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Lesson D-D. Articulation

Lesson D-D. Articulation

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ENGLISH 104 Speech COmm
ENGLISH 104 Speech COmm

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The Fourth Step in Voice Production
ARTICULATION
 
Objectives:
a.
I
dentify
a
nd recognize the stress
a
nd inton
a
tion p
a
tterns of spoken English;
 b
.
D
escribe
a
nd comp
a
re
a
ltern
a
ting stress p
a
ttern, b
a
sicinton
a
tion p
a
tterns,
a
nd the inton
a
tion p
a
tterns forspecific structures;
c
.
D
emonstr
a
te skills in using stress for emph
a
sis
a
nd forcontr
a
st;
d
.
D
emonstr
a
te skill in blending words to form bre
a
thy units
a
nd thought groups
a
nd in phr
a
sing sentences for bettercl
a
rity
a
nd underst
a
nding;
a
nd
e
.
Spe
a
k l
a
rger forms of structure with correct stress
a
ndinton
a
tion
.
 
S
TRE
SS
IN
 
ENGLI
SH SP
EEC
H
A
ll spoken l
a
ngu
a
ge is ch
a
r
a
cterized by
a
p
a
rticul
a
r rhythm
a
ndmelody p
a
tterns which m
a
kes different individu
a
ls spe
a
k in
a
v
a
rietyof time
a
nd tune
.
A
n import
a
nt fe
a
ture of spoken l
a
ngu
a
ge is the prominence given to
a
syll
a
 ble in
a
word or
a
short sp
a
n of connected speech
.
Stress involves ch
a
nges in pitch, force,
a
nd dur
a
tion
.

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