The IPA for Beginners
We hope you will have a wonderful time and learn a lot about the International Phonetic Alphabet.
- By the end of the course you will have a deeper understanding of the International Phonetic Alphabet, what it signifies and how to use it.
Lyn has written three books on the subject of literacy and language, supported by online courses too. The links below will take you to each book.
7 thoughts on “The IPA for Beginners”
My name is Emma, I’m from Adelaide and I’m about to embark on my first teaching role with my own class. I have taught part-time before, working one day a week with one teacher Yr. 2 and one day a week in another class Yr. 3. I have also team taught for a year before but I have never had my own class. I’m excited to learn more to help my Yr. 2 students.
What an exciting year for you, Emma! Good luck!
I am reading Speech to Print at the moment and feeling a bit overwhelmed with the content that references the IPA, so I’m looking forward to finishing this course with a better understanding of what I need to know.
Oh good stuff!
Thank you for the comprehensive and easy to understand explanation of the IPA Lyn! This has helped me understand why my Aboriginal students are writing a “k” instead of “g”- they’re not hearing the voiced sound. With this understanding I can explain this better and we can practice saying the words and listening for the sound, as well as feeling what our mouth is doing. Hopefully this can help hone in on the phonemes better for improved writing of graphemes.
Literacy Intervention Teacher
Diana that is such kind feedback and I’m honoured that you would consider using my material for these purposes!
Daniela! Sorry! Autocorrect!