Speak is made wi soonds dirlin the vocal faulds. Soonds throu the vyce box is shapit wi the jaw, tung, teeth, palate, lips, and nose.
Tae mak speak a bodie haes tae can:
- wale speak soonds
- pit thaim intil a sequence
- mak soond in the vyce box
- uise the lips, tung, teeth, nose and palate for tae shape the soonds
Effective speak haes the follaein elements – fluency, flexibility, accuracy, and comprehensibilitie.
- Fluency is the abilitie tae communicate a message that wis the ane ettelt tae be communicatit, or affect the listener in the wey that the speaker's ettlin tae.
- Flexibility is whaur the message can be fittit tae the responses o the listener. It involves chuisin wirds and expressions that the listener(s) will unnerstaund an aa.
- Accuracy is the uiss o the richt grammar in spoken langage.
- Comprehensibility is the ability tae be understuid by ither fowk. The'r three pairts o soond that influences somebodie’s comprehensibility:
- Pronunciation: sayin the soonds o wirds richt;
- Intonation: uisin the richt stress and rhythm while speakin; and
- Enunciation: speakin clear at the richt pace and loodness.
Soorces[eedit | eedit soorce]
- Bauman-Waengler J. 2000. Articulatory & phonological impairments: a clinical focus'. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
- Stackhouse J. and Wells B. 1997. Children’s speech and literacy difficulties. London: Whurr.