What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
SPEECH 1 WHAT IS SPEECH?
THE LEARNING PROCESS
SPEECH AS NONCOMMUNICATION
19 other sections not shown
ability activity apparatus articulation articulatory movement aspects attitude begin broadcast child child's speech classroom coconut shy complex concerned conducted considerable conversational situation crowd difficult ERIC LINKLATER essential example experience fact feel Filey GERALD give going hear important interview involved JENNIFER John Kon-Tiki larynx listener machine meaning ment mental processes necessary noise oral communication panel particular passage person play-back policeman precise prepared produce pronunciation purposes Pygmalion questions reader relationship requires Romeo and Juliet scene skill sound speak speaker specialist speech development speech process speech school Speech Style Speech Therapist speed spoken English staff STALLHOLDER statement successful speech sufficient Suppose SYLVIA talk tape recorder TEACHER television tell things THOR HEYERDAHL tion understand University of Durham visual vocal cords voice and speech voice quality volume whale shark whilst wish words written language