억양이 과장된 원어민 발화를 통한 영어 억양 교육과 평가

Title
억양이 과장된 원어민 발화를 통한 영어 억양 교육과 평가
Other Titles
Evaluation of Teaching English Intonation through Native Utterances with Exaggerated Intonation
Author(s)
윤규철
Keywords
English; intonation; exaggerated intonation; teaching; evaluation; English; intonation; exaggerated intonation; teaching; evaluation
Issue Date
201103
Publisher
한국음성학회
Citation
말소리와 음성과학, v.3, no.1, pp.35 - 43
Abstract
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the viability of employing the intonation exaggeration technique proposed in [4] in teaching English prosody to university students. Fifty-six female university students, twenty-two in a control group and the other thirty-four in an experimental group, participated in a teaching experiment as part of their regular coursework for a five-and-a-half week period. For the study material of the experimental group, a set of utterances was synthesized whose intonation contours had been exaggerated whereas the control group was given the same set without any intonation modification. Recordings from both before and after the teaching experiment were made and one sentence set was chosen for analysis. The parameters analyzed were the pitch range, words containing the highest and lowest pitch points, and the 3-dimensional comparison of the three prosodic features [2]. An AXB and subjective rating test were also performed along with a qualitative screening of the individual intonation contours. The results showed that the experimental group performed slightly better in that their intonation contour was more similar to that of the model native speaker’s utterance. This appears to suggest that the intonation exaggeration technique can be employed in teaching English prosody to students.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/25483
ISSN
2005-8063
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