Connecting experimental methods and language teaching: Learner perceptions of oral and nasal vowels in Lakota

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2019-03-03
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Henke, Ryan E.
Camp, Amber B.
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This study demonstrates that seeing written representations of Lakota words helps native speakers of English improve their ability to distinguish Lakota vowel contrasts not present in English. These results demonstrate the connections to be made between language documentation and description, methods from experimental linguistics, and applications for teaching indigenous languages. (session 2.5.5)
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