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* Below are the lecture and chapter headings of The Phonetic Theory of English.
The summary aim of Lecture 1 is to present background information regarding phonetics and whole word approaches that are representative of teaching in the literacy field today, and to introduce initial primary components, such as numerical and phonetic superscription and graphic elements. These constitute the initial introduction to The DD Code 4-way sound-to-letter summary key of the Phonetic Code of English.
Lecture 1 also presents comparisons in the use of the Phonetic Code of English with the International Phonetic Symbols for decoding text in reading, deriving speech from text, and the effect on the English language by their different uses.
Further summary aim orientates student preparation for introduction to Lecture 2. This is the study of the derivation of the one-to-one-to-one correlation of The DD Code, to sound-to-letter, to International Phonetic Symbol relationship, as proof for the Phonetic Code of English.