Clear Alphabet Dictionary, Read and Write English as it Sounds, Purland M.

Clear Alphabet Dictionary, Read and Write English as it Sounds, Purland M.

  The Clear Alphabet is a modern phonetic English alphabet which uses the normal Roman alphabet, rather than symbols, to show the sounds of English. Each of the 48 sounds of English has one ID (identifier) in the Clear Alphabet, which is always written the same. (See Clear Alphabet Chart on p.17.) This allows us to write the sounds of English, rather than the normal spelling, which is often very different from the sounds. It also allows us to write full sentences and whole texts which show connected speech in action - the process where words merge together as we speak. It enables us to represent speech in written form clearly, showing syllables, stressed syllables, features of connected speech, and other elements of speech such as schwa sounds, glottal stops, silent letters, and hidden sounds, which are usually missing from written texts.

Clear Alphabet Dictionary, Read and Write English as it Sounds, Purland M.


Vowel Sounds.
Choose an item and sound out loud each phoneme (sound) in each syllable; then sound out loud each syllable separately; then say the item. Pay particular attention to stressing the stressed vowel sound.

Circle the stressed vowel sound in an item written in the Clear Alphabet.
Identify the stressed vowel sounds in one set of items (e.g. one page) and put them into groups. Which sounds occur most/least frequently? How many are long or short? Focus on learning the most common vowel sounds.

Which vowel letters are most often reduced when we speak? Tip: look at the weak stressed syllables in a group of words and identify where sounds have been reduced, e.g. “to” is often pronounced t in a sentence, meaning that the oo sound has been reduced, and “for” is often pronounced f in a sentence, meaning that the or sound has been reduced.

Find л* (5, 10, 20, or whatever) examples of assonance - words and phrases that have the same vowel sounds (stressed or not). This could be with a pair or group of words, e.g. “hair” and “wear” both share the same vowel sound: eir . Or it could be within the same word or phrase, e.g. the word “expensive” has two e sounds: e Kspen siv , while the phrase “fruit juice” has two oo sounds: Froo_ Joos .

Contents.
Introduction.
Learn the Clear Alphabet.
17 Clear Alphabet Chart.
18 Learn the Clear Alphabet with Flashcards.
30 Rhyming Words – Vowel Sounds and Diphthongs.
41 Learn the Sounds of English with the Clear Alphabet – Sample Lesson Plan.
44 Clear Alphabet Test (Sample).
Clear Alphabet Dictionary.
47 Classroom Activities for Learning the Clear Alphabet.
55 Translate from Clear Alphabet to Normal Spelling.
85 Translate from Normal Spelling to Clear Alphabet.
113 Normal Spelling & Clear Alphabet Spelling.
140 400 Elementary Words – Translate from Clear Alphabet to Normal Spelling.
146 400 Elementary Words – Translate from Normal Spelling to Clear Alphabet.
152 400 Elementary Words – Normal Spelling & Clear Alphabet Spelling.
Special Topics.
159 Phonetic Words in Normal English Spelling.
160 100 Sets of Common Homophones.
161 Minimal Pairs.
162 Silent Letters.
164 Hidden Sounds.
166 Words and Phrases with Glottal Stops.
167 Longer Phrases.
168 Words that Look Confusing in the Clear Alphabet.
170 Problem Sound Connections – when Clear Alphabet Looks Awkward!.
Examples of Worksheets for Class Use.
174 Practice Worksheets – Instructions.
176 Translate Countries from the Clear Alphabet.
177 Translate Countries into the Clear Alphabet.
178 Find the Mixed-up Countries with the Clear Alphabet.
179 Translate Leisure Activities from the Clear Alphabet.
180 Translate Leisure Activities into the Clear Alphabet.
181 Find the Mixed-up Leisure Activities with the Clear Alphabet.
182 Translate 40 Famous People from the Clear Alphabet.
Relevant Material from Talk a Lot Foundation Course.
185 100 Basic Words with the Clear Alphabet.
186 100 Basic Words – Translate from the Clear Alphabet.
187 The 100 Most Common Words in Written English.
188 Role Play with the Clear Alphabet 1 – Mei king Planz.
189 Role Play with the Clear Alphabet 1 – Making Plans – Translation.
190 Practice Text with the Clear Alphabet 1 – Hau t Mei k Nai Sku p Vtee.
191 Practice Text with the Clear Alphabet 1 – How to Make a Nice Cup of Tea – Translation.
192 Practice Text with the Clear Alphabet 2 – b Gining t Tee Chnumbz.
193 Practice Text with the Clear Alphabet 2 – Beginning to Teach Numbers – Translation.
194 Practice Text with the Clear Alphabet 3 – uh kon tr Ver sh l Pin yn
195 Practice Text with the Clear Alphabet 3 – A Controversial Opinion – Translation.
196 Transport – Discussion Words.
197 Transport – Discussion Words (with the Clear Alphabet).
198 Transport – Discussion Words (with the IPA).
199 List of Common Weak Forms in Spoken English.
200 Cut-Up Clear Alphabet Sentence – Example.
201 Cut-Up Clear Alphabet Sentence – Blank.
Relevant Material from Talk a Lot Elementary Handbook.
203 Spelling and Sounds – Vowel Clusters.
210 Spelling and Sounds – Common Vowel Clusters (Student’s Handout).
213 List of Vowel Clusters – In Alphabetical Order.
217 Spelling and Sounds – Consonant Clusters.
223 Spelling and Sounds – Common Consonant Clusters (Student’s Handout).
225 Common Suffixes and What they Indicate.
226 Suffixes and Word Stress.
227 Discussion Words with Suffixes in Elementary Book 2.
228 List of Noun/Verb Homographs.
229 Working Out Word Stress – Two-Syllable Words where the First Syllable is a Schwa.



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