Beispielbild für diese ISBN
Phonetics is a branch of linguistics that comprises the study of the sounds of human speech. It is concerned with the physical properties of speech sounds or signs, their physiological production, acoustic properties, auditory perception and neurophysiological status. This book highlights the problems of teaching, practicing, learning Phonetics and Spoken English, expressed through well-researched articles. The book also offers anecdotes of success, failures suggestions and solutions as to how to tackle these problems either in the regular teaching at school, college and university level, or through the Spoken English institutions. There are experiments and case studies of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Industry, engineering college students, Indian school and college students, Indonesian students, evaluation of language laboratories, international call centres, comparative study of English and Telugu language, awareness of Phonetics among school/college teachers and the Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) sector. The contributors are from among phoneticians, linguists, Speech teachers, English language teachers, Spoken English instructors, etc. This book will be useful to those scholars who are working on Speech and Phonetics. This book may also be useful to those who run Spoken English institutes. Contents : Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Who Needs to Worry about Spoken English?Sudhakar Marathe; 2. Teaching the Phonetics of English: Case Studies?D. Murali Manohar; 3. Validity and Utility of Spoken English?V. Prasad; 4. Challenges of Teaching English Phonetics in India and the Mother Tongue Influence: A Brief Study?Durga Prasad Dash; 5. Spoken English Institutes and their Relevance?Sharda Acharya and Trishna Kar; 6. Phonetics?Demand in BPO, Corporate and Software Companies?Sreedevi G. Mahapatra; 7. Phonetic Features of English Spoken by Indonesian: A Systemic Functional Orientation?Susanto; 8. Awareness of English Phonetics among English Teachers in High Schools and its Effect on Students? Spoken English?A. Mallikarjunappa; 9. Uses of Spoken English in Different Regions of India?Aswini Kumar Mishra; 1. Spoken English in Engineering Curriculum: Facts and Fiction?Arabati Pradeep Kumar; 11. Challenges Faced by the Indian Professionals in Pronouncing the English Sounds in the BPOs and Corporates?Mousumi Dash and Monalisa Mishra; 12. The Utility Value of Language Laboratories in Teaching Phonetics and Spoken English?R.V. Jayanth Kasyap; 13. Spoken English Institutions and their Relevance?E. Vijaya Raghava; 14. Reading and Writing: A Case Study of Success in ESL Classroom and CBSE Board Exams?D. Murali Manohar; 15. Execution of Phonetics Course?Some Observations and Suggestions?P. Hari Padma Rani; 16. An Observation on the Errors Made by the Customer Service Representatives in an International Call Center?Srinivasa Kumar Kolusu; 17. Difficulties Faced by M.A. English Students in Comprehending Lectures?Anand Mahanand and Suchismita Barik; 18. Efficacy of English Phonetics for Effective Communication?A Case Study?R. Dyvadatham; 19. English and Telugu Sound Systems: A Comparative Study?B. Bhujanga Reddy; 2. The Native Speaker no Longer Rules!?Sridhar Maisa; 21. English Pronunciation and Spelling: Mysteries and Revelations?Panchanan Mohanty; Contributors Printed Pages: 224. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 69023
Titel: Phonetics and Spoken English
Verlag: Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd.
Buchbeschreibung Prentice-Hall of India, New Delhi, 1999. Buchzustand: Very Good. ix 221p paperback, b&w illustrations, cover a little dirty, top corner slightly bent, pages clean and bright, tight binding, very good condition. Artikel-Nr. PAB 126058
Buchbeschreibung Firma KLM Private Ltd., Calcutta, India, 1977. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Fair. First Edition. Printed pages: 176. Chipped dust jacket. Bumped corners. Text in mint condition. Size: 14 x 22 Cm. Artikel-Nr. 025943