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Lesson 5: More Vowel Sounds. Take out the ‘Oral Presentations Listening Ditto’ for Chen’s Haiku Presentation Study for Quiz. Last Haiku Presentation. Chen. Now, please give me your listening dittos. 5 Minutes to Study for Quiz. Review : -counting syllables - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Lesson 5: More Vowel Sounds

Take out the ‘Oral Presentations Listening Ditto’ for Chen’s Haiku Presentation

Study for Quiz

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Last Haiku Presentation

• Chen

Now, please give me your listening dittos.

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5 Minutes to Study for Quiz

Review:-counting syllables-word stress for compound words-prefixes/suffixes that do or do not get stress-when a word has a noun & a verb form, whatare the rules for stress?-rules for emphatic/contrastive stress-rules for content/function word stress

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Quiz• When you are finished, try to write the following words in IPA in your notebook:

Ex. Sun /s^n/

1. Mop2. Onion3. Stop4. Pup5. Tough

-Which sentence shows the speaker thinks the test was very, very difficult.1a. That TEST was DIFFICULT.

1b. That TEST was DIFFICULT.

-Which sentence shows that the speaker is trying to say he came to the party and not some other place?

2a. He came to the PARTY yesterday.

2b. He came to the party YESTERDAY.

Which of these shows

emphatic stress &

which of these shows

contrastive stress?

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Question Intonation

• Should the pitch of your voice always rise at the end of a sentence when you ask a question?

NO!!!• There are 2 types of questions:– WH (who, what, where, when, why, how)• Ex. What are you doing?

– Yes/No• Ex. Did you do your homework? (Answer can be yes/no)

VOICE RISES AT THE END

VOICE FALLS

AT THE END

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Answers• Here are some answers to questions about me. Can

you say the questions with the correct intonation?

Gravy Fries Read BooksTeach English to Speakers of Other Languages

Lucas, Stinky & Sophie

Yes, I watch a lot.

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Question Intonation Practice

• Ask your classmates questions!• Use the correct intonation.– Wh ?s = FALLING– Yes/No ?s = RISING

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• Please be back in your seat by 12:25

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/i/ vs. /I/

• Try saying these: /i/ /I/ sheep ship feet fit wheat wit

leap lip feast fit

cheap chip bean bin

deep dipheap hip

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Go Fish!

• Each person gets cards• Try to get two of the same words• If you have two of the same words put them down• The goal is to get rid of all the cards• Get a match by asking, “Do you have….”• If someone asks you for a card and you don’t have

it, say “Go Fish”• If you do have the card they ask for, give it to them• You can ask for one card per turn

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/æ/ /E/“ash”

man/mæn/

men/mEn/

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/æ/ v. /E/

BadPanSadDadLandMatTrack

BedPenSaidDeadLendMetTrek

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Slap Game-Form 2 teams-When you see the words, slap the table of the

word that has the /E/ sound-The first person to slap the correct table gets 1

point-The team with the most points wins!