Papers on speech and voice

Author: Angelika Braun

Publisher: Franz Steiner Verlag


Category: History

Page: 166

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Die hier vorgelegte Sammlung von Beitr�gen zur Erforschung von Stimme und Sprache bietet sowohl neue Erkenntnisse zu bekannten Themen als auch Erstver�ffentlichungen gr��erer Projekte. Unter den letzteren sind insbesondere das hier erstmals dargestellte multimediale Verfahren zur Messung der Erregerfunktion der Glottis (O. K�ster / J.-P K�ster) und die Studie zum S�ngerformanten (R. Weiss / J. Morris) zu nennen.

Voice Lessons

Classroom Activities to Teach Diction, Detail, Imagery, Syntax, and Tone

Author: Nancy Dean

Publisher: Maupin House Publishing, Inc.


Category: Education

Page: 141

View: 607

"Prepare your high school students for AP, IB, and other standardized tests that demand an understanding of the subtle elements that comprise an author's unique voice. Each of the 100 sharply focused, historically and culturally diverse passages from world literature targets a specific component of voice, presenting the elements in short, manageable exercises that function well as class openers. Includes teacher notes and discussion suggestions."

Voice and Speech in the Theatre

Author: James Clifford Turner

Publisher: Psychology Press


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 152

View: 402

This is a classic book on voice and speech, designed for actors at all levels. One of the great voice teachers of his day, J. Clifford Turner here uses simple and direct language to impart the necessary technical 'basics' of speech and voice.

The Baritone Voice

A Personal Guide to Acquiring a Superior Singing Technique

Author: Anthony Frisell

Publisher: Branden Books


Category: Music

Page: 132

View: 359

This is a manual for the serious baritone voice student specializing for operatic soprano roles.

Voice and Laryngeal Disorders

A Problem-based Clinical Guide with Voice Samples

Author: Sally K. Gallena

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences


Category: Medical

Page: 230

View: 936

This interactive workbook-style text highlights important concepts in the evaluation and treatment of voice and laryngeal disorders. It features 24 case studies for 11 disorders, plus audio samples to help students and entry-level clinicians become familiar with a broad spectrum of voice disorders, diagnostic report information, and treatment plans. It is an ideal review tool for those seeking certification. Five sections cover Case Studies, Evaluation, Treatment, Learning Opportunities and Unsolved Case Studies to build clinician knowledge and practical skills. Speech disorders across the life span are detailed through overviews, efficacy data to support therapy techniques, case studies and pre- and post-therapy audio samples. Case Studies teach students to analyze and describe disordered voices and engage in diagnostic and treatment plan processes. Accompanying CD contains 30 audio samples of voice disorders, solutions to Labs and Unsolved Case Studies, electronic copies of evaluation forms and other resources to be used in the clinical setting. Clinical forms and templates are included for use in assessing and treating various speech disorders. Pediatric and adult "unsolved" case studies require students to solve problems, develop treatment plans, and refine clinical writing skills via written summaries, recommendations and goals. Unsolved Case Studies encourage critical thinking, problem solving, assessment and clinical documentation skills essential for clinical practice. Addresses clinical competencies in voice, resonance, and alaryngeal speech as specified by ASHA Knowledge and Skills Acquisition (KASA) Summary Form for certification. Speech-Language Pathology PRAXIS exam topics are addressed to prepare students for the exam.

The Middle Voice in Gadamer's Hermeneutics

A Basic Interpretation with Some Theological Implications

Author: Philippe Eberhard

Publisher: Mohr Siebeck


Category: Religion

Page: 251

View: 957

Revised thesis (Ph. D.) - University of Chicago Divinity School, Chicago, 2002.

The Student Voice, 1960-1965

Periodical of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

Author: Clayborne Carson

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group


Category: African American student movements

Page: 252

View: 807

The Soprano Voice

A Personal Guide to Acquiring a Superior Singing Technique

Author: Anthony Frisell

Publisher: Branden


Category: Music

Page: 130

View: 615

This manual is designed for training the beginning and the advanced singing female voices It explains the mechanisms of the singing instrument that control range, pronunciation of pure vowels, and the full range of dynamics.

From Silence to Voice

What Nurses Know and Must Communicate to the Public

Author: Bernice Buresh

Publisher: Cornell University Press


Category: Medical

Page: 296

View: 979

From Silence to Voice helps nurses explain their critical work to the public. This revised and freshly redesigned edition has been updated to address the most urgent issues and controversies in nursing. The second edition includes a new chapter that teaches nurses the pitfalls to avoid—and themes, issues, and evidence to include—when they construct stories about their work. Throughout, the authors include more information for nurse managers that will help them encourage and educate the nurses they supervise to end their silence. The second edition also features a revised chapter on nursing research and interactive exercises that will help nurses, educators, and managers put communication theory into practice.

Voice And Non-union Workplace

Author: Paul J. Gollan

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing


Category: Electronic books

Page: 92

View: 838

The papers in this e-book examine the development of non-union employee relations practices and outcomes from an international perspective focusing on firms attempting to provide workers with a voice. The papers draw primarily on in-depth case studies as a means to assess the impact of voice arrangements on employee relations processes and outcomes.