Introduction to The Siegelman Method: Coarticulation Therapy This is a phonological therapy to remediate severe phonological disorders in children.
How to teach IPA English Pronunciation via New Horizons If you're a language teacher in Japan, Asia, or in fact anywhere in the world and are having problems getting your students to understand differences in pronunciation and/or accents for languages such as English, this tool may come in handy. The New Horizons English textbook, used in many Japanese Junior High Schools, fails to explain how to pronounce words using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). I made this tool to fill in that minor hole in the curriculum. It's not just a poster of a face with a movable tongue. For each tongue position within the mouth, the IPA letter of the sound appears in a little window. Thereby, if the student is trying to read a word in the dictionary, and the word has a pronunciation key written with the IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet), this tool can be used to visualise the tongue positions for different vowels. Additionally, I added in a few important consonants, such as the voiced and unvoiced 'th' sounds. I made this in the last month of my stay in Japan about two years ago, and only got to briefly use it, to help the 3rd year Junior high school students with their questions about the New Horizons books. Due to it's size, This poster is best for a small group of less than 4 students, and not a full classroom (unless you've made many copies). Feel free to adapt this idea to your class. Thanks to Umemoto Sensei and all the English teachers at Sobue Junior High School, Aichi Prefecture, Japan. Some important links ...
Stop & Frisk - Police vs. Fourth Amendment The Fourth Amendment (Amendment IV) to the United States Constitution is the part of the Bill of Rights which guards against unreasonable searches and seizures. The amendment specifically also requires search and arrest warrants be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause. To conduct a frisk, officers must be able to point to specific and articulatory facts which, taken together with rational inferences from those facts, reasonably warrant their actions. A vague hunch will not do. Such a search must be temporary and questioning must be limited to the purpose of the stop (ie, officers who stop a person because they have reasonable suspicion to believe that the person was driving a stolen car, cannot, after confirming that it is not stolen, compel the person to answer questions about anything else, such as the possession of contraband). The NYPD stopped and interrogated at least 505000 completely innocent New Yorkers in 2009, the most ever since the Department began collecting data on its troubling stop-and-frisk program. The new figures, released by the NYPD , represent a nearly 9 percent increase over 2008, when police officers stopped 465413 innocent people.Nearly 9 out of 10 of those stopped and questioned by police last year were neither arrested nor issued a summons. And 9 out of 10 were black or Latino."In just the past year, the NYPD has stopped enough totally innocent New Yorkers to fill Yankee Stadium nine times over. It is an America for those ...
my singing book a wireless "notebook" hooked up to an articulatory synthesizer. why you ask?... why not? :P technical details: hardware: macbook, arduino, bluesmirf module, flex/force sensors software: MAX/MSP patch, jass tube synth (www.cs.ubc.ca
Articulator Demonstration Relates the movement of the mandible to various articulators Orig. air date: OCT 15 71 This is part of the Open.Michigan collection at: open.umich.edu
Stuttering techniques Stuttering techniques comprising of cancellations, catching the stutter, easy onset, light articulatory contacts, slow speech, sliding, and bouncing
Crosswire For violin digital signal processing and projected image. Ed Wright Crosswire is a piece of music, manifested as a computer program. Historically many of the artefacts of musical creation have been almost interchangeable with the actions that they represent, CD recordings and notated sheet music spring to mind. In addition to this many of the systems set down by composers to create a piece of music are sets of parameters or restrictions within which performers work and create new, fresh interpretations. This becomes clear when considering the almost total lack of volume, timbral, or articulatory information written down in a Bach fugue or the defining nature of the chord progression in many types of jazz. Crosswire builds on these phenomena and rather than being a computer program designed as a way to facilitate the creation or execution of a piece of music, instead is the piece of music. The violin part is 'freely' improvised, and the output of the instrument is fed into the computer. Within Crosswire the sound of the violin is ***ysed to provide information on the pitch of the note being played, how loud it is and its harmonic content. This is then used to turn on or off a number of different types of processors and from or break links between them. This is displayed to the performer and audience as a hexagonal constellation (see below). Each dot represents a processor, when a dot is small the processor is off, when it is large it is on, and lines between dots symbolise links sending audio out of one process to another From top left ...
Speech Language Pathology Phonetics animation letter / character e (Primal Pictures) Go to www.anatomy.tv for a free trial of the 3D Anatomy: Speech Language Pathology. Vowels: Position of the Lips, mouth and tongue when speaking the letter / character e See the medical software The DVD-ROM also contains 3D animations of movements of the face (such as elevation/depression of the corners of the mouth and opening/closing of the lips), movements of the larynx/pharynx, movements of the TMJ and respiration, as well as fantastic 2D animations covering mechanisms of swallowing, mechanisms of articulation and voice, mechanisms of voice production and actions of the larynx.
Vocal Folds Here are my vocal folds in action with inhalation phonation at the end. enjoy!!!
Battery 3 - Drum Articulation Tutorial YouTube subscribers receive a 10% discount at . Just enter the coupon code 'YouTube' when checking out to qualify.
Articulation Therapy, Instructional Video UWG, MEDT SLP instructional video
HOW CHILDREN ACQUIRE LANGUAGE Part 1 [Robin Allott] This presentation gives an account of the early stages of the acquisition of language by children, how they become able to distinguish and later to produce the speech-sounds of their parents' language For background see www, Language and Evolution
McGuffey's Second Eclectic Reader - Articulation drill: Diphthongs oi, oy, ou, ow articulation sound drill of diphthongs oi/oy ou/ow McGuffey's second eclectic Reader reading syllables letters... sounds... English alphabet... phonic chart phonics ...
3D mouth animation synthesis 3D articulation is learned from a real person. The data is then statistically ***yzed and we are then able to synthesize animation for any novel sentence given in an audio file. [work published to Pacific Graphics 2006, Taipei] www.mpi- (sound-image sync problem during upload, will correct soon...)
Speech Therapy For Intermediate Stuttering.wmv There are different techniques used for the treatment of intermediate Stuttering. Such techniques are a mix of fluency shaping and stuttering modification techniques. Here are some of the commonly used techniques for treating intermediate stuttering. Flexible Rate Flexible rate is slowing down the production of a word, especially the first syllable. This technique is thought to allow more time for language planning and motor execution. In here, only those syllables on which stuttering is expected are slowed, not the surrounding speech. Flexible rate is taught by having the clinician model production of words in which the first syllable and the transition to the second syllable are said in a way that slows all of the sounds equally. Vowels, fricatives, nasals, sibilants, and glides are lengthened, and plosives and affricates are produced to sound more like fricatives, without stopping the sound or airflow. After the clinicians model, the child produces the word with flexible rate, and successive approximations of the target are reinforced. Easy Onsets Easy onsets refer to an easy or gentle onset of voicing. Teaching easy onsets is like teaching flexible rate. The clinician models the target behavior by the use of a lot of different sounds and then he makes the child imitate the models. After the child tries to imitate, the therapist should reinforce the childs successive approximations. Some children, particular younger ones, may be helped to get the concept by performing ...
HOW THE ALPHABET WAS INVENTED [Robin Allott] See The Inventor drew pictures in the sand of a speaker's face as he pronounced the different speech-sounds going to form the alphabet. He then picked out from each face the distinctive articulatory elements for each sound. To create the alphabet he combined in one visual shape the articulatory elements going to form that sound, together with his own observation of the relative positions of his tongue and teeth. [See www, for the complete presentation]
articulatory system Description of the main components of the human articulatory system
The ENZO Articulator System by Dvideo This is a video that our studio (Dvideo Productions studio) produced for Enzo Articulator System. The ENZO Articulator System, is the most precise, versatile and user-friendly dental articulator on the market today. This video will walk you through the proper setup and use of the ENZO Articulator System. Editing and Production Services by Dvideo present your audience with a higher quality video through digital video editing and production services.
CRACKA DON - Cedar Flows FULL LIVE SET - Part 1/2 Cracka Don live at Cedar Flows July 2, 2011 at The Hub, Cedar Falls IA SET LIST (PART 1) Rats - 0:24 Edible Rappers - 1:34 Articulatory Agility - 2:50 Blue Chron (Suitcase Mix) - 5:00 The Dick Van Dyke Show - 6:46 StanDeliver - 9:30 Bad Karma - 11:10
Light Articulatory Contacts Stuttering Therapy Technique
Marlee, Speech Pathology Marlee talks about her experience at the University of Newcastle, studying the Bachelor of Speech Pathology
Silent Speech Translation by interACT This prototype demonstrates the electromyographic (EMG) silent speech recognition research in InterACT. The EMG research focuses on making use of the EMG signal generated by the articulatory muscles to recognize silent speech.Th e demo person will speak in silent Mandarin speech and the system translates it to English or Spanish.
Articulatory Agility Warm Ups at NPDA Nationals with LSU Forensics.
Vivek Kumar Rangarajan Sridhar- RESEARCH SCIENTIST -- NEW GRAD Google Tech Talks July 7, 2008 ABSTRACT Current statistical speech translation approaches predominantly rely on just text transcripts and do not adequately utilize the rich contextual information such as prosody and discourse function that are conveyed beyond words and syntax. In this talk I will introduce a novel framework for enriching speech translation with prosodic prominence and dialog acts. Our approach of incorporating rich information in speech translation is motivated by the fact that it is important to capture and convey not only what is being communicated (the words) but how something is being communicated (the context). First, I will present various techniques that we have developed for automatically detecting prosody and dialog acts from speech and text, and will survey some of the most important results of our contribution. I will then describe techniques for the integration of these rich representations in spoken language translation. Speaker: Vivek Kumar Rangarajan Sridhar Vivek Kumar Rangarajan Sridhar received the BE (honors) degree in electrical and electronics engineering from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India, in 2002, and the MS degree in electrical engineering from University of Southern California, Los Angeles, in 2004, where he is currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering. He is a member of the Speech ***ysis and Interpretation Laboratory lead by Prof. Shrikanth Narayanan. His general research ...
English Phonology Part 3 of 4 English Phonology
Truby X-ray film An x-ray film of the speech organs during articulation of consonant clusters. Recorded in 1958. Further information: TRUBY, HM (1959), "Acoustic-cineradiographic ***ysis considerations with special reference to certain consonantal complexes", Acta Radiol. Suppl. 182, 1-227.
articulatory practice of some sounds
The Rhythms of Latin Poetry: Hexameter This is a reading of a short passage from Vergil's Aeneid (book 6, lines 836-853) in the restored classical pronunciation of Latin. This involves features such as phonemic vowel length distinctions, consistently hard C, semi-vocalic V, diphtongal AE, aspirated (as opposed to fricative) PH, and so on. With this video, I hope to illustrate how antique Latin poetry (hexameter in this case) is defined by the rhythm arising from a regular alternation between long and short syllables. In the subtitles, I have marked the syllable quantities by means of musical notation: quarter notes denote long syllables, and short syllables are marked with eighth notes. The height of the notes corresponds roughly to the level of stress. In connection with this, I want to discuss the concept of *ictus*, which I regard to be the beat or pulse of the verse, arising from the regular occurance of a metrically prominent part of the verse feet; in the case of the hexameter, this is the consistently long first syllable of every dactyl. Note that by this definition, the ictus is *perceived* rather than *performed*. However, when Latin poetry is read today, it is often the case that the ictus is expressed by means of stress, which subordinates or totally replaces the natural word accents. This is, I believe, mainly because of a marked difficulty for modern speakers to keep the concept of stress separate from that of metrical length, ie to not inadvertently lengthen all stressed syllables while ...
Yurrup In which you learn some languages. Thanks to Gavin Conkling and Sarah Hitzel for their articulatory powers, and for her Italian phrase book.
WISP Conference 2001 - OPTACIA Demo Demonstration of OPTACIA (Optico-acoustic articulography), mapping of speech acoustics on a 2D articulatory map. Video shows an extended version of a quadrilateral vowel map.
North American English Pronunciation - sibilants /s/ /z/ /S/ and /Z/ (Part One) This lesson covers how to say combinations of sibilants in the same word or sentence without confusing them. Many people can say "basil" just fine, but might pronounce the word "season" as "zeazon", for example, because sibilants are close enough in their points of articulation and production to confuse the brain and vocal apparatus. I've divided the lesson into two parts: words in the first one and a reading and tongue twisters in the second one. Make sure you practice everything at a much slower speed than I am speaking and then gradually get faster as you train your mouth to distinguish these sounds.
Introduction to inarticulate me. The reason i've not made videos or procrastinated is due to my poor articulatory skills. I decided to stop caring and show my ***ty voice and start presenting cases for non-statism (or what i like to call atheism). I am taking the opportunity in the description box to mention my philosophical tenants and people that have influenced me to do what i am doing right now. I am a Moral Nihilist. I am an epistemological nihilist. I am a political atheist. I am a religious atheist. I am a ***ty french canadian. People i subscribed to as being philosophical figureheads would be : fringeelements spawktalk cali9ula stargazer5781
G1 Scourge This is 1 of the many few Gen 1 transformers toy which I intended to mod .I happened to bought it from ebay and didn't know what to do with it until I found some great solution to turn it to another articulatory form of figures,which I wanted to make it comes it alive as I felt it is too stiff to either display or play with .While working on this project ,I happened to come across alot of problem especially the legs and arm portion.I actually trial and error on it for quite a few times to come to this stage which I devoted alot of hard work in it ,Well I shan't elaborate that much just sit back n enjoy video cheers ;)
HOW CHILDREN ACQUIRE LANGUAGE Part 2[Robin Allott] This presentation gives an account of the early stages of the acquisition of language by children, how they become able to distinguish and later to produce the speech-sounds of their parents' language and how it becomes possible for them to acquire words appropriately matched to visual and other objects www,
Basic Articulator Movements Relates the particular parts and movements of the Hanau articulator to the human skull and its movements. Orig. air date: OCT 1 73 This is part of the Open.Michigan collection at: open.umich.edu
The Cardinal Vowels with Daniel Jones Listen and learn as famed phonetician Daniel Jones narrates the 18 Cardinal Vowels. These phonetic reference points are necessary to master the IPA vowel system. Because you probably woke up this morning saying "Hey, I should probably master the IPA vowel system."
What is Makaton? An overview of the Makaton Lanugae by Henry Mellor of Makaton is a unique language programme which may be used as a systematic multimodal approach (using signs with speech, symbols and writing) to the teaching of communication, language and literacy skills as well as a source of highly functional vocabulary for both the person with communication needs and their interactive partners. Typical amongst those who use Makaton are - People with Learning Difficulties, Autistic Spectrum disorder (ASD), Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Articulatory Dyspraxia, Challenging Behaviours as well as their interactive partners - Parents, Carers, Siblings, Peers, Professionals. There are also others who may need use Makaton on a more occasional basis such as Doctors, A&E staff, Receptionists, Shopkeepers, Bank Post Office Tellers, Security Personnel etc.
Articulatory Phonetics A silly, kind of fun poem, in my humble opinion!
Android phone controlling articulatory speech synth
"Salvete", based on Canon in D by Pachelbel This music video was created for the opening ceremony of the 27th annual meeting of the German Society of Phoniatrics & Pedaudiology (DGPP) 2010, held at RWTH Aachen University, by Peter Birkholz using VocalTractLab (). The song is based on the well-known "Canon in D" by Pachelbel (1653-1706) with customized Latin lyrics. The instrumental accompaniment was created using the software FRINIKA.