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Irini Atkinson
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Articulation & Phonology
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Early Childhood, Primary, Intermediate, Secondary, Adult

Monster Mouth BOSS Strategy Improving intelligibility in connected speech

The BOSS strategy is one I use with children who are quite verbal but are still quite difficult to understand in connected speech (vs single words).   I find this helps them to remember to really ennunciate or over-articulate and helps eliminate that collapsing of syllables and neutralization of vowels I often see in their connected speech (but not at the single word level).  

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<div style='margin:0 auto;font-family:Arial,sans-serif;background-color: #eeeeee; border-radius: 10px; padding: 5px; width: 350px;'><a href='https://lessonpix.com/materials/929398/Slowly' style='display: block;'><img style='display:block;margin:0 auto; border:none' width='335' height='335' alt='Monster Mouth' src='https://lessonpix.com/actionshots/cover/929398/335/Slowly.jpg'></img><div style='font-size: 20px; text-align: center;'><a href='https://lessonpix.com/materials/929398/Slowly' style='display: block;'>Monster Mouth</a></div><div style='font-size: 12px;'><p>The BOSS strategy is one I use with children who are quite verbal but are still quite difficult to understand in connected speech (vs single words).   I find this helps them to remember to really ennunciate or over-articulate and helps eliminate that collapsing of syllables and neutralization of vowels I often see in their connected speech (but not at the single word level).  </p></div><div style='font-size: 10px; text-align: right;'><a href='https://lessonpix.com/users/atkinsoni'>By atkinsoni at LessonPix.com</a></div></div></div>

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