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Phonology, also known as phonetics, is the study of the particular sound units (phonemes) in languages. It can be compared to phonetics, which is the study of human speech in general, and includes the articulation and perception of sounds.
Phonology aims to describe the sounds (phonemes) that are distinctive in a language. This can be done by identifying minimal pairs such as 'tin' and 'bin'.
Phonological areas looked at in language teaching include phonemes, intonation, stress, accent and features of connected speech such as elision, intrusion and catenation.This unit gave me the strongest description of what my classroom should look like. Here I learned management skills to help keep my classroom running effectively. This chapter touched on issues such on establishing rapport, handling/maintaining discipline, pros and cons of classroom arrangements, proper teaching methods for effective classroom communication, and various ways to group students during activities. I felt the text for this unit to be essential to my understanding of how to create the best classroom environment for both the students and the teacher.