Speech

Phonetics

Felicity Cox, Sharynne McLeod

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Abstract

In this chapter you will learn about:â'¢ how speech sounds are created through carefully coordinated overlapping articulatory gesturesâ'¢ the International Phonetic Alphabet and how it provides a set of standardised symbols used to represent the speech sounds of the world's languagesâ'¢ the categorisation of consonant and vowel sounds based on their articulatory and auditory featuresâ'¢ some aspects of phonetic length, pitch and loudness and how they are used to create the prosodic characteristics of stress, intonation and toneâ'¢ how and when children learn to produce speech soundsâ'¢ difficulties with speech sound acquisition and ways to support when difficulties occur.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIntroduction to Speech, Language and Literacy
EditorsS. McLeod, J. McCormack
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Australia
PublisherOxford University Press
Pages83-133
Number of pages51
Volume1
Edition3
ISBN (Print)9780195527926
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Cox, F., & McLeod, S. (2015). Speech: Phonetics. In S. McLeod, & J. McCormack (Eds.), Introduction to Speech, Language and Literacy (3 ed., Vol. 1, pp. 83-133). Melbourne, Australia: Oxford University Press.
Cox, Felicity ; McLeod, Sharynne. / Speech : Phonetics. Introduction to Speech, Language and Literacy. editor / S. McLeod ; J. McCormack. Vol. 1 3. ed. Melbourne, Australia : Oxford University Press, 2015. pp. 83-133
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Cox, F & McLeod, S 2015, Speech: Phonetics. in S McLeod & J McCormack (eds), Introduction to Speech, Language and Literacy. 3 edn, vol. 1, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 83-133.

Speech : Phonetics. / Cox, Felicity; McLeod, Sharynne.

Introduction to Speech, Language and Literacy. ed. / S. McLeod; J. McCormack. Vol. 1 3. ed. Melbourne, Australia : Oxford University Press, 2015. p. 83-133.

Research output: Book chapter/Published conference paperChapter in textbook/reference book

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