In a Manner of Speaking: Pronunciation Power for Non-Native Speakers of American English Presented by Carol Basilio
Introduction • Qualifications and Professional Experience: • Master of Arts degree in Linguistics • Master of Arts degree in Speech and Hearing Science (Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist) • Certified instructor for the Compton Pronouncing English as Second Language Program (Compton P-ESL)
Previous clients include professionals from: Armstrong Bank of America DuPont Elemica Endo Pharmaceuticals Icon Clinical Research IKON Business Solutions LaSalle University MBNA NATO PECO Energy Shire Pharmaceuticals Unisys University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business
Winning Combination • Intonation (Speech Music)the “spirit” of the language • Pronunciation (Individual Speech Sounds)emphasis on vowel sounds which act as the “notes” for the speech music
"3 V’s" Verbal, Vocal and Visual In spoken communication: 7% of meaning is verbal(the actual words that are spoken.) 38% of meaning is vocal(the way that the words are said). 55% of meaning is visual. (body language, facial expression) Mehrabian, Albert. (1971). Silent messages. Wadsworth, Belmont, California.
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