will help to indicate if the lesson was successful and if students learned the content or
skill, which indicates the appropriateness of it. The last important aspect to touch on is relating
learning to the
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Overview Between Phonetics And Phonology
At the very beginning, I want to sheds the light on the definition of both Phonetics and Phonology.
Phonetics is considered the study of sounds of any language, it relates to the mechanism of how
sounds are produced and the way of speech sounds production. Phonology studies how those sounds
are put together to create meaning. It studies the rules of language that govern how those phonemes
are combined to create meaningful words. Hereunder detailed features of each branch of linguistics
are explained.
On one hand, Phonetics is talking about the physical aspect of sounds; it studies the production and
the perception of sounds, called phones. Phonetics is the term for the description and classification
of speech sounds. Sounds within phonetics are divided into vowels and consonants. Vowels are
embodied in the letters (i–e–o–a–u). Whereas, consonants letters are embodied in the rest set of
English language alphabets. Vowels and consonants describe the articulation of English language.
Whereas there is another branch of phonetics called Acoustic phonetics that is related to the study of
how the sounds are transmitted, in other words the journey of sound from the mouth of the speaker
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However, the combinations of these sources are present. There are different examples of sounds that
are generated with each of these source categories are seen in the word "shop," where the "sh" "o"
and "p" are generated from a noisy, periodic, and impulsive source. The reader should speak the
word "shop" slowly and determine where each sound source is occurring, i.e., at the larynx or at a
constriction within the vocal tract. There is difference between phonemes and allophones. A
phoneme, is the smallest contrastive unit in the sound system of a certain language. A phoneme is
the smallest part of an utterance that cannot be changed if we want to retain the meaning. For
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Graduation Speech : Phonetic Alphabet
[My students know/have the prerequisite skills to succeed in this learning segment where the central
focus is IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet). These prerequisite skills are the experience of
singing a varied repertoire in multiple languages and being able to maintain their individual part
pitches while singing with others in lyrics, solfege syllables, or neutral syllables. While their singing
communicates words with clarity in many cases, students are still learning to maintain specific
vowel integrity when singing in Ecclesiastical Latin or Spanish. throughout a song. There is a
tendency to revert to English sounding vowels in words such as "invisibilium" where the vowel [i]
should sound as ee and the vowel [u] should sound as oo. At times, I will hear students sing this
word as ihn–vih–zih–bih–lih–am, which is incorrect. This learning segment takes into consideration
the fact that some students enrolled in 8th and 9th grades are not as proficient in choral singing as
the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. The 8th and 9th grade students are still learning to sing with
pure vowel sounds. Therefore the learning segment starts from "scratch" with exercises that help
students physically feel and recognize vowel formation and sound, progressing in small increments
towards the goal of identifying and applying IPA vowels to singing (Duke, 2012). My students with
IEP/504 plans are still learning to maintain vowel integrity when singing with others in
Ecclesiastical
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Phonological Awareness Strategies
Phonological awareness strategies play a vital role in the development of vocabulary and word
consciousness. "It is a sound structure of language–that is, that language is made up of words,
syllables, rhymes, and sounds (phonemes)" (Phonological Awareness). This awareness of sounds in
a spoken language is a strong indicator of future literacy success. Strategies to promote phonological
awareness provide opportunities to help students to hear and differentiate and segregate sounds in
their oral language. Emergent learns can better discern rhymes and alteration and understand sounds
through syllables. Furthermore, segregating words through onsets –rimes patterns, and learning how
to blend sounds through phonemic awareness all play a vital role ... Show more content on
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Teach relationships of sounds and letters with bingo games. Upon mastery students will learn letter–
sound relationships for consonant sounds.
5. Teach how to sound out words through decoding with onsets –rimes patterns in a game of water
balloon phonics. Students will throw water balloons that are labeled with rimes and throw them at
onsets to make a word. On rainy days this game can be modified to a ring toss.
Each strategy is intended as a pre–teaching activity, large group or small anticipatory set, or as
closure activity in a lesson plan. These strategies are to pique young readers interests prior to
intensive teaching.
Part 2 Students that are rely on sight words lack decoding skills. Their focus is on the image of a
word and not the sounds of the individual letters create or its relationship to words. "It is a
dangerous pedagogy because it creates cognitive damage such as dyslexia and ADHD" (Price). The
practice of using sight words promotes lower syntactical awareness, guessing and students become
word callers; students are not comprehending what they are reading, just decoding. However, sight
words serve their purpose for words that do not follow phonic rules in emergent readers.
Nonetheless, as a child strengthens their oral language concept through print, and phonemic
awareness more reliable predictions of reading abilities in the future can be made. "Phonological
awareness is the understanding of different ways that oral language can be divided into smaller
components and manipulated" (Chard &
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Difference Between Alphabet And International Phonetic Theory

  • 1. Difference Between Alphabet And International Phonetic Theory In this essay, we will see the general difference between the International Phonetic Alphabet and the general phonetic theory. We will see what studies and researches the two arguments include and in what ways they are seen to coincide. The International Alphabet was created by the International Phonetic Association in 1888 and has endured constant reexamination since. The IPA can be said to come close to carry out the ideal one–to–one relation between the sound and the written symbol and this does not apply only for one language but is taken as the ideal example for all the languages in the world. In fact to learn about the sound structure of all the languages a lot of research has to be done and this has to be done in different areas of study like, anatomy, physiology and acoustics of the vocal tract, to see what sounds are used in speech and therefore how they are defined by the international alphabet. Hence, The IPA symbols are generalizations. Yet the speech sounds, are more complicated the what they seem. Every individual sound is unique and it also differs from a language to another and therefore we can see that this is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A number of related concepts need to be inserted to lessen some of the deficiencies of an ongoing segmental concept. One of these concepts is the segment when having an internal structure, made up of 3 articulatory based phases; onset, medial and offset. The task of any phonetic theory is to form the structure of a phonetic component for a grammar. The function of the theory is to associate linguistic descriptions with the facts of speech and to do so it must be expressed in the simplest, most comprehensive form possible and in a way which enables transparency of this relationship no matter whether the theory is approached from the phonological angle or the articulatory/acoustic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. Preschoolers With Verbalization Sound And School Age... Purpose: Preschoolers with verbalization sound disorders have clinically consequential impairments in the engenderment of sound production of the ambient language. Although many of these produced sound errors resolve after several years (with or sometimes without intervention), developmental appropriate speech sound production is not always achieved. Some sound errors may continue into adulthood. Concretely, (Preston, Hull, & Edwards, 2013) intended to determine if preschool verbalization error types (e.g., atypical sound errors and distortion errors), which may reflect different levels of psycholinguistic processing, are indicative of school–age phonological awareness and verbalization sound outcomes. The purpose of the present study was to determine if the types of preschool verbalization sound errors can signal school–age outcomes for children with speech and sound disorders. The second purpose was to determine if preschool verbalization errors are symbolic of school–age verbalization sound production skills. Preston, Hull, & Edwards (2013) hypothesized that children who generate many distortion errors in preschool may be at risk for continuing verbalization sound errors at school age. Method: The participants consisted of 43 preschoolers with verbalization and sound disorders between the ages of four and five. The participants were selected through clinical recommendations in upstate New York from May 2007 to April 2008. Children were primarily from middle ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. Auditory Feedback Research Paper Larynx–The larynx also known as the voice box is a part of the respiratory system that's in charge of holding the vocal cords in their place. This part of the body is important and responsible for the production of speech and for the body to inhale and exhale. This part is mainly composed of muscles and cartilages put together by tissues. It is located between the pharynx and the trachea forming part of the windpipe that allows the body to receive oxygen. It also prevents the body from choking, and makes eating possible by using the epiglottis that drops the larynx aside. Without this part of the body communication and most important being able to survive wouldn't be able to be produced. Vowels–Vowels are letters of the alphabet that have a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Motor theory in the speech point of view is used to represent a hypothesis of what people speak by the identification of the vocal tracts gestures produced by the mouth. Usually the way people used to identify or perceive spoken words way by the use of sound patterns produced. This theory was created by Alvin Liberman and Franklin S. Cooper around the 1900s century in the Haskins Laboratory. This Motor theory was mainly created with the purpose of using pattern playback and using them to create reading machines. By the initial starting of this theory many branches and doors opened for the discovery of many factors of speech ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. Oddball Paradigm Paper Utilizing the passive oddball paradigm, the present study compared the neural processes underlying the discrimination of the high rising and low rising tones in Cantonese between two groups of typically developed native speakers differing critically in their production of the rising tone contrast. The design allowed us to gain insights in the online processing of the two highly similar contour tones and to reveal the relationship between tone perception and production. The main findings are the longer discrimination latency demonstrated by the [−Pro+Per] compared with the [+Pro+Per] participants and the significant differences in neural responses between the two participant groups to the subtle acoustic cue of rise time in the amplitude envelope, rather than the pitch contour of the rising tones. More importantly, these perceptual differences are shown to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Based on the results of auditory transcription of tone productions by participants of this study, the major confusion pattern among speakers with non–distinctive production was T5 produced as T2, which seemed to align with the acoustic analyses. The acoustic forms of T5 were found to approximate those of T2 in terms of F0 offset and amplitude rise time [see Fig. 2(a) and Table III]. For the ERP findings, early components were elicited in the T2/T5 condition from the permutation test for both groups, whereas an early component in the T5/T2 condition was observed only in the [+Pro+Per] group. These results are particularly interesting as temporal cues are generally recognized as secondary or concomitant to the primary cue of F0 in the literature of tone perception (Gandour, 1983; Khouw and Ciocca, 2007). In cognitive frameworks of auditory perception (Holt and Lotto, 2008, 2010), the speech signal encompasses a multitude of acoustic ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. Example Of Phonetic Based Instructional Unit B.1. In order to fulfill my Teacher Work Sample assignment, I created a phonetic–based instructional unit, The Foundations of Reading, for a level one through three, adult ESL class. I completed this in accordance with the following guiding learning goals: 1. Students will identify the letters and sounds of the English alphabet, 2. Students will recognize consonants and vowels, and 3. Students will learn short and long vowel sounds. Upon completion of the unit, and after reviewing student pre and post–test scores, it became evident that the goal my students made the most improvement in was goal number two; Students will recognize consonants and vowels. Students achieved an average, combined score, on the Vowels and Consonants Pre–test, of 88 percent. After receiving the corresponding instruction in this area, their combined average score improved eight percent to 96 percent. In analyzing this result, I believe there are two plausible reasons. B.1.a. One reason for the students' success with this second goal may actually be the instruction they attained in pursuing the first goal – Students will identify the letters and sounds of the English alphabet. While addressing the letters and most common phonetic sounds of the English alphabet, (including short vowels sounds) in lessons two and three, incidental discussions occurred regarding the vowels themselves, due to students' curiosity, prior knowledge and the changeable nature of English vowels' phonetic representations. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. The Preprocessing Phase Of Speaker Recognition Systems The preprocessing phase in speaker recognition systems is used to give subsequent stages (features extraction, modeling, and features matching) an intensification efficiency. Therefore, the system performance is improved regarding classification rate and computing time. In this chapter, we define the most important step in the pre–processing and we followed by analyzing the reason of chosen algorithms and its impressions in a Speaker Identification System (SIS). 2.1 Pre–processing Structure gCommonly the pre–processing includes the sampling step, windowing, and a denoising step. At the end of the preprocessing, the compressed and filtered speech frames are forwarded to the feature extraction stage. The broad preprocessing pipeline is shown ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... A study of Sanderson & al [23] have exposed that a combination of feature vector size and a chosen sampling frequency has a direct impact on system performance. Figure 4, present a wave file sampled at f = 16 kHz. 2.1.2 Windowing & Frame Blocking A term of quasi–stationary describes a slow variation in a given domain. In speech analysis, features of an observed segment of a signal with a period Ts=(5–100 ms) could fairly be stationary. The information in a speech signal is could be represented by short term amplitude spectrum representation. The framing procedure is multiplying the speech wave with a windowing function. The signal is weighted in the time domain (convolution) and divided into a sequence of partial signals in the specter domain. By doing so, we improve time information of every partial signal. In speech processing, There are various windowing functions, each with different shapes and different characteristics. The form of the window function is not a critical factor. Usually, some soft window like the Von–Hann, rectangular, hanning or hamming window [24] are used to decrease incoherence of the speech signal at the boundaries of each frame segment. In this work, a Hamming window is used and given by: 2.1.3 Silence & Background Noise Removal (Endpoint Detection): Depending on the purposes of the speech processing technique, preprocessing could include Noise Removal, Endpoint Detection, Pre–emphasis, Framing, Windowing, etc. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. Early Childhood Phonemic Awareness Often when we hear phonemic awareness we think of phonics. Phonemic awareness does not involve phonics or written print, but instead spoken words. Understanding that words we speak are made up of individual sounds called phonemes is the basis of understanding phonemic awareness. Phonemes are the smallest units of spoken language and combine to form syllables and words (Ehri, Nunes, Willows, Dale, Schuster, Yaghoub–Zadeh, & Shanahan 2001). Phonemic awareness is both a predictor of reading achievement and the beginning of reading acquisition (Warren, Minnick, Warren, Russell, Liqin, & Green, 2013). When children develop phonemic awareness, they can use letter–sound knowledge to understand words (Koutsoftas, Harmon, & Gray, 2009). Children ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... As mentioned earlier an important topic that has been through multiple studies is, knowing when and how much phonemic awareness materials to teach. Once again the ability to focus on and manipulate phonemes in spoken words is phonemic awareness (Warren et al., 2013). Preschoolers do not focus on the meaning of speech but rather simply use language as their way of communication (Warren et al., 2013). Children this age would be considered having little ability to succeed within the realm of phonemic awareness (Warren et al., 2013). Without having any phonemic awareness instruction a beginning reader or kindergartener would have an understanding of phonemes (Warren et al., 2013). As children get older and into first grade they are normally developing readers. This suggests that phonemic awareness instruction would have the greatest impact being introduced to preschoolers or kindergarteners (Warren et al., ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. Communication Problems In English Communication How to correct these problems? In order to improve these situations, the teacher needs to take care of different variables. Learner variables: When working with young adults, it is important to know what is their aptitude towards learning the language. People at this age tend to be overly conscious of how they are perceived. Although, it is important for them to improve, it is also challenging getting them to try. Nobody wants to be labeled as a weak learner. And pronunciation is one of those language skills that makes evident students' English shortcomings. Therefore, when working on this kind of exercises, make sure they are embedded in the curriculum from the beginning of the course; so that students do not feel the activity has a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Methodological variables: Improving the pronunciation of plosives, and the rhythm of the produced language , is a process that requires an intentional effort from the learner. "Pronunciation practice involves some drilling because certain challenges are overcome through mastering the mechanics. Just as dancers rehearse moves to the point that they become automatic, speakers need to practice using their articulators in specific ways so that the mechanics become secondary and the attention can shift back where it needs to go – to the meaning." (Recio, 2011) Therefore exercises that involve repetition will be necessary. However, it is not about repeating for the sake of it. There should be a process that makes the student aware of what it expected from his pronunciation. The activities proposed should have exposure procedure. In this stage "not explicit attention is paid to specific features of pronunciation" (Ball, n.d.) Then activities where the learner listens to speech containing the target feature used correctly should be part of this stage. (e.g. songs, fragments of movies, speeches, etc) Exercise: As Ball said, in this stage there must be the identification of specific sound features and the appropriate practice for their perception and production. In this stage, drills and repetition exercises can take place. For instance for working with plosives, the following exercise ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. The Difference Between Phonetics And Phonology Language is a human attribute. People are able to exchange knowledge, information, opinions, beliefs, wishes, and promises through language. It has been defined as a system of communication based upon words and combination of words into sentences. The systemic study of human language is defined as linguistics. It is concerned with the nature of language and communication. It includes diverse disciplines, for examples, phonetics, phonology, syntax, and semantics. The research will focus on the phonetics and phonology and how they study the sound system of the language but in a different way. In addition, we will discuss the definition of phonology and phoneme and the difference between phoneme and allophone besides illustrating some of the phonological rules. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... phonetics is the study of human sounds, describing and recording the sound language. The study of phonetics is not only to indicate the difference between the written and spoken language but it is about describing the sounds that are made when we articulate a word. On the other hand, phonology is the description of the system and patterns of speech sound; based on a theory of what every speaker of a language unconsciously knows about the sound patterns of that language. In addition, Phonology is concerned with the abstract or mental aspects of sounds in language. Compare to phonetics? Phonetics is the physical properties of speech sounds, for example, how the sound is physically produced. Phonology serves as the underlying design for all the variations in different physical articulations of a sound type in different ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 37. Language, Phonetics And Phhonology And The Language Of... The sounds of Language Phonetics and phonology It is a fact that syntax deals with sentence formation, semantics with sentence interpretation, and phonetics and phonology with sentence utterance. Phonetics deals with how sounds are produced, transmitted and perceived. Phonology deals with how sounds function in relation to each other in a language. The first one is about sounds of language while the second one is about the sound system of language. Speech–sounds The natural or primary medium of human language is sound. A speech–sound is a phonetically distinct unit of speech. There are huge speech–sounds called phones or segments. Phonemes and allophones A phoneme is a unit of sound that makes difference in the meaning of a word. Phonemes are distinctive sounds in a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... English language has that kind of rhythm called stressed–timed where stressed syllables occur in a sentence at fairly regular intervals of time even if there are many unstressed syllables between them. Vocal folds vibrate with different frequencies when we speak and the faster they vibrate the higher the pitch is. In English it does not make a big difference if you say words with low or high pitch they still remain the same meaning. Tone languages are those languages where the pitch changes the meaning of words e.g. some African, Asian and Native American languages. In Mandarin Chinese /ma/ can mean, among other things, 'horse' and 'mother', depending on the tone. The rise and fall of the voice in speaking is called intonation. In English intonation helps the function and boundaries in syntactic unit and corresponds to punctuation in writing e.g. in He has gone has a falling intonation He has gone? Has a rising intonation. Connected speech Till now the study of words was in isolation while in connected speech including weak and strong forms, assimilation and liaison will be ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 41. Discuss The Difference Between Phonetics And Phonology Language can be called as a system of communication.It is the human capability to communicate and interact with each other vie speech sounds or signs.It is a mediam of portraying our views.It is a mean of sharing feelings and ideas together and the scientific study of any language is called linguistics. Phonetics is the subheading of linguistics that deals with the study of the sounds of human speech, or the signs in the case of sign signals used for interactions.It deals with physical features of speech science or sounds usually called phones,their way of production,acoustic features,auditory perceptions and features called neurophysiological features.Phonology,on the other hand can be defined as an approach related to abstracts grammatical ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... By utilizing phonograph developed by Edison,the properties of vowels and consonants were investigated by a person named as Hermann.The term formant, known widely nowadays, came into existence as a result of these paper.In order to these Willi's and Wheatstone's theories of vowels production,Hermann did an experiment of playing vowel recordings at different levels of speeds made via Edison developed phonographs. Phonology deals with the study of sounds and gestures pattern in and across languages,regarding concerns with other aspects of language.Phonetics is related to articulatory and acoustic features of speech sounds,their mode of production by the speaker and perception by the listener.Being part of such an investigation,the phoneticians may confine themselves with the physical properties of meaningful so encoded comparison or the social meaning lying hidden in the speech signal e.g gender,ethnicity ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 45. Factors Affecting Voice Differences Before puberty all voices, male or female, sound alike. But as the hormones come into play, they cause the male larynx to become larger and the vocal folds lengthen and thicken. Not only are there internal factors that play a role in the voice changing there are also physical factors, depending on the height and weight of an individual that could affect the tone, pitch and frequency. The purpose of this assignment was to better understand these differences. As defined in our class manual, voice onset time (VOT) refers to the time difference between a voiced stop closure and a voiceless stop. It is determined by the articulatory blockage at the beginning of vocal fold vibration for the following vowel. Among the various factors of VOT variations include; phonetic context, place of articulation, speech tempo, and speakers' gender. For voiceless stops, women display longer VOT than men. For voiced stops however, the results are rather mixed. Which makes sense if you look at the characteristics of mine and Marks h–d words, you will notice there are multiple differences within our tokens regarding formant frequencies. However we show similarities with our durations. So I wondered at first if this had anything to do with the tokens being the same word, or if it was the vowel production. Differences between the speech of men and women relates to the formant patterns associated with vowel production. Although men have low frequency vowel formants than women, the differences in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. The Ship Poem Within The Ship Starting, there are three notable instances of repetition. For one, the word "ship" occurs three times (including in the title). Given that ships are the topic of interest in the poem, this instance of repetition has the basic effect of bringing the locus of the text back to the title, or central theme. The second example can be observed in the second and third lines, where the word "sails" is followed by "moonsails," a made–up compound version of the former word. Using the same word twice, and in this case, by adding on and modifying its second appearance, the reader is likely to acquire a clear picture of the scene that Whitman lays out in the poem. Emphasizing the image of the ship's "sails" by preceding the words with diction such as "all" and "even" attributes the sails to a sense of abundance or freedom. The third instance of repetition occurs in line four, where "she speeds she speeds" is used to describe the motions that the ship is making. Whereas it would be considered grammatically correct to include a comma after the first mention of "she speeds," leaving it out better reflects the content of the poem: "she speeds she speeds" gives the impression of a ship slicing through the water quickly. In many cases, using the same word twice in a row takes away from a text's message, but in The Ship Starting, this repetition instead works in Whitman's favor by supporting the visual imagery he seeks to create. Walt Whitman's The Ship Starting is a poem that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 53. What Is The Difference Between Phonetics And Phonology English linguistics has many specialties. Whereas semantics about sentence interpretation and syntax is about sentence formation, phonetics and phonology cover the field of sentence utterance. Phonetics is concerned with how the sounds are produced, transmitted and perceived whereas phonology is concerned with how sounds function in relation to each other in a language. In what follows we will discuss the meaning of both phonetics and phonology and show the difference between them in detail. Phonetics can be describe as the study of the minimal units that make up a language, and it is also a branch of linguistics that deals with the sounds of speech and their combination, production, description, and representation by written symbols– ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The similarity between them is that they are both a branches of linguistics and the two is dealing with the sounds structure and human speech sounds. Moreover, they are used in language development, mostly in development of transcription and orthography, and it also said that phonology begins from where phonetics ends which means that phonology is a continuation of phonetics. Therefore, without one the other cannot exist. So when we move to the difference between them what will be found is that Phonetics is the term that for the description and classification of speech sounds whereas Phonology is the term used for the study of the speech sounds that is used in a particular ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 57. The Pros And Cons Of Phonics And Whole Language Phonics is the theory of leaning established in the 19th century and states children need to break down the complex skill of reading into smaller components like letters before they move on to larger components like sounds, words, and sentences. The phonetic reading theory teaches children to dissect unfamiliar words into parts and then join the parts together to form words. When children learn the letter–sound relationship, they are provided with a decoding formula they can apply whenever they encounter an unfamiliar word (Curtis, 1997, p. 1). The pros and cons of phonics: Builds better pronunciation Reinforces word recognition Children can use systematic approach to decode unfamiliar words Less memory intensive and guess work Children ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... 1) Our textbook states that children benefit from both styles of learning, phonics and whole language. By using both styles, the teacher blends early phonics instructions into the teaching of reading stressing the importance of oral vocabulary, auditory discrimination, phonological awareness, syllable awareness, onset–time awareness and phoneme awareness. (Gordon & Browne, 2014, p. 392) I do not recall the phonics approach to leaning when I was in school; however, I do remember my children learning from this style when they were in school so I would say they were taught both phonics and whole language. My research and the text book supports both teaching styles and I would have to agree from what I have witnessed on my own children and grandchildren, incorporating both styles is the best way to teach language and literacy. I have not yet had the opportunity to teach, but when I do, my plan would be to incorporate both into my lesson plans. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 61. Difference Between Phonetics And Phonology Introduction: Phonetics and phonology both study the sound system but in a different way. Phonetics and Phonology both are important for a language as phonetics represents the speech production system and the perception of human beings, sign language and phonology represents the sound system conveying its meaning. Every language has language system by which we can communicate and pronounce words in a good way. Linguistics is called as the "Scientific Study of Language". Linguistics utilizes scientific formulas and principles in language system. Linguistics has several branches. Phonetics and phonology are the two fundamental branches of them. Phonology often guided by phonetics. Phonology is also sometimes called as phonemics or phonematics. The main difference between phonetics and phonology is that phonetics concerned with physical properties of pronouncing sounds and phonology concerned with the organized structure of language though these two study the sound system. Body 1: Phonetics: Phonetics (pronounced /fəˈnɛtɪks/, from the Greek: φωνή, phōnē, 'sound, voice') is a branch of linguistics that comprises the study of the sounds of human speech, or in the case of sign language– It is concerned with the physical properties of speech sounds or signs (phones): their physiological ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Pronouncing every sound, there must be some air flows from the lungs. The air leaves the body through nose or mouth. When the air passes through the throat, the vocal cords sometimes vibrate. The vibration makes the sounds voiced. When the air doesn't vibrate the vocal cords, the sounds might be voiceless. Different sounds are produced from different positions such as tongue, nose, lips etc. Vocal tract identifies from head to neck. Vocal tract is divided into three major organs including lungs which help to produce sounds. Those ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 65. Features And Features Of Phhonology Introduction : Phonology is the study of sound patterns in a language ,which sounds precede or follow which others or begin or end words; what kinds of sounds make up syllables; how the occurrence of one sound in a particular word affects the other sounds around it; how suprasegmentals such as stress affect the segmental sound with which they occur; and so forth. The central concept in phonology is the phoneme, which is a distinctive category of sounds that all the native speakers of a language or dialect perceive as more or less the same. Phoneme is the smallest element which words in a language can be broken down into. Phonologists point out that phoneme can be broken down into smaller constituents which are the features. Features become the centre focus in phonological analysis. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Distinctive feature are set of phonetic properties, as voicing, place of articulation or manner of articulation, serving to characterize and distinguish between the particular sounds or phonemes in a language. This paper aims to discuss the distinctive features in English phonology. The work consists of three parts. The first part discusses the notion of distinctive features with focusing on distinctive features composition and label, types of features , functions of features and approaches to define features. The second part discusses the categories of features while the third part discusses the developments of distinctive features theories. The notion of distinctive features ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 69. Phonic Strategies Answer: I use some strategies from Orton Gillingham. I would focus on breaking apart words and the rules that go along with it. I think you need it. I teach Zack (her son) with phonics. I do not feel we do a strong enough foundation in it. It needs to be focused on longer then what it is. Analysis: Phonics is understanding the relationship between letters and sounds. It is important for all people to get a good grasp of it when they are young. Having this knowledge will create a strong basis for learning the English language. Mrs. Baughman uses phonics as much as she can in her sixth grade science and language arts classes. The formal teaching of phonics is finished before sixth grade, but she believes it is important to go over it as much ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Baughman is using word identification strategies in her classroom. Some strategies to help with word identification are using context clues, word analysis (affixes and suffixes), and sounding out words. Mrs. Baughman is doing very well on how she is handling words that are hard to identify. In her science class she probably runs into many words that are very hard for her students to say. These sight words would be considered Tier three words. This is Isabel Beck's way of categorizing vocabulary words into three tiers: Tier one, Tier two, and Tier three. Tier one words are the basic words that children should already know like door, paper, and ball. Tier two words are high frequency words that are needed when using mature language. Some examples include analysis, performed, and benevolent. Lastly, Tier three words are only found in specific fields of study like prokaryote, isotope, and arachnids. You only find these words when teaching a certain topic like Mrs. Baughman's science class. Telling a student to sound out the word can help them to identify what it may be. An example of this happened to me while I was in high school. I came across the word "Mediocre" and I could not figure out the pronunciation of this word so I asked my teacher. Once she gave me the right pronunciation I understood the meaning of it without asking. This is why word identification is so important. Once a student knows how to pronounce words correctly they will more easily be able to grasp the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 73. The Beneficial and Detrimental Effects of Phonology Essay For years, phonology has been incorporated into language education. Young children are introduced to phonics as educators take them through visual flash cards, teaching them the sounds of the alphabet. Children learn to connect sounds into words, using what they learned from the alphabet to apply a system of sounds into a word. Controversy regarding this reading education method has additionally been popular. Although researchers have found negative effects in learning to read phonologically, teachers can still strategically incorporate it into the classroom as long as they are aware of its potential negative effects. According to Bentin S. (1991), phonological awareness is "the ability to recognize the internal phonetic structure ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This is partially because the English language is sometimes difficult to phonetically learn since some rules do not apply and it becomes confusing for the learner and difficult for the educator. Although semantics appear to be a beneficial method, there are many scholars who argue otherwise. Dewhurst, S. and Robinson, C. (2004) discuss some of the negative effects among children whose education focuses more on semantics than phonetics. The study was conducted on 5,8, and 11–year old children and "children from each age group falsely recalled nonpresented items related to the study lists" (782). Although the study varied depending on the age group, it was clear that the focus of semantics has caused children to have "memory illusions" as they read (782). Many scholars argue that phonetics is the most effective way to teach reading skills because it makes the individual a better reader in the long run. Once a child can phonetically read, they have the capability to pick any book up and "sound out" its contents. Children who learn semantically are unable to do this because they learn to memorize certain words as they go. A positive element to learning semantically, however, is the child's ability to read quickly. Once a child has established a memorization and recognition to words, they are able to read very quickly. Children who learn phonetically are often slower since they are sometimes required to stop and "sound it out". However ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 77. Importance And Importance Of Linguistics What is linguistics ? Linguistics known as the study of language and its structure .also it is include the study of syntax, grammar, and phonetics. linguistics division to sociolinguistics, dialectology, psycholinguistics, computational linguistics, structural linguistics and comparative linguistics,. Linguistics have many elements such as  phonetics: it is the study of the speech sound  syntax: it is the study of grammatical sentences in a language.  morphology : it is the study of the words formation  semantics: it is the study of meaning words meaning  Pragmatics: it is the study of language use. In this research I will talk about phonetics , morphology and syntax but first, phoneticsis a system of symbols that present all the sounds in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Auditory phonetics: the study of the reception and perception of speech sounds(Brogan 1570–1980. Baltimore, 1981.) by the listener or (the study of hearing and the perception of speech sounds) Phonetics deals with production ,transmission and received of all human speech sounds in general with no particular reference to any one language. why is the phonetics is important because it give a true description of English sounds and how they are made also it is point the mistakes in learners pronunciation and help them learn the correct pronunciation. On the other hand; there are many sounds of English from those of the mother tongue. The English language sounds divided into two main streams, first, consonants it is a sound that is articulate with complete closure of the air steam by constructional of speech organs . there are 24 consonants in English language. There are six plosive consonants in English language these are the sounds formed by means of a complete closure of the air passage, which is afterwards released suddenly these are given as followed p in pen b in bet, t in tea, d in dress, k in kind, g in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 81. Speech Union Innovation For Different Dialects Have... CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Content to–discourse (TTS) tradition changes phonetic data put away as information or content into discourse. It is broadly utilized as a part of sound perusing gadgets for visually impaired individuals now a days .In the most recent couple of years be that as it may, the utilization of content to–discourse change innovation has become a long ways past the incapacitated group to turn into a noteworthy extra to the quickly developing utilization of computerized voice stockpiling for phone message and voice reaction frameworks. Additionally advancements in Speech union innovation for different dialects have effectively occurred. Numerous discourse synthesizers utilizing complex neural systems have likewise been composed . In the master plan, the module can open up a window of chances for the less special preparing for a plenty of occupation open doors for them in the employment segment. It can likewise assume a characterizing part in building up correspondence of the visually impaired on the off chance that it is joined into cellular telephones (so instant messages could be changed over into discourse). CHAPTER 2 APPLICATIONS A. Telecommunications services TTS frameworks make it conceivable to get to literary data via phone. Realizing that around 70 % of the phone calls really require ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 85. Phonological Molecules The title of chapter 2 is "The Phonological Component: Phonetics", this chapter is all about how God made our mouth and our bodies to make specific sounds to create words. This chapter goes through how we have certain parts in our body that helps us make vowels and consonants so that we can connect words and make sentences. I thought this chapter was interesting because it goes into detail about things that I would have never thought of until reading it. When you speak, you do not realize how much is actually going on in your body. First, the chapter talks about how there are certain "shapes" that are needed to articulate some words. Speech sounds are initiated by an air– stream. When that air–stream going into the vocal chords, the vibration ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 89. Phonetics: Language, A Language As A Universal Language Phonetics Language is the system of communication used by people worldwide. It's a human faculty that distinguishes human beings from animals. English is considered a universal language that many countries use as a native language like Britain and Australia or as a second language like India. Wherever English is available, it offers a better communication between citizens of a country and travelers. Like all languages, English has variations in its pronunciation and accents. Sometimes misspelling of words leads to misunderstandings between people. Therefore, everyone should study phonetics which is the study of sounds made by the human voice in speech. Phonetics can be divided into : sounds, letters, consonants, and vowels. First, learners ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Rhythm is a regular pattern of stress beats represented in a tempo–like fashion. It's achieved through the patterning of stressed and unstressed syllables through roughly equal patterns of time as in poetry. Therefore, it is considered as an effective factor in making English a stress–timed language. Additionally, intonation is the melody of speech and the pitch of voice that rises and falls. As intonation is connected to pitch, it changes when the vocal cords change the frequency of the vibration. Thus, the melody gets higher when the vibration is fast and gets lower when the vibration slows down. Intonation includes changes that signify meaning, emotion, and attitudes of people. A rising intonation can express a questioning or disbelieving attitude while a falling intonation can declare a statement, satisfaction, or appreciation. Intonation has a unit which is the tone unit. Each tone unit is equal to a unit of information which is marked by a pause or a change in tone. What is more, intonation groups to listeners are the same as sentences to readers. Intonation groups correspond to clauses produced in one breath. Each group is marked by the bar marker | before and after the clause. The main pitch movement of the clause is carried by the last stressed syllable in the intonation group which is called the nuclear ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 93. Designing A Home Program Activities 1) Tyler recommends simple, naturalistic activities as part of a home program, focused on auditory stimulation through modeling and not requiring productions, at least not until the child has achieved correct production in single words in treatment. a) Why would it be important for the home program activities to be simple and naturalistic? Through this type of program, the child is in a more natural environment with activities that are more familiar to him/her. Modeling the target sounds and providing auditory stimulation while going through the routines of home life (e.g., getting dressed, reading a book, and going to bed) gives the child functional opportunities in learning and acquiring speech. Furthermore, these simple routine are repeated daily, meaning the child has that much more exposure to the target sounds. b) Why would you not want the client to be practicing productions at home until they can produce single words correctly in therapy sessions? The client would already be able to produce the sound in single words, which makes it easier for carryover in the home. The parents would be better capable of modeling and stimulating those sounds in words through easy activities (e.g., picture cards). c) Come up with several home activities that you could recommend to parents that would fit these criteria. Reading a book – pointing out target sounds in words and/or pictures Playing at the playground o On the slide, the parent could practice the /p/ and /s/ ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 97. Exploring Phonemic Awareness In The Classroom According to the article, Supporting phonemic awareness development in the classroom, educators are displaying difficulties defining the word phonemic awareness. At times, educators would confuse the word phonemic awareness with phonetics, phonics or auditory discrimination. "Phonemic awareness is the awareness that the speech stream consists of a sequence of sounds– specifically phonemes, the smallest unit of sound that makes a difference in communication." A slight change of a phoneme in a word can change the thought and meaning behind the sentence. To gain a better understanding of the term phonemic awareness, the articles break it up into two superordinate constructs: phonological awareness and meta linguistics. Phonemic awareness is a sub skill of the word phonological awareness, which refers to the ability to control each phoneme. Meta linguistic refers to the thinking of one's language and "phonological awareness refers to a sensitivity to any size unit of sound." Examples of phonological awareness are the ability to recognize rhyming words, identify each phoneme in a word, count syllables, and separate the beginning of a word from its ending. Overall, phonemic awareness, phonological awareness and meta linguistic awareness are all connected to one another. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I believe students would gain a better understanding of phonemic awareness if teachers are using songs, chants, and word–sound games, word play, nursery or Dr. Seuss rhymes, exposure to story books, story telling, word games, and riddles. These activities, which are engaging to students, would build positive experiences. These instructions would also grasp the child's attention to help him or her focus. In addition, educators must create purposeful and meaningful lesson geared around nursery rhymes and chants etc. It has been stated that educators are teaching nursery rhymes without knowing the true value of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 101. Phonetics Vs Phonology Essay Phonetics VS. Phonology Phonetics and Phonology both are the study of sounds. However, there is a slight difference between them. Phonetics is the study of individual sounds within a language; it deals with the study of acoustic, auditory, and articulatory phonetics. Phonology is the study of how the sounds interact with each other once they combine to form a word, and how those words combine to form a sentence. Phonetics is a fundamental branch of linguistics; it is the study of the sound made by human voice in speech. English has 26 Alphabets, whereas it has 44 sounds. English sounds are divided into consonant and vowel sounds. In consonant sounds there is some constriction of the airflows in the vocal tract, whereas with vowel sounds there is no constriction of airflow. Linguists describe consonant sounds using three criteria, which are voicing, place of articulation, and manner of articulation. First, there are two types of voicing for consonant sounds, they are either voiced (+V) or voiceless sounds (–V). voiced sounds are produced when air is passing through a vibrating vocal cords, so the vocal cords are closed, but when air passes through them ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It is sometimes called functional phonetics. The function of sound of particular languages. Phonemic analysis is concerned with phonemes and allphones. Phonemes are meaningful sound, if one is used instead of another in a word, its meaning changes. Different sounds which changes the meaning of the word. Example Top and Pop. The /t/ sound when it is changed to /p/ sound the meaning of the word changes. While allphones are the varieties of a phoneme. They don't change the meaning of the word if one is used instead of another. Different pronunciation of a word which doesn't change its meaning. Example: [Tap] we can pronounce the word by: /th/ [aspirated] and /t/ [unaspirated]. This doesn't change the meaning of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 105. Controlling Robot With Speech Recognition A MAJOR PROJECT REPORT ON CONTROLLING ROBOT WITH SPEECH RECOGNITION SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE DEGREE BACHELOR IN TECHNOLOGY OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING Submitted By: Under the Supervision of HITESH MATHUR (9911102230) MR. AMIT SINGHAL ASHISH GOEL (9911102194) AYUSH GUPTA (9911102229) DEPARTMENT OF ECE JAYPEE INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, NOIDA (U.P) June , 2015 CERTIFICATE This is to affirm that the work contained in this report titled as "CONTROLLING ROBOT WITH SPEECH RECOGNITION" by Hitesh Mathur (9911102230), Ashish Goel (9911102194) and Ayush Gupta (9911102199) in fractional satisfaction of the course work prerequisite of Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and communication Engineering , Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida is a bonafide work did by them under my direction and supervision. The matter submitted in this report has not been conceded for a recompense of whatever other degree anyplace unless unequivocally referenced. Signed: Mr. Amit Singhal Project Supervisor ECE Department JIIT, Sec–128, Noida, ABSTRACT In today 's reality, Robotics is a quickly developing and fascinating field. Robot has adequate insight to cover the most extreme territory of gave space. We are showing a Speech Control Robot For Robot control, which is controlled by utilizing discourse controller that is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 109. Child Observation Report Tatiana contacted QP asking for her to accompany her back home because she was afraid that her father would hit her. Tatiana stated that she was late coming home and that her father was upset at her. Tatiana's tone of voice indicated, that she was scared and worried. Tatiana asked, QP to pick her up 4472 Maine lane, which is about five miles from her home. Tatiana stated that her father was texting her and treating her which made her scared to go home by herself. Tatiana was not at the address she asked to pick up from. Tatiana was at home with her father and the police office. Tatiana stated that she was not thinking of hurting herself. Tatiana stated that she do not like when her father yells at her. Tatiana stated, that her friend mother, drooped ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Mr. Ridley stated, that Tatiana was give permission to visit her friend yesterday afternoon and was told to return back home at 8pm that evening. Mr. Ridley stated, that Tatiana did not return back home until 7pm today. Mr. Ridley stated, that he tried to contacted Tatiana all evening the day before. Mr. Ridley stated, that he belief that Tatiana was not visiting her friend. Mr. Ridley stated, that Tatiana has someone else contacted him about where she was staying. Mr. Ridley stated, he informed the person via text message that he would like his daughter to come home immediately, and if they do not bring her home he will contact the police. Mr. Ridley stated that he did not contact the police until today. Mr. Ridley stated, that he do not know who brought Tatiana to the house because Tatiana came walking from around the corner. Mr. Ridley stated, that Tatiana is lying about her where abuts. Mr. Ridley stated that he will press charges on the person Tatiana was with. Mr. Radley stated, that Tatiana would not tell him who she was with. Mr. Ridley stated, that he will keep an eye on Tatiana during the night, to make sure she do not try to harm herself. Mr. Ridley stated that he will talk to Tatiana when she ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 113. Questions On English Phonetics And Linguistics TMA EL120 2015 Name: Adil Khalfan Alabd AL–Hajri Student N.O: 120507 Section: 1 EL 120: English Phonetics and Linguistics Question 1: Vowels and Consonants are two special qualities of sounds, which are present in every languages of world (Ladefoged, 2001). If one needs to speak English with proper pronunciation so one needs to learn phonetics. Letters and sounds also have a very thin line between them, where Letters are in writing and sounds can be spoken. These functions should not be confused. When we write the letters are used to express sounds. There are words that sound similar but are written differently for example Sent, Scent and Cent or Bare and Bear. People get confused while speaking and writing a word and isolating the phonemes in similar words. Therefore, in solution people should listen to sound only rather concentrating on letters. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Consonants are prepared by an exact intervention with airstream by organs that are vocal. This is the reason they are easily described than vowels. In contrast, vowels are produced without any interference of airstream. The air stream flows through the nose or the mouth relatively without hindrance. The difference in the sound of vowels is produce by different arrangement of lips and tongue. The example of vowels is "a, e, i, o and u". Consonants in phonetics are called as 'contoids' which appears as the insignificant part in syllable. Where vowels are called as 'vocoids' in phonetics and can be classified as tongue height, part of the tongues used in the sounding vowel and rounding ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 117. Phonetics of English Phonetics of English Outline 1. Classification of English consonants 2. Classification of English vowels 3. Modifications of consonants and vowels 4. British and American pronunciation models. Most distinctive features of American English pronunciation 5. Suprasegmental phonetics 1. Classification of English consonants Russian phoneticians classify consonants according to the following principles: i) degree of noise; ii) place of articulation; iii) manner of articulation; iv) position of the soft palate; v) force of articulation. (I) There are few ways of seeing situation concerning the classification of English consonants. According to V.A. Vassilyev primary importance should be given to the type of obstruction and the manner of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Russian phoneticians suggest a classification of vowels according to the following principles: 1) stability of articulation; 2) tongue position; 3) lip position; 4) character of the vowel end; 5) length; 6) tenseness. 1. Stability of articulation. This principle is not singled out by British and American phoneticians. According to Russian scholars vowels are subdivided into: a) monophthongs (the tongue position is stable); b) diphthongs (it changes, that is the tongue moves from one position to another); c) diphthongoids (an intermediate case, when the change in the position is fairly weak). Diphthongs are defined differently by different authors. A.C. Gimson, for example, distinguishes 20 vocalic phonemes which are made of vowels and vowel glides. D. Jones defines diphthongs as unisyllabic gliding sounds in the articulation of which the organs of speech start from one position and then glide to another position. There are two vowels in English [i:, u:] that may have a diphthongal glide where they have full length, and the tendency for diphthongization is becoming gradually stronger. 2. The position of the tongue. According to the horizontal movement Russian phoneticians distinguish five classes: 1) front; 2) front–retracted; 3) central; 4) back; 5) back–advanced. British phoneticians do not single out the classes of front–retracted and back–advanced vowels. So both [i:] and [ɪ] are classed as front, and both [u:] and [] are classed as back. The way British and
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  • 122. What Are Phonetics and Phonology? WHAT ARE PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY? Phonetics is the branch of linguistics that deals with the production of speech by humans and. Phonetics looks at the physical manifestation of language in sound waves: how thers sounds are articulated and perceived. It is the science of speech sounds and the symbols by thich they are shown in writing and printing. This science is based on a study of all the parts of the body concerned in making speech. It includes the positions of the parts of the body necessary for producing spoken workds, and the effect of air from the lungs as it passes through the larynx, pharynx, vocal cords, nasal passages and mouth. Phonetics sounds (phones) are actual speech sounds classified by the manner and place of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... With its established methods and goals, it offers a wide spectrum of different views of nature and function of speech and speech communication THE BRANCHES OF PHONETICS Phonetics is the study of speech sounds. Although language is obviously composed of sound, speech sound came to be the main focus of linguistic investigation only in the 20th century. 19th century linguists were more interested in written rather than spoken language. Only with the work of Swiss linguist Ferdinand de Saussure in the early 20th century did linguists recognize the primacy of sound in human language and the secondary, superficial nature of writing. As a result phonetics has therefore evolved into three main branches of type: ACOUSTIC PHONETICS is the study of the physical properties of sounds, the air wave frequencies of which sounds consists. The frequency of vibrations measured in hertz; volume of sound measured in decibels. Instruments used to measure and records speech sounds include the sound spectrograph, which produces read outs called sound spectrograms. AUDITORY PHONETICS is also called perception phonetics because it is the study of how sounds are perceived and recognized by the human ear and brain. ARTICULATORY PHONETICS is the study of how sounds are produced by the vocal apparatus. The flow of sound during any given speech act can be divided into units of
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  • 127. Disadvantages Of Phonetics Although we may not realize it, phonetics can be seen in many aspects throughout the world. The best place to see these differences is to travel, to adapt to a different culture and to recognize the similarities and differences that all human beings share. When discussing travelling, Henry Miller says it best, "One's destination is never a place, but rather a new way of looking at things" (Miller, 1957). One of the main differences seen across the world is the language and way in which people communicate. Communication is essential to human interaction, but verbal communication is not universal. In the United States, although it is only one country, there is a multitude of different languages that we may hear on a daily basis, such as Spanish, French, and Chinese. In addition to different languages, there are accents that vary within specific states that produce phonemes slightly different than one another. Because of this, it is inevitable that one who travels will also encounter different speech patterns than they are particularly used to hearing in their native lands. Due to the various forms of verbal communication encountered while travelling, I decided to interview one of my good friends from high school, Emilie Boman, who spent last semester studying abroad in London, England. Emilie Boman is a senior business major at Susquehanna University who took advantage of their study abroad program. While she was in London, she was able to travel to several other ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 131. Essay On Phonetics And Phonology This paper investigates the contribution of early Arab scholars in general phonetics and phonology and its impact on modern phonetics. It is important to note that phonetics and phonology were not independent disciplines. Rather, they were part of other disciplines. Therefore, in terms of early Arab contribution to phonetics and phonology, their scholarship can be derived from three major areas: (i) Arabic linguistics whose pioneers are Alkhalīl Al–Farāhīdi through his book Al'ain, Sibawayh through his book Al–Kitāb, and Ibn Jinni through his book Sir S̥ ina'at Ali'rāb. (ii) medicine, philosophy and music whose most prominent figures are Al–Kindi through his book Istikhrāj Al–mu'mma, Al–Farābi through his book Al–Musīqā Al–Kabīr,andIbn Sīna ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to this phonological rule, he classifies sounds into consonants and vowels (sāit and sāmit). Based on his own statistics, Al–Kindi makes a universal conclusion that consonants are more frequent than vowels in all languages. Then, he divides vowels into long and short. Moreover, he establishes more than one hundred phonological rules of euphony and cacophony. Al–Kindi has also written another book of applied phonetics (Allathghah (lisping)) in which he tackles speech defects. In the introduction of the book, he gives a detailed description of the speech mechanisms of various languages. Then he discusses the reasons of lisping and the description of places of articulation with an anatomical analysis. Al–Kindi is the first Arabic physician who discusses acoustic phonetics, dynamics of air, air stream mechanism, and auditory perception of linguistic and non–linguistic sounds (Al–Hleis, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 135. Importance Of Learning English As A Foreign Language In... Starting learning English as a foreign language in Vietnam, I was aware of the importance of acquiring and applying a new language in modern lives. When mastering a new language, especially a popular one, we can gradually narrow the gaps between people from many nations. However, how to maximize the effectiveness of language teaching and learning is a simple task. Accordingly, I wish to learn linguistics, the major that has made me understand learners can successfully acquire a new language using scientific and social methods. My first major in Vietnam was English pedagogy, so I had many opportunities to study English from many Vietnamese teachers. Like other language learners, I struggled with English pronunciation until the time I experienced linguistic programs in the second year. I began to learn Phonology, the subject motivated me to do research about pronunciation correction for Vietnamese learners. At that time, I knew the definitions of voiced and voiceless sounds, which assisted me to recognize the reason why Vietnamese learners had a lot of difficulties in pronouncing voiceless sounds. In Vietnamese, most of the phonemes are voiced, even they look the same as in written forms of English, so we articulate the English voiceless sounds in a way of voiced sounds like in Vietnamese. This is the reason why we make this mistake very often. Thanks to the time of learning this subcategory of linguistics, I knew how to correct it consciously and have been improving ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 139. Phonetics: International Phonetic Alphabet and Aspirated... 2. Write the phonetic symbol for the last sound in each of the following words. Example: boy [ɔɪ] (Diphthongs should be treated as one sound.) a b c d e f g h i j Word fleece neigh long health watch cow rough cheese bleached rags Last Sound [s] [I] [n] [ θ] [tʃ] [aw] [f] [z] [t] [z] 3. Write the following words in phonetic transcription, according to your pronunciation. Examples: knot [nat]; delightful [dilaɪtfəl] or [dəlaɪtfəl]. Some of you may pronounce some of these words the same. a b c d e f g h i j k l Word physics merry marry Mary yellow sticky Phonetic Transcription [fIzIks] [mɛri] [meri ] [mɛərɪ] [jeloU] [stIkI] transcription [trænskrɪpʃən] Fromkin tease weather coat Rodman [fromkIn] [tiz] [wɛðər] [kot] ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... [p] spill b. low front vowel! [æ] tack c. lateral liquid! [l] lip d. velar nasal! [ŋ] sing e. voiced interdental fricative! [th] this f. voiceless affricate! [č] cherry g. palatal glide! [j] yodel h. mid lax front vowel! [ε] head i. high back tense vowel! [u] food j. voiceless aspirated alveolar stop! [th] team 7. In each of the following pairs of words, the bold italicized sounds differ by one or more phonetic properties (features). Give the IPA symbol for each italicized sound, state their differences and, in addition, state what properties they have in common. Example: phone–phonic The o in phone is mid, tense, round. The o in phonic is low, unround. Both are back vowels. bath bathe æ = Low, central, unrounded e = Mid, tense, unrounded reduce reduction ə = Low, lax, rounded v = Low, lax, unrounded cool cold u = High, tense, rounded a = Low, tense, unrounded wife wives e = Mid, tense, unrounded i = High, front, tense cats dogs æ = Low, central, unrounded o = Mid, back, rounded impolite indecent o = Front, lax, unrounded ɛ = Mid, lax, unrounded
  • 140. 10.The answered of Question (10). 1– Naom Chomsky is a linguist who teaches M A T. 2– Phonetics is the study of speech sounds . 3– All spooking languages choose sound produced by the upper respiratory systems. 4– In one dialect the English Cat the noun and Cat the verb are pronounced the same . 5– Some people think phonetics is very interesting . 6– Victoria Fromkin, Robert Rodman, Nina Hyams are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 144. Importance Of Self Assessment The Importance of Self–Assessment Self–assessment is an important aspect of teaching, as it allows the teacher to reflect upon the successfulness of the content of the lesson and the communication, along with the delivery of instruction and if each student's learning was successful. Looking at each of these individually, there are specific components that a teacher should look reflect on and assess. When broken down, there is a better chance of determining where changes to a lesson, or to teaching, might be needed to make it more successful for learning. The first area of teaching to assess is the subject matter, which is one of the most important aspects to reflect on, as this has to be developmentally appropriate much more. Reflecting on the specific subject content of a lesson is important for many reasons. Some of the most important things to consider are if it is developmentally appropriate, that the objectives are sound and measurable, and that it is related to the student's experiences or knowledge. Determining if a lesson is developmentally appropriate is important as if it is not it can either leave students bored, too below standards, or confused, too above standards. This also leads to ensuring that objectives are sound and measurable, as measuring objectives will help to indicate if the lesson was successful and if students learned the content or skill, which indicates the appropriateness of it. The last important aspect to touch on is relating learning to the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 148. Overview Between Phonetics And Phonology At the very beginning, I want to sheds the light on the definition of both Phonetics and Phonology. Phonetics is considered the study of sounds of any language, it relates to the mechanism of how sounds are produced and the way of speech sounds production. Phonology studies how those sounds are put together to create meaning. It studies the rules of language that govern how those phonemes are combined to create meaningful words. Hereunder detailed features of each branch of linguistics are explained. On one hand, Phonetics is talking about the physical aspect of sounds; it studies the production and the perception of sounds, called phones. Phonetics is the term for the description and classification of speech sounds. Sounds within phonetics are divided into vowels and consonants. Vowels are embodied in the letters (i–e–o–a–u). Whereas, consonants letters are embodied in the rest set of English language alphabets. Vowels and consonants describe the articulation of English language. Whereas there is another branch of phonetics called Acoustic phonetics that is related to the study of how the sounds are transmitted, in other words the journey of sound from the mouth of the speaker tills the ear of the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, the combinations of these sources are present. There are different examples of sounds that are generated with each of these source categories are seen in the word "shop," where the "sh" "o" and "p" are generated from a noisy, periodic, and impulsive source. The reader should speak the word "shop" slowly and determine where each sound source is occurring, i.e., at the larynx or at a constriction within the vocal tract. There is difference between phonemes and allophones. A phoneme, is the smallest contrastive unit in the sound system of a certain language. A phoneme is the smallest part of an utterance that cannot be changed if we want to retain the meaning. For ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 152. Graduation Speech : Phonetic Alphabet [My students know/have the prerequisite skills to succeed in this learning segment where the central focus is IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet). These prerequisite skills are the experience of singing a varied repertoire in multiple languages and being able to maintain their individual part pitches while singing with others in lyrics, solfege syllables, or neutral syllables. While their singing communicates words with clarity in many cases, students are still learning to maintain specific vowel integrity when singing in Ecclesiastical Latin or Spanish. throughout a song. There is a tendency to revert to English sounding vowels in words such as "invisibilium" where the vowel [i] should sound as ee and the vowel [u] should sound as oo. At times, I will hear students sing this word as ihn–vih–zih–bih–lih–am, which is incorrect. This learning segment takes into consideration the fact that some students enrolled in 8th and 9th grades are not as proficient in choral singing as the 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. The 8th and 9th grade students are still learning to sing with pure vowel sounds. Therefore the learning segment starts from "scratch" with exercises that help students physically feel and recognize vowel formation and sound, progressing in small increments towards the goal of identifying and applying IPA vowels to singing (Duke, 2012). My students with IEP/504 plans are still learning to maintain vowel integrity when singing with others in Ecclesiastical ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 156. Phonological Awareness Strategies Phonological awareness strategies play a vital role in the development of vocabulary and word consciousness. "It is a sound structure of language–that is, that language is made up of words, syllables, rhymes, and sounds (phonemes)" (Phonological Awareness). This awareness of sounds in a spoken language is a strong indicator of future literacy success. Strategies to promote phonological awareness provide opportunities to help students to hear and differentiate and segregate sounds in their oral language. Emergent learns can better discern rhymes and alteration and understand sounds through syllables. Furthermore, segregating words through onsets –rimes patterns, and learning how to blend sounds through phonemic awareness all play a vital role ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Teach relationships of sounds and letters with bingo games. Upon mastery students will learn letter– sound relationships for consonant sounds. 5. Teach how to sound out words through decoding with onsets –rimes patterns in a game of water balloon phonics. Students will throw water balloons that are labeled with rimes and throw them at onsets to make a word. On rainy days this game can be modified to a ring toss. Each strategy is intended as a pre–teaching activity, large group or small anticipatory set, or as closure activity in a lesson plan. These strategies are to pique young readers interests prior to intensive teaching. Part 2 Students that are rely on sight words lack decoding skills. Their focus is on the image of a word and not the sounds of the individual letters create or its relationship to words. "It is a dangerous pedagogy because it creates cognitive damage such as dyslexia and ADHD" (Price). The practice of using sight words promotes lower syntactical awareness, guessing and students become word callers; students are not comprehending what they are reading, just decoding. However, sight words serve their purpose for words that do not follow phonic rules in emergent readers. Nonetheless, as a child strengthens their oral language concept through print, and phonemic awareness more reliable predictions of reading abilities in the future can be made. "Phonological awareness is the understanding of different ways that oral language can be divided into smaller components and manipulated" (Chard & ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...