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Pronunciation and Listening - Andrea Echelberger - Shared screen with speaker view
srittberger
18:26
Sorry, I was a little late. I had issues with connectivity again.
Royce Miller
35:07
My exact experience with Hmong and their 5 "b"s lol
LSS Teachers
37:57
French
Lynn Phillips
37:59
Spanish or French
Simms.Erik
37:59
I didn't hear anything
Mack
38:01
French.
Duane
38:03
french
LSS Teachers
38:08
Dutch?
Mudge.Patricia
38:11
French
John Taylor
39:13
Her mouth opens very wide and her tongue is used extensively to form sounds.
nataliehass
39:23
looks like she’s singing
srittberger
39:24
I did not get the audio portion.
Lynn Phillips
39:34
several different motions
D Jarzab
39:46
Wide and narrow
Mack
39:49
Teeth. Some w sounds with pinched lips.
CCLC Staff
39:50
good speed to understand
LSS Teachers
39:59
She's using her lips a lot
Tim SDSP
40:05
I think they call this enunciating in the theather
Simms.Erik
42:36
Chinese
Tim SDSP
42:47
English
Zelda Anderson
42:48
he's not?
Jodi
42:48
Thai
CCLC Staff
42:48
korean
rleneaugh
42:58
Korean
Lilly Jasarovic
43:02
Burmese
Simms.Erik
43:48
moving
LSS Teachers
43:54
he doesn't open his mouth wide
nataliehass
43:56
Small movements
Jodi
43:57
lips don't move much
LSS Teachers
44:04
we don't see his tongue at all
Brenda Blumenberg
44:07
it is coming from his throat and mouth doesn't move
nataliehass
44:08
more in the throat?
CCLC Staff
44:15
tight lipped lower voice
Tim SDSP
44:39
He could be self conscious of his pronouncation
Jodi
54:09
Rachel's English on youtube is great for how to move your mouth
LSS Teachers
57:53
Andrea can you please share the link for the entire video so we can watch later? Thanks!
Andrea Echelberger
01:01:15
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Jx2WXFXCOxMYjktmYjf3q5gEIqWv2O6R/view?usp=sharing
Tim SDSP
01:02:26
I don't have video or audio Tim
nataliehass
01:03:19
a
Royce Miller
01:03:20
a?
Becki Lemke
01:03:26
b
Diane Ellinger
01:03:27
I sold them
nataliehass
01:03:29
b
Lilly Jasarovic
01:03:32
c
John Taylor
01:03:33
b
CCLC Staff
01:03:33
a
anne.eklund
01:03:33
b
Lynn Phillips
01:03:33
i saw them
Brenda Blumenberg
01:03:33
c
Tim SDSP
01:03:34
1
D Jarzab
01:03:36
b
nataliehass
01:03:50
c
Diane Ellinger
01:03:50
c
CCLC Staff
01:03:52
c
Brenda Blumenberg
01:03:55
c
Lynn Phillips
01:03:56
c
Tim SDSP
01:03:57
c
D Jarzab
01:03:58
c
CCLC Staff
01:10:37
fly
nataliehass
01:10:48
grass
Diane Ellinger
01:12:19
55407
nataliehass
01:12:22
55407
Simms.Erik
01:12:40
that is zip code not area code
Diane Ellinger
01:14:08
b
CCLC Staff
01:14:09
b
Lilly Jasarovic
01:14:09
b
Jodi
01:14:10
b
anne.eklund
01:14:11
b
D Jarzab
01:14:12
b
Diane Ellinger
01:14:14
r
D Jarzab
01:14:16
r
CCLC Staff
01:14:16
r
Jodi
01:14:17
p
anne.eklund
01:14:17
r
Sheila
01:14:18
r
nataliehass
01:14:18
p
rleneaugh
01:14:18
r
CCLC Staff
01:14:19
p
rleneaugh
01:16:05
p and b pees and ban
Jodi
01:22:28
minimal pair bingo
LSS Teachers
01:22:41
our thoughts are: how would you teach the difference between P and B sounds?
Brenda Blumenberg
01:22:59
Thank you I always get good ideas from you. I really like how you show us what to do and give examples
Royce Miller
01:23:08
We talked about tissue or paper in front of the mouth to see our P is more plosive
Tim SDSP
01:23:30
Room 6 - I am meeting face to face with my student - he has TBI
John Taylor
01:23:33
Record themselves on video on a Surface Tablet
Royce Miller
01:23:42
And hands on the throat to feel vocal cords vibrating
Royce Miller
01:50:55
Epenthesis (just looked it up)
rleneaugh
01:51:57
Rhonda Leneaugh At the last break, I tried to go into the conference evaluation but it had already closed. Did I miss the deadline for doing the survey????
Becki Lemke
01:53:17
No, Rhonda. It should still be available. I know Kim was working on the website. Maybe that had something to do with it. I'll check and let you know what I learn. Thanks for letting me know!
Brenda Blumenberg
01:54:58
we have audio
Brenda Blumenberg
01:55:23
good
CCLC Staff
01:55:36
good
Brenda Blumenberg
01:55:36
yes
Lilly Jasarovic
01:55:48
ywa
Mack
02:01:04
4
nataliehass
02:01:05
4
CCLC Staff
02:01:06
3
Shane Milne
02:01:09
4
D Jarzab
02:01:12
4
CCLC Staff
02:01:12
4
Diane Ellinger
02:01:14
4
anne.eklund
02:01:16
4
Diane Ellinger
02:01:23
2
LSS Teachers
02:01:23
2
nataliehass
02:01:24
2
CNewbauer
02:01:24
2
CCLC Staff
02:01:24
2
D Jarzab
02:01:25
2
Shane Milne
02:01:25
2
anne.eklund
02:01:26
2
nataliehass
02:01:31
1
CNewbauer
02:01:33
1
LSS Teachers
02:01:33
1
CCLC Staff
02:01:33
1
anne.eklund
02:01:34
1
D Jarzab
02:01:34
1
Diane Ellinger
02:01:34
1
Shane Milne
02:01:35
1
LSS Teachers
02:01:40
3
nataliehass
02:01:40
3
Shane Milne
02:01:41
3
CCLC Staff
02:01:45
3
D Jarzab
02:01:45
3
rleneaugh
02:01:48
3
CCLC Staff
02:01:50
3
Royce Miller
02:04:22
Phew, not with my boss this time :p
Royce Miller
02:04:39
j/k Becki :D
LSS Teachers
02:11:29
students could stand up for the accented syllable
Stephenie Rittberger
02:11:36
I loved Rhoda's idea of using motion to show the stress. She also thought clapping on the stress could work.
LSS Teachers
02:11:44
cuisinaire rods
D Jarzab
02:12:08
There is a good pronunciation video for words at: https://www.spanishdict.com/
rleneaugh
02:12:15
Thank you, for some great presentations and nice to see you Jennifer and friends.
D Jarzab
02:12:23
I use it for pronunciation not, translation. It helps all speakers
CCLC Staff
02:12:48
nice having you in my groups too
Mack
02:18:21
echolalia!
Tim SDSP
02:18:35
Interesting
Stephenie Rittberger
02:20:07
I have used this with my classes...what is implied...My kids hate that commercial because it is the one I used to remind them that it is not always what you say, but how you say it.
Andrew Cina
02:20:25
:)
Stephenie Rittberger
02:22:21
LOVE IT!!
Brenda Blumenberg
02:22:32
Andrew! Hidden talent
Andrew Cina
02:22:49
LOL
CCLC Staff
02:22:55
Andrew you can practice at home when you get there. lol
rleneaugh
02:24:02
I am over the moon in love!
Brenda Blumenberg
02:24:29
smiling
Lynn Phillips
02:24:36
laugh
Stephenie Rittberger
02:24:42
I got louder and I started to smile.
Comfort Hauck
02:24:47
voice got higher
rleneaugh
02:24:47
hIGH,.LOUD AND JOYOUS!
Becki Lemke
02:24:52
higher pitch and faster
John Taylor
02:24:57
Intonation rises with excitement.
Becki Lemke
02:25:13
and it doesn't really drop like it does with normal speech
anne.eklund
02:25:52
Monotone
John Taylor
02:25:58
Monotone and depressing.
Comfort Hauck
02:26:03
very slow
Brenda Blumenberg
02:26:09
eyes say it all
Stephenie Rittberger
02:26:12
I did the monotone and sad, depression speak
rleneaugh
02:26:12
I am so tired of your boxy face!
D Jarzab
02:26:26
gravely voice
Lynn Phillips
02:26:28
dragggin
rleneaugh
02:27:32
You again!
Lynn Phillips
02:27:50
loud and deep
Comfort Hauck
02:27:59
pauses between words
Royce Miller
02:28:11
clearer enunciation
Brenda Blumenberg
02:28:12
Sorry, my computer is shutting down now!
Stephenie Rittberger
02:28:16
I don't yell well, but I do make vague and threatening sounds well.
Duane
02:28:19
I got higher
Andrew Cina
02:28:24
Tense
Royce Miller
02:28:24
I got it, Brenda :p
CCLC Staff
02:28:29
faster and higher
rleneaugh
02:28:32
I am so tired of looking at you! loud and low.
Brenda Blumenberg
02:28:32
I was tooooo mean to it
CCLC Staff
02:28:38
louder
Stephenie Rittberger
02:28:46
My jaw tightens up completely.
Comfort Hauck
02:31:02
Italians always sound like they’re fighting
CCLC Staff
02:31:31
when somalians are talking its the same
Stephenie Rittberger
02:33:06
I froze up again.
rleneaugh
02:33:10
Rhonda Hello Sunshine Friend
Stephenie Rittberger
02:36:22
That is really fun to see.
D Jarzab
02:36:45
Thank you for showing how to implement this online :)
Stephenie Rittberger
02:37:25
I agree!! Seeing this online is really helpful.
Lynn Phillips
02:42:32
My computer has been timing out
Stephenie Rittberger
02:47:26
I like the idea of color coding words with importance
John Anderson
02:47:32
jazz chants!
LSS Teachers
02:47:47
we thought using kazoos would be helpful
CCLC Staff
02:47:51
have emphasis syllable raised higher
LSS Teachers
02:48:04
marked phrase boundaries
Royce Miller
02:48:30
Or some echo reading
Stephenie Rittberger
02:48:36
I like the marked phrase boundaries. that would work
Becki Lemke
02:49:33
Here is the link for the conference evaluation: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSclVSBltFnlJCxoOIZb2oqR8o-_u7C67O6mUB7L_YGJYpZeOQ/viewform
Brenda Blumenberg
02:50:18
clapping
Andrew Cina
02:50:19
The kazoo one
Stephenie Rittberger
02:50:19
I am going to do the blah blah blah conversation
LSS Teachers
02:50:24
statement or question activity
D Jarzab
02:50:26
The theatre act outs
LSS Teachers
02:50:31
lipreading!
Comfort Hauck
02:50:31
big and little circles
Lynn Phillips
02:50:36
Clapping, repeat
Debi Skokan
02:50:44
statement or question
Stephenie Rittberger
02:50:44
I want Kazoos as well, but I might make my family nuts.
Lynn Phillips
02:50:55
I do like the lip reading too
John Taylor
02:51:04
Circle activity and lip reading activity.
Andrew Cina
02:51:05
That's the goal, Stephenie :)
Comfort Hauck
02:51:10
getting mirrors for my class
Starlyn Williams
02:51:13
The rubber band
CNewbauer
02:51:17
tapping syllables
Brenda Blumenberg
02:51:27
lip reading too
Andrew Cina
02:51:54
Thank you Andrea!
John Anderson
02:51:59
Thanks, Andrea!
LSS Teachers
02:52:04
thank you Andrea that was great!
Lynn Phillips
02:52:07
Lots of good ideas, thank you Andrea!
Stephenie Rittberger
02:52:13
You were wonderful....
Royce Miller
02:52:15
Thank you!
anne.eklund
02:52:20
Thank you Andrea...always so informative!!
LSS Teachers
02:52:39
Can we do a group photo?
CNewbauer
02:52:42
Thank you Andrea!