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Lesson 5: More Vowel Sounds. Take out the ‘Oral Presentations Listening Ditto’ for Chen’s Haiku Presentation Study for Quiz. Last Haiku Presentation. Chen. Now, please give me your listening dittos. 5 Minutes to Study for Quiz. Review : -counting syllables

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lesson 5 more vowel sounds

Lesson 5: More Vowel Sounds

Take out the ‘Oral Presentations Listening Ditto’ for Chen’s Haiku Presentation

Study for Quiz

last haiku presentation
Last Haiku Presentation
  • Chen

Now, please give me your listening dittos.

5 minutes to study for quiz
5 Minutes to Study for Quiz

Review:

-counting syllables

-word stress for compound words

-prefixes/suffixes that do or do not get stress

-when a word has a noun & a verb form, what

are the rules for stress?

-rules for emphatic/contrastive stress

-rules for content/function word stress

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Quiz
  • When you are finished, try to write the following words in IPA in your notebook:

Ex. Sun  /s^n/

  • Mop
  • Onion
  • Stop

4. Pup

5. Tough

Which of these shows emphatic stress & which of these shows contrastive stress?

  • -Which sentence shows the speaker thinks the test was very, very difficult.
  • 1a. That TEST was DIFFICULT.
  • 1b. That TEST was DIFFICULT.
  • -Which sentence shows that the speaker is trying to say he came to the party and not some other place?
  • 2a. He came to the PARTY yesterday.
  • 2b. He came to the party YESTERDAY.
question intonation
Question Intonation
  • Should the pitch of your voice always rise at the end of a sentence when you ask a question?

NO!!!

  • There are 2 types of questions:
    • WH (who, what, where, when, why, how)
      • Ex. What are you doing?
    • Yes/No
      • Ex. Did you do your homework? (Answer can be yes/no)

VOICE FALLS AT THE END

VOICE RISES AT THE END

answers
Answers
  • Here are some answers to questions about me. Can you say the questions with the correct intonation?

Gravy Fries

Read Books

Teach English to Speakers of Other Languages

Lucas, Stinky & Sophie

Yes, I watch a lot.

question intonation practice
Question Intonation Practice
  • Ask your classmates questions!
  • Use the correct intonation.
    • Wh ?s = FALLING
    • Yes/No ?s = RISING
i vs i
/i/ vs. /I/
  • Try saying these:

/i/ /I/

sheep ship

feet fit

wheat wit

leap lip

feast fit

cheap chip

bean bin

deep dip

heap hip

go fish
Go Fish!
  • Each person gets cards
  • Try to get two of the same words
  • If you have two of the same words put them down
  • The goal is to get rid of all the cards
  • Get a match by asking, “Do you have….”
  • If someone asks you for a card and you don’t have it, say “Go Fish”
  • If you do have the card they ask for, give it to them
  • You can ask for one card per turn
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/æ/ /E/

“ash”

man

/mæn/

men

/mEn/

slap game
Slap Game

-Form 2 teams

-When you see the words, slap the table of the word that has the /E/ sound

-The first person to slap the correct table gets 1 point

-The team with the most points wins!