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Topic: Articulation

In the News (Thu 23 May 19)

  ASHA: Q & A about Articulation Problems
Articulation is the process by which sounds, syllables, and words are formed when your tongue, jaw, teeth, lips, and palate alter the air stream coming from the vocal folds.
Articulation problems may result from physical handicaps, such as cerebral palsy, cleft palate.
As most articulation problems can be helped regardless of a person's age, but the longer the problem persists, the harder it is to change.
www.kidsource.com /ASHA/articulation.html   (689 words)

  III. Syndesmology. 6e. Radioulnar Articulation. Gray, Henry. 1918. Anatomy of the Human Body.
The articulation of the radius with the ulna is effected by ligaments which connect together the extremities as well as the bodies of these bones.
—This articulation is a trochoid or pivot-joint between the circumference of the head of the radius and the ring formed by the radial notch of the ulna and the annular ligament.
Both surfaces are clothed by synovial membrane; the upper, by that of the distal radioulnar articulation, the under, by that of the wrist.
www.bartleby.com /107/85.html   (1074 words)

 Single articulation door hinge - Patent 5477590
The single articulation hinge according to claim 1, wherein said spring is supported at least in part by said closed coil on the other of said at least two cup casing contact surfaces and at least in part by the closed coil on said at least one hinge axis contact point.
The single articulation hinge according to claim 2, said hinge arm pressure roller means comprising a cam disposed on the hinge arm, and said spring is supported at least in part by the hinge arm cam.
The single articulation hinge according to claim 3, further comprising a pair of said springs, said bent end of each spring defining a pin receptacle, and said hinge arm pressure roller means further comprising a pin received in the receptacles and urged by the springs against said hinge arm cam.
www.freepatentsonline.com /5477590.html   (1408 words)

  Articulation (sociology) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Articulating principles "operate by combining existing elements into new patterns or by attaching new connotations to them".
Some scholars may prefer the theory of articulation, where "class does not coincide with the sign community", (Volosinov 1973, p.23), to the theory of homology, where class does coincide with the sign community and where economic forces determine the superstructure.
However, "it seems likely that some signifying structures are more easily articulated to the interests of one group than are some others" and cross-connotation, "when two or more different elements are made to connote, symbolize, or evoke each other", can set up "particularly strong articulative relationships".
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Articulation_(sociology)   (345 words)

 Articulation FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Articulation is the process by which sounds, syllables, and words are formed when your tongue, jaw, teeth, lips, and palate alter the air stream coming from the vocal folds.
A person has an articulation problem when he or she produces sounds, syllables, or words incorrectly so that listeners do not understand what is being said or pay more attention to the way the words sound than to what they mean.
Articulation problems may result from physical causes, such as cerebral palsy, cleft palate, or hearing loss, or may be related to other problems in the mouth, such as dental problems.
www.njsha.org /faq/articulation.htm   (744 words)

 Articulation & Transfer
Welcome to the North Carolina Community College Articulation and Transfer Page.
Here you will find information concerning the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA) with the University of North Carolina System and the articulation agreement with the North Carolina High Schools.
To find out the most recent changes to the contents of the Articulation and Transfer web pages, click on
www.ncccs.cc.nc.us /Articulation   (103 words)

 Semiotics for Beginners: Articulation
Presumably because of this potential confusion, theoretical linguists have largely abandoned the use of the term articulation in the structural sense, preferring to refer to 'duality of patterning', but semioticians continue to use the term.
A semiotic code which has 'double articulation' (as in the case of verbal language) can be analysed into two abstract structural levels: a higher level called 'the level of first articulation' and a lower level - 'the level of second articulation' (Nöth 1990; Eco 1976, 231ff).
In language, the phonemes /b/, /p/ and /t/ are elements of second articulation, the function of which is to distinguish between words, such as /pin/, /bin/ and /tin/, which are elements of the first articulation of language.
www.aber.ac.uk /media/Documents/S4B/sem08a.html   (2174 words)

 Case with invisible articulation means - Patent 6772899
The articulation means have a pin and a seating in which the pin pivots in a direction of rotation, in order to articulate the lid with respect to the base between a closed position in which the articulation means are concealed on the inside of the case and an open position.
It aims to provide an articulation the means of which are concealed on the inside of the case, between the base and the lid, and consequently invisible when the lid is in the closed position.
the second part of the articulation means further comprises guide means co-operating with said tongue to combine the rotation and the translation of the first part of the articulation means with respect to the second part of the articulation means between the closed position and the open position of the lid.
www.freepatentsonline.com /6772899.html   (2016 words)

 CSUF Admissions and Records - Articulation
Articulation agreements identify individual courses from transfer institutions that are comparable to, or "acceptable in lieu of" corresponding courses at CSU Fullerton.
Successful completion of an articulated course assures the student and the faculty that the student has taken the appropriate course enabling progression to the next level of instruction a t CSU Fullerton.
The ASSIST website is the official statewide repository of articulation information that includes UC Transferable Course Agreements, IGETC lists, CSU Baccalaureate lists, CSU GE Breadth lists, Course to Course Articulation and Major Preparation Articulation for the Universities of California and the California State Universities.
www.fullerton.edu /admissions/ProspectiveStudent/Articulation.asp   (272 words)

 Student Outreach Services :: Articulation
"Articulation" refers to an agreement between 2 colleges that certain courses have been approved to satisfy General Education (GE) requirements or that certain courses are comparable.
Completing an articulated course assures students that they have taken the appropriate course needed for GE and/or the major.
Articulation is primarily designed for students transferring from a California Community College (CCC) to a California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC).
www.sfsu.edu /%7Eoutreach/articulation.htm   (363 words)

 Double Articulation
Articulation, which is constitutive of a stratum, is always a double articulation (double pincer).
The double articulation sometimes coincides with the molecular and the molar, and sometimes not; this is because content and expression are sometimes divided along those lines and sometimes along different lines.
Since every articulation is double, there is not an articulation of content and an articulation of expression -- the articulation of content is double in its own right and constitutes a relative expression within content; the articulation of expression is also double and constitutes a relative content within expression.
freespace.virgin.net /drama.land/projects/schizoanalysis/doublearticulation.html   (617 words)

 articulation - Articulation Procedures
CSU Monterey Bay accepts all course work articulated by the by the CSU and UC system wide offices for IGETC (Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum) from California Community Colleges, in accordance with guidelines established for IGETC.
Articulation requests, proposals, issues and concerns are coordinated by the Articulation Office at CSUMB and facilitated by the Articulation Officer, who works closely with Articulation Officers and other articulation personnel at the campuses with whom we have agreements.
Formal, faculty-approved articulation agreements and Major Prep Formats are published on CSU Monterey Bay's Articulation Website and on ASSIST, the statewide database repository of official articulation agreements.
articulation.csumb.edu /site/x7636.xml   (429 words)

 OAISD | Articulation   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Articulation is a process that enables students to receive college credits for skills developed in high school career and technical education classes.
The purpose of this regional articulation agreement is to provide a mechanism that will enable college credits to be awarded to students for skills and competencies achieved in career and technical education programs at secondary schools and buildings in the participating districts.
Articulating students must apply to and be accepted by the college within the timeframe specified by the specific college (see Section II: Specific Articles of Agreement) to be eligible for college credit under this agreement.
www.oaisd.org /ps/articula.htm   (1740 words)

 Articulation model history
The Colorado Nursing Articulation Model was designed in 1990, distributed in 1991 and implemented in all nursing programs in state.
Articulation is a process through which nursing programs cooperate to facilitate educational progress of students with minimum repetition.
Nurses articulating from either the practical nurse to associate degree level or the diploma/associate degree to the baccalaureate level receives approximately one year of nursing credit for previous nursing course work.
www.uchsc.edu /ahec/cando/nursing/history.htm   (411 words)

 Community College & Technical Center MIS - Articulation Report 1992-1994   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Articulation is the means by which schools, colleges, and universities coordinate their programs and services to facilitate the movement of students through the educational system.
Articulation is especially critical to the success of Florida's postsecondary education system which is based on the two-plus-two system.
This Articulation Report presents descriptive headcount (full-time and part-time) statistics for those students in Florida's State University System (SUS) who, prior to enrolling in their respective universities, were enrolled in one of Florida's twenty-eight public community colleges.
www.firn.edu /doe/arm/cctcmis/pubs/articulation/artic95/artic95.htm   (1447 words)

 Santa Barbara City College - Articulation
Articulation is the process of evaluating courses to determine whether a particular course offered at Santa Barbara City College is comparable to, or acceptable in lieu of, a corresponding course at a particular CSU or UC campus.
An articulation agreement is an agreement with a four-year institution that specifies which SBCC classes may be transferred to meet general education, elective, or major requirements.
The purpose of articulation is to facilitate the successful transfer of students from the community colleges to the baccalaureate colleges and universities.
www.sbcc.cc.ca.us /articulation/index.php?sec=457   (571 words)

 Santa Monica College Transfer Center - Articulation
Articulation is the process that links two educational institutions to help students make a smooth transition from the community college to the university or college without experiencing a delay or duplication of coursework.
Courses at the Community College are identified as equivalent to courses at the university.
This equivalency, or articulation, can be done course-to-course, for major requirements and/or for general education requirements.
www.smc.edu /transfer/articulation   (360 words)

 Acromioclavicular Articulation
The acromioclavicular articulation is an arthrodial joint between the acromial end of the clavicle and the medial margin of the acromion of the scapula.
—This ligament is a quadrilateral band, covering the superior part of the articulation, and extending between the upper part of the acromial end of the clavicle and the adjoining part of the upper surface of the acromion.
—The movements of this articulation are of two kinds: (1) a gliding motion of the articular end of the clavicle on the acromion; (2) rotation of the scapula forward and backward upon the clavicle.
www.tripdatabase.com /spider.html?itemid=159463   (954 words)

 School-College Articulation and Proficiency Standards: A Status Report   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A primary purpose of our articulation study is to work to close the gap between the two levels; our goal is to set guidelines so that one year of high school language study corresponds closely with one semester of college study.
Forty of the survey respondents indicated that articulation projects or the designing of proficiency standards in the schools were in process, on state and local levels, in their areas.
completed or in progress that were funded in the area of articulation and proficiency standards; (c) help available from the language center or elsewhere to implement a given set of standards; (d) articulation and proficiency projects going on in other locations and people to contact there; (e) the names and addresses of available consultants.
www.mla.org /adfl/bulletin/v19n1/191008.htm   (5510 words)

 Welcome to ASSIST
ASSIST is the official repository of articulation for California’s public colleges and universities and provides the most accurate and up-to-date information about student transfer in California.
An articulated course is a course taken at one college or university that can be used to satisfy a subject matter requirement at another college or university.
The California Articulation Number (CAN) is a supplemental common course numbering system aimed at helping students and faculty identify courses that fulfill major preparation requirements at the California State University.
www.assist.org   (1759 words)

 Academic Transfer Articulation
Articulation A-Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
Articulation - The process of determining the transfer and applicability of courses from one institution of higher education to another.
Pathways are designed so that all credits included in the pathway will apply toward graduation in the baccalaureate majors with which the pathway articulates.
www.asu.edu /provost/articulation/glossary/index.html   (997 words)

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The good news is, while it may seem challenging at first to clearly articulate all of your words, clear articulation will quickly replace poor articulation and become a new habit.
Good articulation does not mean "changing who you are" or "speaking like a snob"; think of it as just being appropriate.
Articulation and the adequacy of our speech affect our social, emotional, educational, and vocational status, as well as the overall quality of our lives.
www.freetoasthost.org /Articulation.html   (703 words)

 Gavilan College -> Articulation -> Process
Articulation is a planned process linking two or more educational systems to help students make a smooth transition from the secondary level of occupational and educational experiences to the post-secondary level without experiencing delay or duplication of learning.
This willingness to articulate is not the actual articulation itself, but the acceptance of the belief that articulation benefits students and the realization of the importance of linkages between schools.
The Gavilan/High School ROP Articulation Form, Course-to-Course or Program-to-Program is used to list and certify required objectives and competencies included in the high school/ROP and college curriculum.
www.gavilan.edu /articulation/process.html   (505 words)

 Articulation   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Only as late as the beginning of the 17th century is articulation expressed in notated form and only at the end of the 18th century is there fully developed system of notation for articulation in music.
String players articulate by means of their bowing, wind players with control of their breath, and keyboard players by removing the finger or hand.
The finest forms of articulation can be found in Mozart’s music, where, for instance, in his Adagio-Variation of the Piano Sonata in A Major, a staccato run changes over into a legato; but no one understood the elementary expression afforded by articulation as well as Beethoven.
www.bach-cantatas.com /Topics/Articulation.htm   (6470 words)

 Career and Technical   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Articulation saves time and money by eliminating repetition through a serious program of study.
Articulation also aligns secondary and post secondary curriculum, addresses the competencies to prepare students for the future workforce, and provides business and industry with competent employees.
Williamson County Schools in its employment of personnel and in its educational activities with students does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, or disability.
www.wcs.edu /parentstudent/careertech/articulation.htm   (143 words)

 What is articulation?
The main purpose of articulation is no student should be required to repeat the same course in college for which credit was previously received in high school.
Articulation is a formal agreement between two or more educational systems to help students make a smooth transition from the high school level to the college level without experiencing delay or duplication of learning.
Articulation agreements are made between area high schools, adult schools or ROP programs and San Joaquin Delta College that requires collaboration between instructors at each site.
www.sjdccd.cc.ca.us /dept/techprep/articulation.html   (223 words)

 IU Trombone Department- Articulation   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I try not to be a tone fetishist, and strive to subordinate the tone to the articulation.
Beyond the musical considerations of articulating and inflecting a broad range of styles, practicing tonguing-exercises can also have the effect of tempering the tone and more clearly defining its location in the tonal cavity or - if your prefer - finding and defining the "sweet spot" of the tone.
Important is that the tongue articulates the air stream, without interrupting it.
www.indiana.edu /~trombone/masterclass-notes/articulation.html   (243 words)

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