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Phonetics for language teachers

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Course ID: 4100-2SFDNJO Erasmus code / ISCED: 05.1 / (0110) Education, not further defined
Course title: Phonetics for language teachers Name in Polish: Fonetyka języka angielskiego dla nauczycieli
Department: Centre for Foreign Language Teacher Training and European Education UW
Course groups:
ECTS credit allocation (and other scores): 2.00
Language: English
Type of course:

foreign languages
obligatory courses

Mode:

Blended learning

Short description:

The aim of the classes is to raise the awareness and develop sensitivity to phonetics and pronunciation, to prepare students for individual work on their pronunciation of English, and to help them eliminate the errors and attain correct pronunciation allowing fluent communication and later teaching.

Full description:

The course raises students' awareness and sensitivity to phonetics and pronunciation. It prepares students for independent individual work on their English pronunciation. It helps students eliminate their errors and attain the acuracy expected of a teacher of English in terms of fluency and correctness. It introduces students to a basic phonetic description of English phonetics and phonology. The programme includes description and practice of the pronunciation of English vowels and consonants, selected allophonic phenomena, sandhi phenomena, assimilations, elision, weak and strong forms of grammatical words, stress, rhythm, intonation, as well as a comparison of basic differences between British and American accents. The course also covers selected issues in the phonetics of Polish and phonetic transcription.

Bibliography:

Allen, W.S., Living English Speech, Longmans, London, 1959.

Arnold, G. F. &. Gimson, A. C., English pronunciation practice. London University Press,

London, 1968.

Brazil, D., Pronunciation for advanced learners of English, CUP, Cambridge, 1994.

Cruttenden, A., Gimson's pronunciation of English, Edward Arnold, London, 1994.

Crystal, D., A dictionary of linguistics and phonetics, Blackwell, Oxford, 1996.

Hawkins, P., Introducing phonology, Routledge, London, 1992.

Knowles, G. O., Patterns of spoken English, Longman, London, 1984.

Reszkiewicz, A., Correct your English pronunciation, PWN, Warszawa, 1981.

Roach, P., English phonetics and phonology, (2nd ed), CUP, Cambridge, 1991.

Roach, P., Introducing phonetics, Penguin, London, 1992.

Sobkowiak, W., English phonetics for Poles, Bene Nati, Poznań, 1996.

Underhill, A., Sound foundations, Heinemann, Oxford, 1994.

Wells, J. C. & Colson, G., Practical phonetics, Pitman, London, 1971.

Wells, J. C., Accents of English, CUP, Cambridge, 1982.

Wells, J. C., Longman pronunciation dictionary, Longman, Harlow, 2000.

Wełna, J., English spelling and pronunciation, PWN, Warszawa, 1982.

Jassem, W., Exercises in English pronunciation, PWN, Warszawa, 1995.

Jones, D. An English pronouncing dictionary, (15th ed), Roach, P.& Hartman, J. (eds), CUP, Cambridge, 1997.

Learning outcomes:

K_W02:

The graduate knows and understands the essential terminology related to linguistics, relevant to teaching foreign languages

K_W16:

The graduate knows and understands to a significant extent, the process of interpersonal communication and social patterns in Polish and English

K_U01:

The graduate is able to search, analyse, evaluate, select and use information, using a variety of sources and methods, in Polish and English

K_U09:

analyse their own actions and identify possible areas for change in the future

K-U12:

communicate in Polish and in a foreign language, using a variety of channels and techniques, with all participants in the teaching-learning process and experts in the academic disciplines and subjects that are relevant to the field of studies in foreign language teaching, both in Polish and another language

K_U14:

prepare, and deliver in public, oral presentations in Polish and another language, for specific purposes, using basic theoretical approaches, as well as a variety of sources

K_U22:

independently acquire knowledge and develop their professional competences in teaching foreign languages and, optionally, social studies using a variety of sources (in Polish and a foreign language) and new technologies (ICT)

K_K01:

The graduate is prepared to pursue lifelong learning

K_K02:

reflect on the level of their skills and knowledge, constantly develop professionally and personally, self-assess their competences, improve their skills, plan their development and training

K_K05:

interact and work in a group, performing various roles

Assessment methods and assessment criteria:

Class attendance, transcription homework, systematic assessment of the English speech sounds, final test

Classes in period "Summer semester 2019/20" (past)

Time span: 2020-02-17 - 2020-08-02
Choosen plan division:


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Type of class: Class, 30 hours more information
Coordinators: Eugeniusz Cyran
Group instructors: Marek Biedrzycki, Anna Bloch-Rozmej
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: Course - Grading
Class - Grading
Type of course:

foreign languages
obligatory courses

Mode:

Blended learning

Short description:

Acquainting students with IPA phonetic symbols and the rules of phonetic transcription. Comparing speech sounds of Polish and English. Drilling of individual English vowels.

Full description:

Acquainting students with IPA phonetic symbols and rules of phonetic transcription as well as regular workshops and homework assignments in transcription of individual words and sentences. Comparing the Polish and English speech sounds coupled with drills of individual English vowels in single words and sentences on the basis of natural dialogues. Acquainting students with basic literature on the subject and the best pronunciation dictionaries.

Bibliography:

Allen, W.S., Living English Speech, Longmans, London, 1959.

Arnold, G. F. &. Gimson, A. C., English pronunciation practice. London University Press,

London, 1968.

Brazil, D., Pronunciation for advanced learners of English, CUP, Cambridge, 1994.

Cruttenden, A., Gimson's pronunciation of English, Edward Arnold, London, 1994.

Crystal, D., A dictionary of linguistics and phonetics, Blackwell, Oxford, 1996.

Hawkins, P., Introducing phonology, Routledge, London, 1992.

Knowles, G. O., Patterns of spoken English, Longman, London, 1984.

Reszkiewicz, A., Correct your English pronunciation, PWN, Warszawa, 1981.

Roach, P., English phonetics and phonology, (2nd ed), CUP, Cambridge, 1991.

Roach, P., Introducing phonetics, Penguin, London, 1992.

Sobkowiak, W., English phonetics for Poles, Bene Nati, Poznań, 1996.

Underhill, A., Sound foundations, Heinemann, Oxford, 1994.

Wells, J. C. & Colson, G., Practical phonetics, Pitman, London, 1971.

Wells, J. C., Accents of English, CUP, Cambridge, 1982.

Wells, J. C., Longman pronunciation dictionary, Longman, Harlow, 2000.

Wełna, J., English spelling and pronunciation, PWN, Warszawa, 1982.

Jassem, W., Exercises in English pronunciation, PWN, Warszawa, 1995.

Jones, D. An English pronouncing dictionary, (15th ed), Roach, P.& Hartman, J. (eds), CUP, Cambridge, 1997.

Classes in period "Summer semester 2020/21" (future)

Time span: 2021-02-22 - 2021-06-13
Choosen plan division:


magnify
see course schedule
Type of class: Class, 30 hours more information
Coordinators: Eugeniusz Cyran
Group instructors: Marek Biedrzycki, Anna Bloch-Rozmej
Students list: (inaccessible to you)
Examination: Course - Grading
Class - Grading
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