Speechware e visible speech. Abilità uditiva e didattica dell’intonazione

Alessandro Agnetta, Rosanna Mancuso

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Abstract

[automatically translated] Music and language are ambivalent relationship and there are many dedicated research analysis of this report is trying similarities between prosodic and rhythmic aspects of these two domains is among the cognitive and brain mechanisms that control them. Their effect in the field of foreign language teaching is attracting increasing attention, often because the difficulty of acquiring a similar pronunciation to the native into adulthood involving an increased educational effort. Building on these considerations, we want to highlight the role that new display technologies speech may have in the teaching of the language in general, and specifically in the teaching of pronunciation and intonation, and in the foreign language.
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationLinguistica e didattica delle lingue e dell’inglese contemporaneo. Studi in onore di Gianfranco Porcelli
Pages429-442
Number of pages13
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Externally publishedYes

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