Linguistics, Pronunciation, and Phonics

Linguistics, Pronunciation, and Phonics

Linguistics, Pronunciation and Phonics!!!!!!!! (and the villagers rejoice) Linguistics, Pronunciation and Phonics is brought to you by T-Time English. Goals! A brief intro to linguistics. Use linguistics to look at why certain problems occur and/or reoccur.

Give examples of solutions to use in the classroom. Intro to Linguistics Scientific study of language. It is a sub-discipline of anthropology . Parts of Linguistics

Phonetics Phonology Morphology Syntax Semantics (

Many other insignificant yet wildly fascinating subsections exist, however, we have neither the time nor the desire to waste any of our precious 70 minutes on them. Phonetics and Phonology (No, not fun-ology) Phonetics: Study of how speech sounds are made. Phonology: The organization of language sounds.

Morphology and Syntax Morphology: Study of the structure of words. Syntax: Study of how words combine to make grammatical phrases and sentences. ex. Why what we wrote above makes any sense to anyone Semantics Semantics: This is the study of the meaning of words. (Dont worry. There is no meaning behind putting this topic on a slide of its own.)

Bad joke time: Which came first- semantics or its meaning? Phonics Fuonikkusu A-E-I-O-U vs. t-o vs. E-n-g-l-i-s-h vs. Possible solutions

Pronunciation with Talia Phonics with Ted Pronunciation Mirror exercise. Silent word game. Mouth diagrams. (Thats right. Shes going to draw in your mouth. So stick out your tongue.) Gestures. Letter trees. (If you plant Alphabits, they will grow into a tree of that letter.)

Phonics Bb, Cc, Dd, Gg, Pp, Tt, Vv, Zz Ff, Ll, Mm, Nn, Ss, Xx Aa, Ee, Ii, Oo, Uu Hh, Jj, Kk, Qq, Rr, Ww, Yy You sunk my B-B-Battleship B-B-B-Battleship N

O P Q R S T

U V W X Y Z N

O P Q R S T

U V W X Y Z A B

C D E F G H I J K L M

A B C D E F G H I J K L

M Time!!! Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. -Benjamin Franklin Morphology and Syntax Am you likes a dogs?

I am like baseball. I have a brothers. Do she likes apples? Because its fun. I want be a teacher. Next I say him singer favorite.

Whats a verb? Baseball makes me hard. Tackling the problems (not the students) Involve the students in their learning. Correct the problems at the start. English and Japanese are not compatible languages. Become your own student. Get creative- whether its phonics or grammar.

Sentence Diagramming Were not gods so Now its your turn. See if you can use some of our examples and ideas to satisfy the grammar nazi and child within you all at once. Were sorry you dont have a lot of time but the one true god, Zane, only gave us 70 minutes. (Were sorry Allah, God, Shiva, YHVH, and Jebus. Dont strike us down.)

Your mission This slide will self-destruct in 30 seconds. Ex: Because its fun. 1. I have a brothers. 2. This is the my book. 3. She study to be a doctor. 4. I am like baseball. 5. I can English. 6. This is the by Ken broken window.

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