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Analysis of gross motoric movements in phonetic correction based on verbotonal method / Dobrić, Arnalda.

By: Dobrić, Arnalda.
Material type: ArticleArticleDescription: 328-333 str.Subject(s): 6.03 | gross motoric movement, phonetic correction, verbotonal method engOnline resources: Elektronička verzija In: Speech and Language - 6th International Conference on Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Speech and Language str. 328-333Summary: Movement in speech is present on different levels – form micromovements during articulatory processes to more visible movements such as gestures. In this paper, gross motoric movement in speech correction has been analysed. Gross motoric movement in the Verbotonal method is described as unique, depending on individual aim and possibilities, used in order to improve pronunciation. It should not be replaced with gestures or signs. Although unique and individual, movements are connected with speech sounds on the basis of different elements: height, tension, duration etc. For that purpose basic movements, prone to variations, were recorded in the era of VTM „expansion―. The material used in this research were descriptions of movements made by students whose task was to perform ten lessons of speech correction, respectively, with adult foreign students learning Croatian as L2. The described movements were grouped mainly according to the corrected speech sounds and the variations within the group were compared. Furthermore parts of the body, direction, tension, as well as some other elements were used in movements were observed. The descriptive analysis of the obtained remarks is partly based on Laban Movement Analysis (LMA/LBMA). The results are compared with the material (movements) recorded for each speech sounds in Croatian and discussed in the light of self awareness when it comes to movement. Usage of movement in the verbotonal method is compared with recent work on movement and speech in foreign language learning through dance, emotions and memory.
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Movement in speech is present on different levels – form micromovements during articulatory processes to more visible movements such as gestures. In this paper, gross motoric movement in speech correction has been analysed. Gross motoric movement in the Verbotonal method is described as unique, depending on individual aim and possibilities, used in order to improve pronunciation. It should not be replaced with gestures or signs. Although unique and individual, movements are connected with speech sounds on the basis of different elements: height, tension, duration etc. For that purpose basic movements, prone to variations, were recorded in the era of VTM „expansion―. The material used in this research were descriptions of movements made by students whose task was to perform ten lessons of speech correction, respectively, with adult foreign students learning Croatian as L2. The described movements were grouped mainly according to the corrected speech sounds and the variations within the group were compared. Furthermore parts of the body, direction, tension, as well as some other elements were used in movements were observed. The descriptive analysis of the obtained remarks is partly based on Laban Movement Analysis (LMA/LBMA). The results are compared with the material (movements) recorded for each speech sounds in Croatian and discussed in the light of self awareness when it comes to movement. Usage of movement in the verbotonal method is compared with recent work on movement and speech in foreign language learning through dance, emotions and memory.

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