ISAPh 2018 International Symposium on Applied Phonetics

19-21 September 2018, Aizuwakamatsu, Japan

Chair: Ian Wilson

DOI: 10.21437/ISAPh.2018


Selected Papers


Teaching phonetics in the context of Indigenous language revitalization
Sonya Bird, Mizuki Miyashita

The practical application of hand gestures as a means of improving English intonation
Cristina Crison, Daniel Romero, Joaquín Romero

Discrimination training for learning sound contrasts
Izabelle Grenon, Chris Sheppard, John Archibald

The role of L1 durational correlates in L2 acquisition: A production study of Japanese geminates by Italian, French and English L2 learners
Céleste Guillemot

The investigation of suprasegmental transfer by American learners of Japanese
Yuna Hiranuma

Frequency and durational comparisons of pauses in reading two short stories by Japanese L1 and EL2 and English L1
Toshiko Isei-Jaakkola, Keiko Ochi

Integrating information technology in the teaching of English pronunciation: Designing and implementing an online course to teach word and sentence stress to tertiary level students
Nadia Kebboua, Joaquín Romero

Japanese coda [m] elicits both perceptual assimilation and epenthesis
Alexander J. Kilpatrick, Shigeto Kawahara, Rikke L. Bundgaard-Nielsen, Brett J. Baker, Janet Fletcher

Pronunciation scaffolder: Annotation accuracy
Takumi Kondo, Jun Inoue, John Blake

Using field data in phonetics classes
Seunghun J. Lee

How L2 learners perceive English prosody
Shinobu Mizuguchi, Tim Mahrt, Koichi Tateishi

Initial cluster timing in Japanese English
Jeff Moore

The improvement of Spanish/Catalan EFL students' prosody by means of explicit rhythm instruction
Leticia Quesada Vázquez, Joaquín Romero

Producing sounds in contact by raising awareness of final -ed consonant clusters in English
Daniel Romero, Cristina Crison, Joaquín Romero

What are good Japanese-into-English interpretations to the audience
Kinuko Takahashi

The effect on lexical tones on voice onset time in L2 Mandarin production by English speakers
Chiu-Ching Tseng

The possible features of natural English pronunciation for Japanese learners and native speakers of English
Maito Ueno, Toshiya Magoku, Atsuko Nishiyama

Android version of Visual Learning
Hayato Watanabe, Ian Wilson, Kyori Suzuki

The kinesthetic effect on EFL learners' intonation
Noriko Yamane, Brian Teaman, Atsushi Fujimori, Ian Wilson, Noriko Yoshimura