By Patricia Elizabeth Spencer, Marc Marschark
Offers an image of what's recognized approximately deaf kid's language improvement in a number of occasions and contexts. This publication states that from this base of data, development in examine and its software will speed up, and limitations to deaf kid's complete participation on this planet round them will remain overcome.
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Indeed, listeners often take notice of the oddity of a syllable with a transition that seems especially long; they perceive the movement of the vocal tract as being too slow in terms of the pattern of change in the resonances of the vocal tract, which are perceived naturally by the human ear as ‘‘formants’’ of the acoustic signal (see Liberman, Delattre, Cooper, & Gerstman, 1954). Hence, we can say that the rapid transition requirement of articulatory movement in canonical syllables corresponds to a perceived rapid change in formant transitions.
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Whether this difference could result in Cued Speech being less effective for learners of English than French remains to be determined (such irregularities do affect performance in some tasks; see Alegria & Lechat, 2005). Nevertheless, the fact that the beneﬁts to deaf children’s spoken English have not received empirical support in the decades since the creation of Cued Speech (for English) suggests that such evidence is neither easily produced nor of great generality. How can we expect parents and their deaf children to embrace methods alleged to support the development of spoken language when we are unable to demonstrate their utility?