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RE: [LearningTechnologiesSIG] Re: Setting up customised Wikis

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  • Russell Kent
    Thank you for this information, I appreciate it. Regards, Russ Kent _____ From: LearningTechnologiesSIG@yahoogroups.com
    Message 1 of 15 , Apr 23, 2007
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      Thank you for this information, I appreciate it.



      Regards,



      Russ Kent



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      From: LearningTechnologiesSIG@yahoogroups.com
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      Sent: 22 April 2007 11:23
      To: LearningTechnologiesSIG@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [LearningTechnologiesSIG] Re: Setting up customised Wikis



      Russ Kent asked for information in this thread regarding websites where
      his students can listen to American dialects. This site, the Speech
      Accent Archive, may be a good starting point. It's compiled and
      maintained by Steven Weinberger, George Mason University:
      http://accent. <http://accent.gmu.edu> gmu.edu

      Samples of native English speakers reading the same text can be found
      here:
      http://accent.
      <http://accent.gmu.edu/browse_language.php?function=find&language=english>
      gmu.edu/browse_language.php?function=find&language=english

      A large number of US regional accents are included, as well as British,
      Australian, etc. You can listen to the texts being read and there are
      phonetic transcriptions of each speaker's pronunciation.

      Regards
      Graham Davies
      Emeritus Professor of Computer Assisted Language Learning





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