Accent Modification

Working on functional vocabulary for home practice
Working on functional vocabulary for home practice
A foreign accent is when a person speaks their second language using some of the rules or sounds of their first language. A regional accent, or dialect, refers to a person using some of the common rules or sounds from another part of the country. Accent modification focuses on speech sounds (consonants and vowels), stress, intonation, and other naturalness factors (ex. rate of speech). Our graduate clinicians work with individuals who want to improve English communication skills for:
Career settings
Academia
Social settings
Upcoming job interviews
Upcoming promotions
 

Kari Comer

Kari Comer is the primary supervisor for the Accent Modification specialty clinic, the Study Abroad Coordinator, adjunct faculty, and involved with clinical externship placement.

Geoffrey Greenman

Geoffrey Greenman is the primary supervisor for the Literacy specialty track and also provides supervision in the Accent Modification specialty clinic.