Hmmm? I don’t know about you, but I prefer the word “buzz.”
You say the letters “buzz” are important because they are “in the air” and cause our ears to “buzz” when the speaker is close. However, the most important thing about those letters is their presence on the page in question. In fact, “buzzing” seems to be a bit of a misnomer. I believe a “buzz” is much more like a “clack,” a sudden click that causes our ears to adjust to a different, but similar, source of sound while our brains are still trying to process what they just heard.
Here is a great video of how I know my ears “feel” the words that I read. There are three main components that we notice when reading words:
1. The sound of the “clack” (if present);
2. The intensity of the word (if present);
3. The vowel sound being used as the “grapheme” or “voice” (if present).
Let’s examine each of these components, with the help of an audio recording that has been converted from a recording where the word was read by a non-speaker.
The first thing we notice about this recording, is how a “clack” sounds. It is as though there has been a clack at that position on the page!
The second thing we notice is an intense “buzzing” sensation. If the “buzz” has been very small, the vowel is used very loud as the “voice” of the word is making contact with our brains’ ear drum.
The third thing we notice is that the vowel is being very very difficult to make because it doesn’t “clack,” it kind of clacks – making a very sharp, precise clacking noise.
You can take this recording and read it in different ways. I like to make a visual interpretation of what I am hearing. In the first half of the video, I see what I think is the “Voice” (if present) at the same place as the “Voice” in the other half of the recording. In this way, I identify the two parts on the page that are speaking in their normal voices.
In the second half of the recording, I think I will use a few key words to get a better understanding of what is going on. This will
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