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Listening to compressed speech

Paul A Gade

Listening to compressed speech

the effects of instructions, experience, and preference

by Paul A Gade

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Published by U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences in Alexandria, Va. (5001 Eisenhower Ave., Alexandria, Va. 22333) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Compressed speech,
  • Speech perception

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul A. Gade and David Gertman
    SeriesTechnical paper -- 369, Technical paper (U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences) -- 369
    ContributionsGertman, David, U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences. Educational Technology & Training Simulation Technical Area
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 12 p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14856929M

    Using your ideas after observing the poster above, write a speech for the morning assembly on ‘Female foeticide a bane’. Do not exceed words. 7. You have to give a speech on the topic, ‘Introduction of grades in the Board Examinations for classes X and XII’. You have read a few newspapers and made the following notes. • listen for intonation patterns in utterances • identify grammatical forms and functions • recognize contractions and connected speech • recognize linking words Top-down processing relies on prior knowledge and experience to build the meaning of a listening text using the information provided by sounds and words.

      Listen to the app reading aloud or read on screen web pages, news articles, long emails, TXT, PDF, DOC, DOCX, RTF, OpenOffice documens, EPUB, MOBI, PRC, AZW and FB2 ebooks and more. It's an HTML reader, document reader and ebook reader all in one, both for reading on-screen, or listening when your eyes hurt, malfunction or are busy elsewhere. . Speech that is difficult to understand; Audio Book Interaction. During their speaking time, the remainder of the class will stand when they hear any of these fillers occur in the speech. The class is listening and the speaker is hyper-aware of the words that they use. It is a deliberate shock to the speaker to see the entire class stand.

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Listening to compressed speech by Paul A Gade Download PDF EPUB FB2

Listening to compressed speech (OCoLC) Online version: Gade, Paul A. Listening to compressed speech (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul A Gade; David Gertman; U.S.

Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences. Educational. Get this from a library. Listening to compressed speech: the effects of instructions, experience, and preference. [Paul A Gade; David Gertman; U.S. Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences.

Educational Technology & Training Simulation Technical Area,]. Considering the facts that students spend from 40% to 90% of their class time listening, that listening skills can be taught and improved, that the use of Listening to compressed speech book tapes can improve reading skills and that the necessary tape equipment is available at reasonable prices, educators should begin to make more use of this instructional medium.

Since listening plays such a large role in communication and learning, audio tapes can function in an important fashion in the design and delivery of instruction. In addition, recent research indicates that compressed audio tapes, in which speech is edited electronically by a sampling method so that the words-per-minute rate is increased without changing the pitch, volume or Author: Harun Arrasjid.

Forty normal college students rated the difficulty of listening to samples of speech subjected to 20, 30, 40, and 50% time compression compared with a standard consisting of normal speech.

A male and female speaker were by: There is a novelty in listening to time-compressed speech for the first time that is quickly overcome with experience. Even naive listeners can tolerate compressions of up to 50%, and with hours of training, substantially higher speeds are possible [ OFW65 ].

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How to Win Friends and Influence People. Starting in the late fifties, researchers began experimenting with time-compressed speech and measuring the ability of subjects to comprehend material at high rates of.

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Compressed Speech: Correlates of Listening Ability. Herbert L. Friedman. Herbert L. Friedman is research scientist and principal investigator of Research on Speeded Speech as an Educational Medium; and Rate Controlled Speech and Mediating Variables in Second Language Learning in the Communications Research Program in the Washington Office of.

The current study provided an investigation into the relationship of the results of the compressed speech listening test (CSLT). The CSLT suggests that "making sense" from a compressed speech sound may access a function comparable to that used in traditional vision-based tests of simultaneous processing.

ral properties of speech should be good predictors of speech comprehension in adverse listening conditions. One effective method of temporal degradation of speech is time compression. An important property of this method is that time-compressed speech preserves the pitch and prosody of original speech but increases the.

This book is a powerful reminder of the good listening can do. Taylor builds an incredible block fortress but it suddenly, unexpectedly comes crashing down. Taylor is completely distraught and a small army of animals come through one by one, each giving lots of advice on the best way to deal with Taylor’s loss.

Listening is also challenging on humans because it requires them to use real time comprehension skills. This means the individual must listen, interpret and understand almost instantaneously in order to understand what a person is saying.

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Second - it’s free. Third - it uses almost no data - so it’s available offline too, and you save money. If you like listening on the go, as while driving or walking - get our free Android Text Reader App. Time-compressed speech refers to an audio recording of verbal text in which the text is presented in a much shorter time interval than it would through normally-paced real time speech.

The basic purpose is to make recorded speech contain more words in a given time, yet still be understandable. Using time-compressed speech methodology, a program was developed which attempted to improve the reading rate and comprehension of U.S.

Navy personnel with low reading ability. Four groups of trainees were tested. One group read training text while simultaneously listening to a speeded auditory version of the same text. If the book you seek is in the public domain, like many of the classics, you can find them at Project Gutenberg where many titles are available in plain text that can easily be input into a text-to-speech program.

Some book titles have already been converted to audio and can be directly downloaded from their digital library.Compressed speech tapes--recordings of a voice reading a selection at the normal rate of approximately words per minute that are speeded up to as much as words a minute--can be used successfully with students to provide practice in improving reading rate and comprehension.

In a field test conducted with 23 high school juniors and seniors of average .Linking ESL Instruction to the BEST Plus and CASAS Listening Assessments July CDE/AEFL, Jane C. Miller [email protected] 2 Characteristics of an effective listening activity x the listening “text” is brief (1 – 3 minutes) x a purpose for listening is identified and shared with learners.