Background[ edit ] Student teaching vocabulary The method of having students teach other students has been present since antiquity. It was developed in parallel by Scotsman Andrew Bell who had worked in Madras and Joseph Lancaster who worked in London; each attempted to educate masses of poor children with scant resources by having older children teach younger children what they had already learned. The new material is divided into small units and student groups of not more than three people are formed. Along with ensuring that students learn the material, another goal of the method, is to teach students life skills like respect for other people, planning, problem solving, taking chances in public, and communication skills.
Alveolar flap Spanish features a good illustration of an alveolar flap, contrasting it with a trill: This is part of a wider phenomenon called rhotacism. Retroflex flaps[ edit ] Most Indic and Dravidian languages have retroflex flaps.
Some of these may be allophonic.
A retroflex flap is also common in Norwegian dialects and some Swedish dialects. Lateral flaps[ edit ] Many of the languages of Africa, Asia, and the Pacific that don't distinguish [r] from [l] may have a lateral flap.
This has been suggested to be the case for Japanesefor example. However, the flapped, or tapped, laterals in Iwaidja are distinct from 'lateral flaps' as represented by the corresponding IPA symbols see below. These phones consist of a Hoc tap component followed by a lateral component, whereas In Iwaidja the opposite is the case.
For this reason, current IPA transcriptions of these sounds by linguists working on the language consist of an alveolar lateral followed by a superscript alveolar tap and a retroflex lateral followed by a superscript retroflex tap. A velar lateral flap may exist as an allophone in a few languages of New Guinea, according to Peter Ladefoged and Ian Maddieson.
Non-coronal flaps[ edit ] The only common non- coronal flap is the labiodental flapfound throughout central Africa in languages such as Margi. Inthe IPA adopted a right-hook v, for this sound.
Supported by some fonts: Other flaps are much less common. They include an epiglottal flap ; a bilabial flap in Bandawhich may be an allophone of the labiodental flap; and a velar lateral flap as an allophone in Kanite and Melpa.
Note here that, like a velar trilla central velar flap or tap is not possible because the tongue and soft palate cannot move together easily enough to produce a sound.
If other flaps are found, the breve diacritic could be used to represent them, but would more properly be combined with the symbol for the corresponding voiced stop.
Tapped fricatives[ edit ] Voiced and voiceless tapped alveolar fricatives have been reported from a few languages. Flapped fricatives are possible but do not seem to be used.
Crosslinguistic insights on the labial flap"Linguistic Typology", 7: Preliminaries to Linguistic Phonetics. The University of Chicago Press, Do việc tìm kiếm và thanh toán (đối với những tài liệu mất phí) của khách hàng gặp khó khăn, nên Thư viện Tài liệu học tập mở dịch vụ hỗ trợ tìm kiếm và tải tài liệu (đối với những tài liệu mất phí).
In phonetics, a flap or tap is a type of consonantal sound, which is produced with a single contraction of the muscles so that one articulator (such as the tongue) is thrown against another.
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Va no luon duoc cap nhat moi moi ngay tuyen chon hay nhat hien nay. F.1 illustrates the steps leading to publication of an International Standard. The ISO and IEC Supplements to the ISO/IEC Directives give a matrix presentation of the project stages, with a numerical designation of associated sub-stages.
Project description and acceptance. A project is any work intended to lead to the issue of a new, amended or revised International Standard.
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