96 credit points of core second year HCSP units.
|1.||Execute real-time transcriptions of speech sounds in isolation, words, phrases and discourse using the International Phonetic Alphabet symbols and conventions, as relevant to Australia's linguistic diversity;|
|2.||Describe consonant and vowel sounds in terms of articulatory and acoustic phonetics;|
|3.||Elucidate the difference between phonetics and phonology;|
|4.||Differentiate between and hypothesise why differences occur in speech patterns across groups; and|
|5.||Reflect on pronunciation patterns as a cultural phenomenon.|
|Other||Phonetic transcriptions of real-time speech sounds (3x30mins)||40%|
|Presentation||Group presentation of speech sound patterns of varying language groups (10mins) and individual written reflection 500 words||30%|
|Test||Test (SAQ, MCQ) (1hr)||30%|
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