April M. Yorke, Emily Sternad, Carley Shermak, and Alyssa Mahler
This workbook is designed to give students in communication sciences and disorders foundational knowledge in Phonetics. Students will learn to listen and transcribe the speech of typically developing speakers of Standard American English in the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). Students will also learn how to listen and transcribe the speech of individuals with common speech sound disorders (i.e., residual articulation disorders and phonological disorders). Students will also be introduced to the fundamentals of speech science and spectrograms as they pertain to speech sound production. Written by April M. Yorke, PhD, CCC-SLP with her students.
This Virtual Workbook is a digital companion to HIS 200: Introduction to Geography at Cleveland State University. Each unit addresses a major geographic theme or region, including links to the relevant data layers and quiz study guides.
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