Unit 12 voicing
Listen and repeat • Hiss • buzz • press your fingers to your ears and say ‘hiss’ and keep the /s/ going • now say ‘buzz’ and keep the /z/ going • the /z/ is a voiced sound. • Practice /s/ and /z/
Listen to Justin and repeat • What are we practicing? • Voiceless /s/ and voiced /z/ • we will practice beginning, middle, and final.
c • Z • y • z • x • y • z • x • x
Linking with /s/ and /z/ • When these words are followed by vowel, try to link them. • Hiss out • hisssout • mess in • messsin
Saying phrases with /s/ and /z/ • Listen to Justin and repeat • first to voiceless • then to voiced • then to both
G: pair work • With a partner, practice the conversation and the perform it for the whole class!
/f/ and /v/ • Leave • leaf • which one is voiced? Which on is voiceless?
These sounds • Are called labio-dental because you use your lips (labio) and your teeth (dental) to make both sounds. • Listen to Justin and repeat.
J: pair work • Student a: say a word from the pair • student b: say ‘voiced’ or ‘voiceless’
L: spelling rules for -th- • Listen and for the difference between the voiced and voiceless -th- • The symbol for voiceless is • The symbol for voiced is
M: voiceless th • Listen to Justin and repeat for both beginning and final th sound
N: voiced th • Listen and circle the words that have a voiced th
N Bathe, breathe, they, this Breath, math, think, thigh
O: linking with /f/, /v/, and the –th- sounds • Remember, we can link these consonants with the vowel in the next word. • Laugh a lot • Laughhhhalot • Both are • bothhhare
P: linking continuants • Final continuants (not stops) can be linked to beginning continuants. • His land • Hizzzland • Bus stop • Bussstop • Have money • havvvmoney
Q: more practice -th- • Listen and circle the words that begin with: -th- • Practice saying the limerick with a partner and then say it for the whole class.
R: nouns and verbs • Student a: say a noun or verb from the pairs of words • Student b: say ‘noun’ or ‘verb’
S: pair work: review of contractions with /v/ /d/ and /l/ • Student a: say sentence a, b, or c • Student b: say the full form of the contraction
T: vowel work • /oy/ is the vowel in boy, coin, and joy. • In stressed syllables, the spelling ‘oy’ is pronounced as /oy/ 100 percent of the time. • The spelling ‘oi’ is pronounced as /oy/ about 85 percent of the time. • Listen and repeat • Practice saying sentences.
U: dication: • Fall leaves are bright red. • Please call the police. • Does she call herself ‘Ms.’ or ‘Miss.’? • I say the glass is half full. • That’s a fine prize.