The Syllable John Goldsmith December7,2009 Contents 1 Overview and brief history 1 1.1 Introduction..... 1 1.2 Sonoritywaves..... 4 1.3 Constituents and structure ..... 5 1.3.1 Pike, Hockett, Fudge: the arboreal view ...
Ling 113 Handout 10 Colleen Richey Tuesday 14 October, 2003 Syllables Announcements Reading for this week: Spencer ch.3; Homework 5 due Thursday 9/16/03 What is the syllable?
Lessons 17-18 17 TEACH Remind students that words can be divided into units called syllables, each of which has its own vowel sound. Explain that when a syllable ends with a consonant, its vowel sound is usually short.
Phonics 2-3 Student Center Activities: Phonics 2006 The Florida Center for Reading Research (Revised July, 2007) Objective The student will blend syllables in words.
1 Frequency of Stress Patterns in English: A Computational Analysis Cynthia G. Clopper Indiana University Abstract Word reduction by weak syllable omission is a fairly common phenomenon in several populations, including normally developing children, children with Specific Language Impairment ...
Syllable Types Name of Characteristics of Examples of Syllable Syllable Type Syllable Type Type Closed A syllable with a single vowel cab followed by one or more consonants. dog ...
Syllable Rules 1. If the word is a compound word, divide it between the two smaller words. If either or both of the two smaller words have more than one syllable, follow the general rules below.
K - 3 Reading Academy: Alphabetic Understanding, Phonics and Word Study 4–37 Handout 19: Common Syllable Patterns (Page 1 of 3) Common Syllable Patterns
Copyrig ht 2007 7 Power Tools for Literacy Chapter 1: Closed Syllable 21 Lessons (out of 30) Note to Instructor It is important that you read this Note to Instructor in its entirety as it explains the teaching techniques that apply to subsequent chapters.
Running head: SYLLABLE FREQUENCY IN ENGLISH In press, Reading & Writing (accepted July 2006) Syllable Frequency in Lexical Decision and Naming of English Words Pedro Macizo 1 & Cyma Van Petten 2 Department of Psychology, University of Arizona 1.