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  1. Vowel Sounds: /æ/ & /ɛ/

  2. /æ/ • Hat • Man • Bag

  3. /ɛ/ • Ten • Red • Pet

  4. /æ/ & /ɛ/ • http://www.uiowa.edu/~acadtech/phonetics/# • Relax your muscles! • /æ/ - Mouth is wide open. • /ɛ/ - Mouth is less open, but still open. • Touch your chin. Say /ɛ/, then /æ/. Do you feel it move?

  5. Set Fed Bend Slept Wreck Sat Fad Band Slapped Rack Let’s Practice! /ɛ/ /æ/

  6. Set Fed Bend Slept Wreck Sat Fad Band Slapped Rack Let’s Practice! /ɛ/ /æ/

  7. Listen to the Story • Instructions: • Listen as I read the story. • Underline words with the /æ/ sound. • Circle words with the /ɛ/ sound. • If a word has more than one sound, only mark part of the word. • Example: November

  8. Listen to the Story

  9. Listen to the Story Jen is a hen. She can lay eggs. Jen has a hat. She wears her hat everyday. Matt is a cat. He likes to take naps. Matt wears red pants. He never wears hats. Jen met Matt yesterday. They had a chat. After that, they were friends. Jen and Matt call themselves pals.

  10. Listen to the Story Jen is a hen. She can lay eggs. Jen has a hat. She wears her hat everyday. Matt is a cat. He likes to take naps. Matt wears red pants. He never wears hats. Jen met Matt yesterday. They had a chat. After that, they were friends. Jen and Matt call themselvespals.

  11. /r/ and /l/ • When you add /r/ or /l/ to /æ/ and /ɛ/, the sound changes a little. • The lips (/r/) and the tongue (/l/) have to move to add the sounds together. • Can you feel the difference? +/r/ Bed Bad +/l/ Hep  Help Tack  Talc Bared

  12. Activity 1 • Find a partner. (A + B) • Ask each other questions to fill in the missing words. • Example: What is the word in box B1? What word is in box A4? • Take turns! • When you are done, compare answers. • Practice saying difficult words together.

  13. Activity 2 • Switch partners! • Match up the minimal pairs from your charts • Make at least 5 sentences using the pairs. • Example: • I pat my pet dog on the head. • We will share the best ones with the class!

  14. At Home • This is not homework!!  • For extra practice go to: • http://youtu.be/_6ZRgCKfPbU?t=2m33s • “Minimal Pair 3” (2:33 – 3:10) • Try saying the words out loud. • Try again with the sound off.