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In addition to learning-based habituation involving the laterobasal amygdala only (16), fetuses, for example, react differently to native and nonnative vowels (17) or familiar and unfamiliar melodic contours (18) and discriminate between different vowels of their native language (19).
---Thomas Gray Long vowels and diphthongs make the poem slow, emotional and solemn;
Lesson Category: A Confused Y Objectives: To teach and reinforce the (y) sound, and (y) as a vowel sound in words, following directions, art, music Materials: song, drawing paper, pencils, colors, poster or chalkboard, chalk (Song located here ===> Music ) (Y) as a Vowel Have the children sing the song several times. Tell them that it is good to memorize words with a (y) because sometimes (y) has the sound of a vowel in some words. The Vowels are (a,e,i,o,u, sometimes y). Give the children a sheet of drawing paper and a pencil. Demonstrate and tell them to fold the paper in half. Then fold it in half again. When they unfold the paper they will have four sections. Draw a diagram of the four sections on the chalkboard show how to write in each section. Write a number in the left corner of each section (1, 2, 3, 4). Write a (y) at the top of section one and draw a picture of a big (yam) for the (y) sound. Write an (e) at the top of section two and draw a big (bunny) for y as the (e) sound. Write an (i) at the top of section three and draw a big (fly) for y as the (i) sound. Write an (a) at the top of section four and draw a big (gray) cat for y as the (a) sound. Tell them to write the names under each picture and color them. Copyright © Revised 1995-2016 MagicVineJr.com 1 Sometimes Y as a Vowel What sound does (y) represent in each word. Write the sound on the line next to each picture. Copyright © Revised 1995-2016 MagicVineJr.com 2 Listening for Sounds Represented by (Y) Read the list of words to the children and allow them to answer what sound (y) represents in each word. Then write the words on a posterboard for the children to see. Give them drawing paper, pencils, and colors. Tell them to pick six of the words and draw a picture that shows the (y) words they choose. Then write the words and color your picture. Word List bunny - e fry - i sky - i pony - e puppy - e candy - e yellow - y funny - e sunny - e hay - a fly - i dry - i yard - y eye - i yoke - y key - e fifty - e my - i shy - i thirty - e yes - y you - y jelly - e yarn - y dry - i buy - i lucky - e say - a baby - e tiny - e yell - y year - y day - a may - a boy - e toy - e Copyright © Revised 1995-2016 MagicVineJr.com 3 Confused Y SONG (Y) is sometimes (i) like in my! (Y) is sometimes (e) like in key! (Y) is sometimes (a) like in may! And (y) is sometimes itself, like in yes! So (y) confuses itself! (Y) is sometimes (i) like in cry! (Y) is sometimes (e) like bunny! (Y) is sometimes (a) like in clay! And (y) is sometimes itself, like in your! So (y) confuses itself! The words with a (y) we must learn to know. Lots of words in your mind makes it grow and grow! (Y) may be confused, but you know the rule. So don’t let confused (y) confuse you! Copyright © Revised 1995-2016 MagicVineJr.com 4
1 (Add –s to the end of noun) cup cups student students Rule No.2 consonants before “y” change –y to i and add –es city -cities party- parties lady-ladies Rule No.3 vowels before “y” add –s boy –boys key –keys day -days Rule No.
Oxford ■ a sound formed by the combination of two vowels in a single syllable, in which the sound begins as one vowel and moves towards another (as in coin, loud, and side).
Vowels and Prosody 1.4 Consonants 1.5 Morphophonemic alternations 1.6 Pronunciations variants of CSR in Moscow and St.
4- Parts of the Body 10- My Body 11- Billy the Clown 12- My Friends Head and shoulders The Vowels My name is Paul 5- My School 13- My Schoolbag 14- My Classroom 15- My School I ve got 2 books Where s the pen ?
Mathura (U.P.) India Sanskrit Pronunciation Guide Vowels a ä i é u ü å è son, luck far, car sit, dig police, week push, full rule, boom river rethink e ai o au à ù -aù -iù set, beg (but longer) night, aisle border, saw now, how nasal m a final h-sound (at the end) aha (at the end) iha Consonants k kh g gh ì c ch j jh ï ö öh ò òh ë t th kilo, come make hay forget, go big heat sing, hang charity, much staunch heart jug, enjoy judge Harry canyon, new take, toe lighthouse down, day godhood say r and then na take, toe (tongue against teeth) lighthouse (tongue against teeth) d dh n p ph b bh m y r l v ç ñ s h down, day (tongue against teeth) goodhood (tongue against teeth) nut, north (tongue between teeth) stop, typist uphill book, boat rub hard map, famous yellow, year red, right love, look voice, very German word sprechen show service, soft help, hero || Çré Çré Gaura Gadädharau Vijayetäm || TRANSLATORS’ NOTE Ahiàsä is one of the major teachings of bhägavata dharma, the dharma promulgated by God Himself for the benefit of the entire human race.
The second special section is for reference and lists rhyming words, using the vowels and diphthongs from the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).