SHS 310 ASU The Sagittal Views of Tongue Movement During Speaking Lab Report

SHS 310 ASU The Sagittal Views of Tongue Movement During Speaking Lab Report

Lab 4 – Muscles of articulation                                                                                   (Extra Credit – 10 points)

Observe the sagittal views of tongue movement during speaking and swallowing in the following links and answer the questions below each link:

Between time 0:00 and 0:18, how many times does the velum close off the nasal cavity?  ______

In which time point is the vallecula most clearly visible?    Circle one:  0:03 – 0:04 / 0:14 – 0:15

 

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                At time point 1:04, which muscle is being contracted?  SHS 310 ASU The Sagittal Views of Tongue Movement During Speaking Lab Report

Circle one: hyoglossus / transverse / palatoglossus

 

Based on tongue movement, what phoneme is the person producing at time 0:02? _______

Identify the position and configuration of two structures that support your choice:

  1. ___________________________________________________
  2. ___________________________________________________

Identify the phoneme at time 0:04: _______ Give two reasons why you think this:

  1. ___________________________________________________
  2. ___________________________________________________

Between 0:14 and 0:15, what phoneme does the speaker produce?  ________

How can you tell whether this sound is nasal or oral?

Look at _______________________________________________

 

Putting it all together: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y05yGLkrOko

At time 0:59, what is happening with the superior constrictor and palatopharyngeus muscles?

__________________________________ What phoneme is being produced?  ________

Name another muscle which is being contracted:  _______________________________

Whatvowel is being produced at time 1:00?  _______ Which muscles are being contracted for this phoneme?  ________________________________________

Make one observation about this final link related to respiration or phonation:

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