This page contains references related to presentations and the use of intonation.
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Busà, M.G. & Urbani, M. (2011) A cross linguistic analysis of pitch range in English L1 and L2. Proceedings of ICPhS 2011 (17th International Conference of Phonetic Sciences), Hong Kong, 380-383.
Hincks, R. (2004) Processing the prosody of oral presentations. Proceedings of InSTIL/ICALL 2004 – NLP and Speech Technologies in Advanced Language Learning Systems, Venice, 63-69.
Hincks, R. & Edlund, J. (2009) Using speech technology to promote increased pitch variation in oral presentations. Proceedings of SLaTE Workshop on Speech and Language Technology in Education. Wroxall, UK.
Mennen, Ineke (1998): “Can language learners ever acquire the intonation of a second language?”, In STiLL-1998, 17-20.
Mennen, I., Schaeffler, F. & Docherty, G. (2012) Cross-language difference in fundamental frequency range: A comparison of English and German. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131.3: 2249-2260.
Pickering, L. (2004) The structure and function of intonational paragraphs in native and nonnative instructional discourse. English for Specific Purposes 23: 19-43.
Rendle-Short, Johanna (2005) Managing the Transitions Between Talk and Silence in the Academic Monologue. Research on Language & Social Interaction; Vol. 38 Issue 2, p179-218, 40p.
Roach, P. (2009) English phonetics and phonology: A practical course. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Rosenberg, A. & Hirschberg, J. (2005) Acoustic/prosodic and lexical correlates of charismatic speech. Proceedings of Interspeech, – Eurospeech, 9th European Conference on Speech Communication and Technology, Lisbon.
Thompson, S.E. (2003) Text-structuring metadiscourse, intonation and the signalling of organisation in academic lectures. Journal of English for Academic Purposes 2.1: 5-20.
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Warren, P. (2005) Patterns of late rising in New Zealand English: Intonational variation or intonational change? Language Variation and Change 17.2: 209-230.