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Phonetic Science for Clinical Practice
A Transcription and Application Workbook (workbook only)

Kathy J. Jakielski, Christina E. Gildersleeve-Neumann
Details:
378 pages, Color Illustrations (2 Color), Spiral Bound, 8.5 x 11" 1 lbs
Included Media:
Companion Website
ISBN13:
978-1-59756-732-9
Release Date:
10/25/2017
$69.95

Overview

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Phonetic Science for Clinical Practice: A Transcription and Application Workbook is designed to aid instructors in the delivery of content and to enhance opportunity for student practice alongside the textbook, Phonetic Science for Clinical Practice. The textbook is designed to serve as an introductory, one-term textbook for undergraduate phonetics courses in communication sciences and disorders.

The workbook allows students to practice phonetic transcription and includes a variety of practice exercises such as fill-in-the-blank, short-answer, and multiple creative transcription activities. The questions are closely connected to the textbook, allowing students to review chapter material and quiz themselves in an efficient manner.

The workbook comes with a PluralPlus companion website that features sound files for IPA symbols and particular words.

Preface

Part I. Exercises

Chapter 1. Introduction to Phonetic Science
Chapter 2. Articulatory Phonetics of Consonants
Chapter 3. Articulatory Phonetics of Vowels
Chapter 4. Broad and Narrow Phonetic Transcription
Chapter 5. Suprasegmental Features of Speech
Chapter 6. Acoustic Phonetics
Chapter 7. Linguistic Phonetics and Phonology of Consonants
Chapter 8. Linguistic Phonetics and Phonology of Vowels
Chapter 9. Beyond General American English: Speech Possibilities Within and Across Languages
Chapter 10. Transcription Practice

Part II. Answers to Exercises

Chapter 1. Introduction to Phonetic Science
Chapter 2. Articulatory Phonetics of Consonants
Chapter 3. Articulatory Phonetics of Vowels
Chapter 4. Broad and Narrow Phonetic Transcription
Chapter 5. Suprasegmental Features of Speech
Chapter 6. Acoustic Phonetics
Chapter 7. Linguistic Phonetics and Phonology of Consonants
Chapter 8. Linguistic Phonetics and Phonology of Vowels
Chapter 9. Beyond General American English: Speech Possibilities Within and Across Languages
Chapter 10. Transcription Practice

About The Authors

Kathy J. Jakielski

Kathy J. Jakielski, Ph.D., CCC-SLP is the Florence C. and Dr. John E. Wertz Professor in Liberal Arts and Sciences at Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois where she serves as Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. She has over 35 years of clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults with severe speech impairment, including Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). For the past 20 years she has conducted research on genetic bases, differential diagnosis, and intervention efficacy on children with CAS. The study of phonetic science underlies all of the work in which she is engaged. She has been teaching an introduction to phonetics course to undergraduate students continuously for the past 22 years. After spending most nights dreaming in phonetic symbols, teaching the next generation of speech-language pathologists about how to apply phonetic science to increase their understanding of typical and disordered speech acquisition is what gets her out of bed each morning.


Christina E. Gildersleeve-Neumann

Christina Gildersleeve-Neumann, PhD, CCC-SLP is Professor and Chair of the Speech and Hearing Department at Portland State University in Portland, Oregon. Her areas of expertise include severe speech sound disorders in monolingual English and bilingual Spanish-English children. She has been working with children and adolescents with severe speech sound disorders since Kathy supervised her in graduate school 22 years ago! Her research explores articulatory and phonology influences on speech development and disorder in children from monolingual and bilingual environments and includes intervention research for severe speech sound disorders, including Childhood Apraxia of Speech, in English and Spanish-English children. Core to all of her work is understanding and application of phonetic science and phonetic transcription. She has been teaching phonetics for over 20 years. In her spare time she loves traveling and listening to other languages, especially figuring out what people do in their vocal tract to produce different sounds, as well as how listeners categorize those sounds in language-specific ways!

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Purchasers of this workbook receive complimentary access to supplementary materials hosted on a PluralPlus companion website.

Materials:

  • Audio Files


To access the materials, log in to the website using the URL and Access Code located inside the front cover of your copy of Phonetic Science for Clinical Practice: A Transcription and Application Workbook.