It ain't what you say, it's the way that you say it
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Key stage
Category: Diversity and change Accents and dialects
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Contributor: Contributor 386206
Published: 16/11/2007
Updated: 20/11/2007
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Description
An introduction to the international phonetic alphabet for students, and a series of tasks looking at six sets of 'Lanky' data, the Northern English vernacular dialect and accent of Lancashire.  

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25/03/2019

I have not used it yet, but plan to incorporate it into my IB Language and Literature unit on Language and Culture. We will be discussing the development of English and the variants of English that are available around the globe. I would like to use this as a triggering document for my students to gather and analyse data from different Kiwi English pronunciations and draw conclusions on the contextual issues that have affected those sound variations. I'll let you know how this goes!

Jacqueline Navarro

10/12/2013

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25/03/2019

I have not used it yet, but plan to incorporate it into my IB Language and Literature unit on Language and Culture. We will be discussing the development of English and the variants of English that are available around the globe. I would like to use this as a triggering document for my students to gather and analyse data from different Kiwi English pronunciations and draw conclusions on the contextual issues that have affected those sound variations. I'll let you know how this goes!

Jacqueline Navarro

10/12/2013

5

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