Published January 2007
by University of Hawaii Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||James Dean Brown (Editor), Kimi Kondo-brown (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||291|
Perspectives on Teaching Connected Speech to Second Language Speakers edited by JAMES DEAN BROWN KIMI KONDO-BROWN series editor RICHARD SCHMIDT. Perspectives on teaching connected speech to second language speakers. Responsibility edited by James Dean Brown, Kimi Kondo-Brown. A collection of fourteen articles on connected speech of interest to teachers, researchers, and materials developers in both ESL/EFL and Japanese. Colloquial language > Study and teaching. English language. Perspectives on teaching connected speech to second language speakers / edited by James Dean Brown, Kimi Kondo-Brown. Other Authors. Brown, James Dean. Kondo-Brown, Kimi. National Foreign Language Resource Center (University of Hawaii at Manoa) Published. All language, like speech, is connected, and students will benefit from learning the weak forms and stress patterns of new words from the start, rather than in a remedial lesson months later. Raising student's awareness of these forms, whenever they arise, is the first step towards helping your learners to speak a little more naturally/5().
Ito, Y. (a). The comprehension of English reduced forms by second language learners and its effect on input-intake process. In J. D. Brown, & K. Kondo-Brown, (Eds.), Perspectives on teaching connected speech to second language speakers (pp. ). Honolulu, HI: University of Hawai‘i, National Foreign Language Resource Center. Ito, Y. 2/ Four Aspects of the Second-Language-Learning Requirement March Alberta Learning, Alberta, Canada III. The Effects of Second-language (L2) Learning on Students with Special Needs • There is a great deal of research that looks at the difference between students who are culturally and linguistically diverse versus those with Size: KB. Connected speech is based on a set of rules used to modify pronunciations so that words connect and flow more smoothly in natural speech (hafta versus have to). Native speakers of English tend to feel that connected speech is friendlier, more natural, more sympathetic, and more by: 5. Second language acquisition is approached from a linguistic rather than sociological, psychological or purely pedagogical perspective in this collection of original essays. Although a wide range of viewpoints and approaches are represented, all the authors agree on the fundamental importance of linguistic theory/5.