2 edition of Papers in discourse intonation found in the catalog.
by English Language Research, Universityof Birmingham in Birmingham
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Martin Hewings.|
|Series||Discourse analysis monograph -- 16|
|Contributions||Hewings, Martin., University of Birmingham. English Language Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||162|
Intonation - the rise and fall of pitch in our voices - plays a crucial role in how we express meaning. This accessible introduction shows students how to recognize and reproduce the intonation patterns of English, providing clear explanations of what they mean and how they are used. It looks in particular at three key functions of intonation - to express our attitude, to structure our. Only Study Listening focuses in any systematic way on the functions of intonation in lecture discourse, and even here the role of intonation in larger-scale text organization is not dealt with. However, Barr () reports on a study investigating the language awareness activities to help L2 students use discourse intonation to interpret.
Reese, BJ & Asher, N , Intonation and Discourse: Biased Questions. in S Ishihara, S Jannedy & A Schwarz (eds), Working Papers of the SFB, Interdisciplinary Studies on Information Structure (ISIS). Universittsverlag Potsdam, Potsdam, pp. Intonation and discourse processing Jennifer J. Venditti and Julia Hirschberg Columbia University fjjv,[email protected] Abstract This paper describes intonational cues to discourse structure, and the role that intonation plays in spoken discourse processing. We begin by discussing two main structures in discourse that one must consider when.
Discourse Intonation views intonation as more than just its attitudinal or grammatical function; it takes intonation to the next level by looking at the larger contexts where sentences occur. By exposing learners to context-sensitive language where natural speech occurs, discourse intonation hopes to offer a practical solution to teaching. comparing reading and speaking intonation Download comparing reading and speaking intonation or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get comparing reading and speaking intonation book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.
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The book is the first to apply David Brazil’s Discourse Intonation systems (prominence, tone, key and termination) to the study of a corpus of authentic, naturally-occurring spoken discourses.
The Hong Kong Corpus of Spoken English (prosodic) is made up of approximately one million words consisting of four sub-corpora of equal size, namely. Papers in discourse intonation. Birmingham: English Language Research, University of Birmingham, © (OCoLC) Online version: Papers in discourse intonation.
Birmingham: English Language Research, University of Birmingham, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Martin Hewings; University of. This chapter begins by looking back to the mid‐twentieth century, when intonation was thought to be outside language and discourse was a non‐entity.
It identifies three research approaches to intonation and discourse that have developed since then, focusing on the contextualization–cue paradigm for the study of prosody in by: 4.
Intonation in Text and Discourse describes the way in which speech melody, or intonation, is used to signal the structure of spoken texts. It examines the role of intonation in clarifying the relationship between successive utterances, from close cohesive ties ('middles') to major breaks for a new topic ('ends' and 'beginnings').
Prosody is an integral part of the spoken language. It conveys structure and meaning in an individual utterance, and it also contributes to the structuring and meaning of discourse.
This chapter outlines some of the ways in which prosody, and intonation in particular, serves to structure spoken texts, manage interaction, and convey pragmatic Cited by: 3.
ANTONIS BOTINIS 1. 1 Background This introduction provides essential information about the structure and the objects of study of this volume.
Following the introduction, fourteen papers which represent current research on intonation are organised into five thematic sections: (I) Overview of Intonation, (II) Prominence and Focus, (III) Boundaries and Discourse, (IV) Intonation Modelling, and (V.
The book contains several interesting examples of utterances which tend to be spoken with the same intonation in American English. For instance, when a sentence begins with "therefore," the word is usually half-spoken, half-sung on s: 1.
Following the introduction, fourteen papers which represent current research on intonation are organised into five thematic sections: (I) Overview of Intonation, (II) Prominence and Focus, (III) Boundaries and Discourse, (IV) Intonation Modelling, and (V) Intonation Technology.
In this essay, I compare and contrast grammatical model of intonation with discourse intonation model. I have selected the former model first because grammar and intonation historically have been considered close and inter-related (Coupler_Kohlen.
THE DISCOURSE FUNCTIONS OF INTONATION Intonation can signal to the listener what is to be taken as “new” information and what is already “given”. It can indicate when the speaker is indicating some sort of contrast or link with material in another tone unit.
Discourse intonation attempts to explain how intonation patterns in English affect the communicative value of speech, through the use of falling and rising tones along with changes in pitch.
The teaching of intonation seems to sit naturally with communicative language learning, but it is not an easy aspect of English to incorporate into the EFL. INTONATION AND DISCOURSE STRUCTURE IN ENGLISH: PHONOLOGICAL AND PHONETIC MARKERS Papers in Linguistics, Papers from the Linguistics Laboratory.
Kim Ainsworth-Darnell and Mariapaola D’Imperio, eds. () 3. Herman. Final Lowering in Kipare. Phonology. View Discourse Intonation Research Papers on for free.
The first book on discourse intonation to deal with such a wide variety of naturally-occurring spoken data, Intonation in Text and Discourse will be of great interest to students, lecturers and researchers of intonation and all aspects of spoken discourse. TABLE OF CONTENTS. chapter |. exceptions to rules for the intonation of lists, another common coursebook focus ( ).
To be fair, Headway’s authors do deal with the case of rising Wh-questions in the upper-intermediate book, but they treat it as an exception to the grammatically based rule. As we shall see, a better explanation is made possible by discourse intonation.
The first book on discourse intonation to deal with such a wide variety of naturally-occurring spoken data, Intonation in Text and Discourse will be of great interest to students, lecturers and researchers of intonation and all aspects of spoken discourse.
Anne Wichmann is a Reader in Speech and Language at the University of Central Lancashire. However, teachers still find intonation a difficult and complex area of language, despite attempts to convert discourse intonation (DI) into a teaching programme (Brazil ; Underhill ).
This article argues that with some modifications, a discourse model of intonation can be a valuable resource for the TESOL classroom. First published in This book presents studies of intonation undertaken from within a number of different traditions: acoustic phonetics, phonology, psychology, social psychology, syntax, conversation analysis, developmental phonetics and sociolinguistics.
Abstract Intonation, long thought to be a key to effectiveness in spoken language, is more and more commonly addressed in English language teaching through the use of speech visualization technology.
While the use of visualization technology is a crucial advance in the teaching of intonation, such teaching can be further enhanced by connecting technology to an understanding of how intonation.
On the subject of the importance of intonation, Levis and Pickering (), and Jenkins () have put emphasis on the significance of teaching intonation in context, preferably at a discourse.
discourse and phonology and that when these three levels meet, the point of encounter has added significance. Earlier in the book, they state “We, however, see intonation as the carrier of context-specific, speaker-created meanings, which cross-cut the semantics of the language system” (p).
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