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Pronunciation. Week 6 – Vowels & Stress. Please add your email address to the list if you have one. Get a book from Kristi if you need to buy one . Start up. English Central Please bring your own headsets. Did anyone take a microphone to practice at home?. Notes & Announcements.

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Pronunciation

Pronunciation

Week 6 – Vowels & Stress


Start up

  • Please add your email address to the list if you have one.

  • Get a book from Kristi if you need to buy one.

Start up


Notes announcements

  • English Central

  • Please bring your own headsets.

  • Did anyone take a microphone to practice at home?

Notes & Announcements



Stress review

Things

People

Michael

Helen

Susan

Cheryl

Kristi

Linda Taylor

David Miller

  • table

  • number

  • auto

  • window

  • office

  • pencil

  • notebook

Stress Review


Word stress practice

3-syllable words

  • TERibleWONderfulGOVernment

  • comMITteeexAMplefanTAStic

  • underNEATHafterNOONunderSTAND

Word Stress Practice


Word stress practice1

4-syllable words

  • occuPAtionexplaNAtionacaDEMic

  • preOCcupyaNALysisasTROLogy

  • SECretaryMEdiatorAPpetizer

Word Stress Practice


The echo game

Many words in English have the same pattern as short phrases.

repuTAtion See you LAter. Glad to MEET you.

compreHEND in the END Make a FRIEND.

fanTAStic It’s PLAStic. Let’s FAX it.

The Echo Game


Reduced vowels the schwa

Homonyms (Look-alikes) phrases.

NounsVerbs

PERmitPerMIT

INsultinSULT

PROduceproDUCE

INcreaseinCREASE

OBjectobJECT

Reduced Vowels – The Schwa /ə/


The schwa

  • Sounds like ‘uh’ phrases.

  • Nearly always a short sound

  • Often found in ‘function’ words like:

    • a, am, an, and, has, have, than, was, can

The Schwa /ə/


Vowels unit 2 pgs 6 7

Vowels /ɑ/, /ə/, and /ʊ phrases./

  • Repeat the words.

  • Match the words that have the same vowel sound.

  • Check with a partner.

  • Repeat & check your answers.

  • Fill in the conversations (#4).

  • Listen & repeat.

  • Listen & repeat with Clear Conversations. Go to kweis.wikispaces.com

VowelsUnit 2 – pgs 6-7


Individual practice

  • Get a phrases.microphone (and headset if needed).

  • Plug in your microphone.

  • Log in to a computer.

  • Go to kweis.wikispaces.com, Pronunciation Class, Week 6.

  • Open Shadow Talking Instructions.

  • Practice Shadow Talking (with or without recording).

Individual Practice


Shadow talking practice clear conversations

  • Decide if you will just listen and repeat or if you will use the transcript.

  • Make sure your audio is set up (headphones, microphone, and volume).

  • If you are going to record, use the Accessory ‘Sound Recorder’ on a pc computer. (See Kristi for help with this.)

  • When you are ready, press ‘Record’ and then begin your listening. Record yourself repeating what the speaker says immediately after they say it. Pause your listening at any time.

  • Repeat & have fun!

  • Shadow Talking Practice – Clear Conversations


    Please remember

    • Return ALL microphones! examples include:

    • Bring your own headsets next week.

    • Practice listening & speaking (with or without recording).

    Please remember.


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