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Transcript of VOICE
Improve breath control and projection. Pleasantness Associated with speakers appearance, likeability and personality. Pronunciation describes the combinations of vowels, consonants, syllables, and accents that a speaker chooses to emphasize a certain word Articulation Dialect process of forming meaningful oral symbols through the manipulation of the oral symbols Games! The Physiology of Speech Quality - refers to the timbre of the voice, a characteristic that distinguishes one voice from another.
- thin, strident, nasal and breathy voices sound unpleasant and is a result of poor phonation Pauses - adds color, expression, and feeling to a speech
- proper pausing communicates self-confidence Emphasis - different ways of saying something, depending on how they are said together with a nonverbal behaviour
- can be achieved by some techniques like changing the volume of your voice, varying your pitch, changing your rate at which you speak
- it also comes naturally when you speak with emotions Variety - varying your rate, pitch, volume and pauses as you deliver your speech voice producing mechanisms! mechanism of articulation! clavicular and diaphragmatic breathing! a regional variety of language distinguished by features of vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation from other regional varieties and constituting together with them a single language. “No dialect is inherently better or worse than any other” Be cautious in using a dialect to avoid trouble/ misunderstanding. * Tongue
* Soft and hard palates
* Jaws Pronunciation is not the same as articulation *substitutions, *omissions,
*prolonging of the letter s,
*adding vowels before the letter s * Organic causes
* Social conditioning
* Physical problems
* Nervous tension “If you have a sloppy articulation, work on identifying and eliminating your common errors through practice. The results will be worth it as your speeches will be more intelligible.”