A teacher is attempting to teach students bilabial consonant sounds through the word "maybe" - this a good word to use for the lesson.
A teacher is attempting to use "ch" to teach palatal consonant sounds and should practice with the student how to:
Use the MIDDLE of the tongue touches the room of the mouth
Use the BACK of the tongue touches the room of the mouth
Use the TIP of the tongue touches the room of the mouth
Which of these letters describes a Velar Consonant sound?
A liquid sound would include all of the following except for:
If teaching an interdental sound a teacher should first have students practice how to place the tongue between the "teeth" by using this word.
When air exits through the nose, in "moose", a teacher is having students practice an oral sound.
If a teacher has the students hold their nose and practice sound "b' they are showing how to make what kinds of sounds?
Fricative would include which of the following sounds?
Affricative means which method of articulation?
"Stop" and then a fricative
If a teacher is teaching Voiced Sounds they would have students ONLY test the method by feeling their cords vibrate?
Vowel sounds such as "apple" and "Peach" are created ONLY when obstructing the flow of air.
High vowels are created when...
Sounds fall between roof and bottom of mouth
Sounds fall between top and bottom of mouth
Sounds are close to the roof of mouth
Sound created at bottom of mouth
If a teacher wants to show how to make Low vowel sounds they should have students practice with vowel sounds of "shot" and "Put" because these are examples of...?
Sounds fall at roof of mouth
Sounds fall between roof and middle of mouth
Sounds fall at bottom of mouth
Approximants DO NOT include which of the following letters:
A lexicon is which of the following?
Inventory of a language
An aveolar consonant sound is when the teacher would have students read words such as "dinner" and "touch" because the first letters allow the gum ridge behind the upper front teeth.
A branch of linguistics organizing sounds in languages is called:
Teachers can address the issues of culture by using sociolinguistics in their studies and address the social factors, including differences of regional, class, and dialect around language.
If instructing about dialect a classroom should ONLY consider regional varieties of a language.
The BIGGEST difference between descriptive and prescriptive grammar is/are:
The difference between how it's used versus actually used
The difference between how it's used versus how people use it
There is no difference
One is rule-based and the other is practical uses