Lecture Class in Communication Arts
Building Room 151 on Tuesdays,
PM - 1:30
Lab Class on Thursdays:
(Section 1:) 12:40 PM - 2:30 PM in Room 112 Old Horticulture Building (OHB)
Course Website: https://www.msu.edu/course/asc/232/
Lab Office: Artificial Language
Laboratory, 379 Comm Arts Building
Objectives: In this course you will gain familiarity with
the theory, terminology, and practical techniques for describing the
sounds of spoken language.
1. learn to use the International Phonetic Alphabet for
| Student Instructional Aide:
Abaries Farhad, CSD Major
Office Hours: By appointment by E-mail (preferred way!):
1. Clinical Phonetics 3rd Edition by Lawrence D. Shriberg and Raymond D. Kent, Allyn and Bacon, Copyright 2003, ISBN: 0-205-36833-6
2, Occasional Additional Handouts from instructors.
Recommended CDs: Set of 4 Audio CDs to accompany Clinical Phonetics 3rd Edition, ISBN: 0-205-37779-3
|Required Software Application: You
http://www.fon.hum.uva.nl/praat/ Download the current version (ver. 5.2.09), which is available for Windows and Mac OS.
This should be installed on your computer no later than Thursday, January 20, 2011.
This program, which we will use throughout the course, will allow you to see how your own speech sounds can be described in terms of wave form and speech spectrogram. This program is available for both Windows and Mac platforms.
Please Note that you will need to have a speech-quality headset (noise-cancelling microphone and optional earphones).
and Percentage Applied
Toward Final Grade:
20% Weekly laboratory exercises, transcription assignments, and class participationThe Final Examination will be held on Thursday, May 5, 2011 from 12:45 PM - 2:45 PM
40% Two interim quizzes (20% each)
40% Final Examination
Please note that the final examination will start at 12:45 PM, not 12:40 PM
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updated on January 10, 2011