A spontán beszéd és a felolvasás temporális jellemzői kisiskolás korban

  • Judit Bóna ELTE BTK Fonetikai Tanszék, Budapest


Temporal characteristics of spontaneous speech and reading in primary and middle school age

The aim of this study is to examine the temporal differences between spontaneous speech and reading of schoolchildren of different ages. Third, fifth and seventh-grade children participated in the study. The results show that speech tempo does not change linearly with the increase of age. In the comparison of the age groups, the difference between speech production processes (planning of spontaneous speech and becoming practiced in reading) has been observed. On the other hand, the comparison of the temporal characteristics of the two speech tasks showed how the two types of speech planning processes are related in naive readers and in experienced readers.