|Affiliaton(s)||University of Kent|
|Venue||4. Etage, Raum 403 (Seminarraum)|
In this day-long seminar, I will be covering essential information researchers need to have in order to work on intonation. In the morning sessions, the seminar will cover practical aspects to do with phonetic measurements. In the afternoon sessions, the seminar with cover the fundamental tenets of the autosegmental-metrical (AM) model of intonational phonology for those interested in ToBI-like annotation of data. Both the morning and afternoon sessions will start with lectures, followed by demonstrations, hands-on practice with data, and Q&A. Familiarity with Praat is expected, but extensive experience with intonation, though helpful, is not required.
9:30-10:45 What is intonation and how to measure it?
10:45-11:05 coffee break
11:05-12:30 Practical exercises using Praat
12:30-2:00 lunch break
2:00-3:15 How does AM work?
3:15-3.35 coffee break
3:35-5:00 Practice with annotation, and Q&A