'Different sounds' presentation slideshows

Different sounds - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


Sound

Sound

How does the amount of water in a glass affect the pitch of sound? lower pitch higher pitch mL Sound Different amount of water in the glass produces different level of pitch of the sound. When viewer click on this page, the different sounds of music comes out automatically.

By Audrey
(251 views)

Chapter7 Phonemic Analysis

Chapter7 Phonemic Analysis

Chapter7 Phonemic Analysis . PHONOLOGY (Lane 335). What is Phonology?. It’s a field of linguistics which studies the distribution of sounds in a language as well as the interaction between those different sounds. What is Phonology?. Phonology tackles the following questions:

By bayley
(1724 views)

Mrs. Williams’ Class Third Grade

Mrs. Williams’ Class Third Grade

Mrs. Williams’ Class Third Grade. Deborah Sampson Goes to War. I am going to read aloud a story about a young woman who dressed as a man to fight in the American Revolution. She fought under the name Robert Shurtleff . Comprehension.

By holly
(180 views)

Focus on Jesus II

Focus on Jesus II

Focus on Jesus II. Church School Program. Focus on Jesus Term 2 What Jesus Said. Week 1 I AM Week 2 Parables Week 3 The Beatitudes Week 4 The Lord’s Prayer Week 5 Forgive 70X7 Week 6 Love One Another as I have loved you. Focus on Jesus What would Jesus Say?.

By vivien
(109 views)

Buried Treasure ew Are the words on these coins real or fake?

Buried Treasure ew Are the words on these coins real or fake?

Buried Treasure ew Are the words on these coins real or fake?. Remember that ew can make two different sounds. Try each sound with the word before you make a final decision. blew. splew. few. grew. snew. new. flew. plew. renew. tew. frew. threw. nephew. zew.

By darshan
(146 views)

Imagery: Voice Lessons

Imagery: Voice Lessons

Imagery: Voice Lessons. Imagery- 1. Consider: The many men, so beautiful! And they all dead did lie: And a thousand slimy things Lived on; and so did I. Within the shadow of the ship I watched their rich attire: Blue, glossy green, and velvet black, They coiled and swam; and every track

By madra
(172 views)

Elements and Principles of Music

Elements and Principles of Music

Elements and Principles of Music. Arts Education 6. Elements of Music. Rhythm Pitch Melody Dynamics Timbre/tone Texture. Rhythm. Beat -- the regular, repeated pulsation in music Tempo -- the speed or pace of the music . Pitch. Pitch describes the highness or lowness of sounds.

By liliha
(734 views)

Ryan R.

Ryan R.

Ask the Coyote. Justin P. Ryan R. Introduction. Name of animal: Coyote Scientific Name of animal : Canis Latrans Vertebrate or Invertebrate : Vertebrate Class of animal : Mammals Other names of animal : Wolf Dog Werewolf. Do you use your physical features to survive?.

By nate
(123 views)

ENG368 Sociolinguistics Lesson 1 Course Introduction

ENG368 Sociolinguistics Lesson 1 Course Introduction

ENG368 Sociolinguistics Lesson 1 Course Introduction. Instructor. Cecilia Li ceciliali@chuhai.edu.hk Appointment by email. Schedule. Course introduction Questionnaire Quiz Mini-lecture on sociolinguistics. Questionnaire.

By osric
(252 views)

Spanish sound system

Spanish sound system

Spanish sound system. A “Sound system” is the collection of sounds made by each letter or combination of letters in a word. (Phonetics) . In Spanish, the vowels make their own, pure sounds no matter what letters are around them. NO vowels are silent!.

By liliha
(129 views)

Let us Start with the Recitation of Three A- Ū - M s

Let us Start with the Recitation of Three A- Ū - M s

Well Come to this Workshop on SELF HELP through YOGA (Yoga Therapy) Organized by MO J MIR STUDNIK NALANDA . Let us Start with the Recitation of Three A- Ū - M s. 3. Preparation for the recitation of Mantra. Assume a comfortable sitting position.

By pepin
(125 views)

Sound Box

Sound Box

Sound Box. Featuring different sounds in six groups. Made by Stamen Rusenov Stefan Georgiev Teofil Dzhambazov.

By gladys
(59 views)

Grade 4 Lesson 20

Grade 4 Lesson 20

Grade 4 Lesson 20. Vowel Suffix – ed Sound Spellings. VOWEL SUFFIX - ed. Vowel suffix – ed is a tricky suffix! It actually makes 3 different sounds, depending on the base word. Sometimes it sounds like “ ed ” Sometimes it sounds like “d” Sometimes it sounds like “t”.

By uriel
(82 views)

Mrs. Williams’ Class Third Grade

Mrs. Williams’ Class Third Grade

Mrs. Williams’ Class Third Grade. Deborah Sampson Goes to War. I am going to read aloud a story about a young woman who dressed as a man to fight in the American Revolution. She fought under the name Robert Shurtleff . Comprehension.

By prisca
(104 views)

Ring-o

Ring-o

Ring-o. A Collection of Activities Based Off Books or Songs With Science/Math and Language Arts. . The Polar Express. Ask students if they have ever seen a train or been on a train before.

By javen
(108 views)

Semester 1 Review

Semester 1 Review

Semester 1 Review. Anatomical directional terms Cells and tissues Skin and the integumentary system Nervous system. Special Senses. Eye and Ear. Eye and Vision. Quick Facts about the Eye. 70% of all sensory receptors are in the eye Approx. 1 inch in diameter

By afram
(95 views)

Graphing of Sine and Cosine

Graphing of Sine and Cosine

Graphing of Sine and Cosine. Part 2.

By gaye
(96 views)

A slide show by:Robin

A slide show by:Robin

A slide show by:Robin. All about cats. Every year nearly four million cats are eaten in Asia. A group of cats is called a clowder. Cats make about 100 different sounds, Dogs only make about 10!.

By hogan
(184 views)

Thinking about language learning . . . On your paper make three or four columns.

Thinking about language learning . . . On your paper make three or four columns.

Thinking about language learning . . . On your paper make three or four columns. At the top of each column, list a language with which you’re only slightly familiar (one you haven’t studied). Jot down any words or phrases you know— greetings, foods, musical terms, song titles, etc.

By rupert
(92 views)

PURPOSES OF THE ARTS

PURPOSES OF THE ARTS

PURPOSES OF THE ARTS. WHY do humans express themselves using the Arts? . PURPOSES of MUSIC. Ceremonial Music created or performed for rituals or celebrations Indonesian Gamelan Music Used to summon the gods Religious and patriotic music U.S. Armed Forces Medley

By hali
(143 views)

View Different sounds PowerPoint (PPT) presentations online in SlideServe. SlideServe has a very huge collection of Different sounds PowerPoint presentations. You can view or download Different sounds presentations for your school assignment or business presentation. Browse for the presentations on every topic that you want.