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VENUS CASTILLO CABANSAG

GRADE 8 ENGLISH

2019-2020

8-ISAIAH/JEREMIAH/EZEKIEL

DANILO B. ALEGADO, Ed.D.

MS. MERCELITA P. LALATA, Ph.D.

VENUS CASTILLO CABANSAG

GRADE 10 ENGLISH

2019-2020

10- LEVITICUS

DANILO B. ALEGADO, Ed.D.

MS. MERCELITA P. LALATA, Ph.D.

VENUS C. CABANSAG PEDIMOR D. CABANSAG

VENUS C. CABANSAG PEDIMOR D. CABANSAG

VENUS C. CABANSAG PEDIMOR D. CABANSAG

VENUS C. CABANSAG PEDIMOR D. CABANSAG

VENUS C. CABANSAG PEDIMOR D. CABANSAG

VENUS C. CABANSAG PEDIMOR D. CABANSAG


FRIENDLY REMINDERS from TEACHER VHEN

***REQUIREMENTS IN THE SUBJECT:


1. ATTENDANCE – 90% OF THE TOTAL DAYS (ex. 180 out of 200 DAYS)
2. 2 NOTEBOOKS: 1 FOR QUIZ NOTEBOOK and 1 FOR NOTES
3. INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE: RECITATION/PARTICIPATION, etc.
4. GROUP PROJECT: CHORIC READING/ROLE-PLAYING, etc.
***HOUSE RULES:
1. BE RESPECTFUL: RESPECT YOUR TEACHERS, CLASSMATES, PRINCIPAL OR ANY PERSON IN AUTHORITY:
WHEN YOU RESPECT EVERYONE, YOU WILL LISTEN TO THEM WHEN THEY’RE SPEAKING, EXPLAINING
OR SHARING SOMETHING…HONESTY AND COURTESY COME ALONG WITH RESPECT!
2. BE RESPONSIBLE: EVEN WITHOPUT THE TEACHER, DOP YPOUR RESPONSIBILITIES AS STUDENTS!
3. BE HAPPY LEARNING!

QUARTER Q: LESSON 1 PROSODIC FEATURES OF THE LANGUAGE

 What is Language?
- Pronounced as / la -ɡwij /
- It is the method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of
the use of words in a structured and conventional way;
- a system of communication used by a particular country or community.

 Simple illustration of the Communication


 The Prosodic Features of the Language:
 Prosodic Feature - this is the collective term used to describe variations in stress,
pitch, loudness, tempo, and rhythm. These features are all involved in intonation,
stress, and rhythm.
A. STRESS
- Stress is the relative emphasis or the prominence given to certain syllables in a
word, or to certain words in a phrase or sentence. In English, stressed syllables are
louder than non-stressed syllables. Also, they are longer and have a higher pitch.

Example: object vs. object record vs. record


B. INTONATION
- the rise and fall of the voice in speaking
*Types of Intonation:
b.1 Rising Intonation

b.2 Falling Intonation

b.3 Falling-Rising Intonation

C. LOUDNESS
- Related to weak and strong syllables in English and in the extra prominence given
to nuclear syllables. In more extended speech, loudness can be used for other
effects
- It is associated with anger (though anger can also be indicated by very quiet, tense
speech). In public speaking, orators produce powerful effects by varying the
loudness of their speech.

D. TEMPO
- This is the pace of the speech; this too can be varied. Fast speech can convey
urgency, whereas slower speech can be used for emphasis. Varying the tempo can
also be used for effect in public speaking, often accompanying changes in loudness.
When reading stories to children, we can vary the tempo and loudness to reinforce
the meaning of the words.

E. JUNCTURE
- is the manner of moving (transition) or mode of relationship between two
consecutive sounds;
- t is the relationship between two successive syllables in speech: a juncture is,
formally, a suprasegmental phonemic cue, a means by which a listener can
distinguish between two otherwise identical sequences of sounds that have
different meanings
example: "I scream" and "ice cream."

F. PITCH
- In some languages, a change in pitch signifies a different word; is the rise and fall
of our voice when we speak, sometimes called "highness" or "lowness." We use
pitch to gives subtle meaning to sentences. The use of pitch is called intonation,
but the words "pitch" and "intonation" are often used interchangeably. Pitch is
directly related to word and syllable stress.

G. RHYTHM
- a strong, regular, repeated pattern of movement or sound.
- the systematic arrangement of musical sounds, principally according to duration
and periodic stress.