The Bionic Sound Project

this girl’s journey to sound

Speech Therapy Videos On The Web Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Filed under: Uncategorized — Allison @ 1:39 pm

Had a impromptu speech therapy session with Karen and another student of hers today.  While I was there, she reminded me that the videos of the two of us are up on the website, so I got to see them!

Here’s me talking and working at speech therapy (for those of you who are curious what I sound like!) (Three Videos In All)

Voiceless fricatives and coarticulation
As students view the spectrograms they can clearly see the energy distinctions for the /s/ and /sh/ and coarticulation.

Contrasting sibilant fricatives and affricates
Students can see the differences between the continuancy feature of /s/ and the stop plus the continuancy feature of /ch/.

Consonant blends
Students can clearly see and listen for both phonemes as they practice consonant blends.

Courtesy: NTID Speech and Language Department

If there are any problems with the video, let me know, and I will upload them myself.

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2 Responses to “Speech Therapy Videos On The Web”

  1. Jen G Says:

    I’m glad you’re updating this again. 🙂 I had no idea speech therapy was like that at all! That’s pretty neat.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    the links are not working as of 2014. Could you upload them somewhere else, please? 😦

    btw, nice blog! 🙂


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