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Introductory lessons in reading and elocution

Richard Green Parker

Introductory lessons in reading and elocution

by Richard Green Parker

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Published by A. S. Barnes & co., H. W. Derby & co. in New York, Cincinnati .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elocution,
  • Readers and speakers

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsZachos, John Celivergos, 1820-1898
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN4111 .P28
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, [7]-195 p.
    Number of Pages195
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25454219M
    LC Control Number17000939

    Thomas Sheridan's lectures on elocution, collected in Lectures on Elocution () and his Lectures on Reading (), provided directions for marking and reading aloud passages from literature. Another actor, John Walker, published his two-volume Elements of Elocution in , which provided detailed instruction on voice control, gestures, pronunciation, and emphasis.   English Pronunciation Course for Beginners- Elocution kids Elocution kids aims to help you teach your child the basics of British English Elocution. This introduction to elocution .

    The American class-reader: containing a series of lessons in reading: with introductory exercises in articulation, inflection, emphasis, and the other essential elements of correct natural elocution ; designed for academies and common schools.   The introductory lessons are a review of the spelling book, with this cautionary note: "Designed as a review of the spelling-book,--not to supersede it. there is a form of the syllabary called “Tonic and Subtonic Combinations” for review before the reading lessons. The book begins with elocution exercises, then moves on to teaching.

    Elocution is about putting the right emphasis and nuance into what you are saying. Even kids born and bred in the UK take elocution lessons. Here you can learn: The English alphabet. How to pronounce "the". How to pronounce L; How to pronounce R; How to pronounce S; The phonetic alphabet. What those funny little phonetic symbols mean. Russell, William, Introduction to The young ladies' elocutionary reader: containing a selection of reading lessons, together with the rudiments of elocution: adapted to female readers / (Boston: James Munroe and Company, ), also by Anna U. Russell (page images at HathiTrust).


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