Body Parts

Fishing trip to Big horse Creek. Also present are JM's son and daughter-in-law, ??? and Mandy. CS has prepared a list of all lexical items included in the Toolbox database under the semantic domain 'body part'. This is used to elicit the names for the parts of the body with JM and to clarify the language affiliation of some of the items. Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in a spreadsheet.
Lexical elicitation: Parts of the body with JM. CS has a list of the words collected in the past and checks with JM if they are correct.
Fishing trip to Big horse Creek. Also present are JM's son and daughter-in-law, ??? and Mandy. CS has prepared a list of all lexical items included in the Toolbox database under the semantic domain 'body part'. This is used to elicit the names for the parts of the body with JM and to clarify the language affiliation of some of the items. Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in a spreadsheet. At the end, some conversation is recorded.
Continuation of session CS06_a012_01 Lexical elicitation: Parts of the body with JM. CS has a list of the words collected in the past and checks with JM if they are correct.
Sitting outside the house, NN's children are attracted to the microphone and often interfere with the recording. No other adult present. CS is using the STEDT questoinnaire to elicit the lexcial item related to the body. Words are said in English by CS and NN tries to provide equivalents in Jaminjung. She is a Ngarrinyman speaker and is unable to provide Jaminjung words in many cases. Not transcribed in Transcirber, but results collated in a spreadsheet. This session helps to point ot the inappropriateness of using the STEDT questionnaire as it is presented following the alphabetical order of the English items. It will be reorganised in a 'head-to-toe' order. This is a much more natural way of eliciting the items.
Lexical elicitation with NN: parts of the body, CS is using a list of words about the parts of the body in English, in alphabetical order, and asks NN to give her the euqivalent in Jaminjung (or Ngarinyman).
Sitting outside the house, NN's children are attracted to the microphone and often interfere with the recording. No other adult present. CS is using the STEDT questoinnaire to elicit the lexcial item related to the body. Words are said in English by CS and NN tries to provide equivalents in Jaminjung. She is a Ngarrinyman speaker and is unable to provide Jaminjung words in many cases. Not transcribed in Transcirber, but results collated in a spreadsheet. This session helps to point ot the inappropriateness of using the STEDT questionnaire as it is presented following the alphabetical order of the English items. It will be reorganised in a 'head-to-toe' order. This is a much more natural way of eliciting the items.
Continuation of session CS06_a013_01 Lexical elicitation with NN: parts of the body, CS is using a list of words about the parts of the body in English, in alphabetical order, and asks NN to give her the euqivalent in Jaminjung (or Ngarinyman).
Sitting on the veranda, nobody else present. Pictures of a fish are produced by CS, one showing the internal parts of its body, the other with the external parts. JM identifies them. CS is using the refashioned STEDT questoinnaire to elicit the lexical item related to the body and body functions. Words are said in English by CS and JM tries to provide equivalents in Jaminjung and Ngaliwurru. Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in a spreadsheet. ** Good sample of short utterances.
Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions. Pictures of a fish are produced by CS, one showing the internal parts of its body, the other with the external parts. JM identifies them and clarifies some of the items language affiliation. Then CS uses a list in Enlgish with the parts of the body, items are presented from head to toe. JM tells CS the names for parts of the body and some other words for body functions (sneezing or crying etc).
Sitting on the veranda, nobody else present. CS is using the refashioned STEDT questoinnaire to elicit the lexical item related to the body and body functions. Words are said in English by CS and JM tries to provide equivalents in Jaminjung and Ngaliwurru. Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in a spreadsheet. ** Good sample of short utterances.
Continuation of session CS06_a014_01 Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions. Pictures of a fish are produced by CS, one showing the internal parts of its body, the other with the external parts. JM identifies them and clarifies some of the items language affiliation. Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions. Pictures of a fish are produced by CS, one showing the internal parts of its body, the other with the external parts. JM identifies them and clarifies some of the items language affiliation. Then CS uses a list in English with the parts of the body (items are presented from head to toe). JM tells CS the names for parts of the body and some other words for body functions (sneezing or crying etc).
JM talks about the country, about her people and growing up there. ** Skull Creek (first 7 min0 then Marungulag (40:00 to 54:00 CS is using the refashioned STEDT questionaire to elicit the lexical items related to the body and body functions. Words are said in English by CS and JM tries to provide equivalents in Jaminjung and Ngaliwurru. Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in a spreadsheet. ** Godd sample of a paragraph for prsosodic analysis.
Trip with JM to visit her traditional country. She takes her fishing line. Her daughter-in-law M. is accompanying us. Also PTH. JM talks about the places we visit. JM also tells CS the names for the parts of the body and also body functions like sneezing or crying.
JM talks about the country, about her people and growing up there. ** Skull Creek (first 7 min0 then Marungulag (40:00 to 54:00 CS is using the refashioned STEDT questionaire to elicit the lexical items related to the body and body functions. Words are said in English by CS and JM tries to provide equivalents in Jaminjung and Ngaliwurru. Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in a spreadsheet. ** Godd sample of a paragraph for prsosodic analysis.
Continuation of session CS06_a015_01 Trip with JM to visit her traditional country. She takes her fishing line. Her daughter-in-law M.is accompanying us. Also PTH. JM tells CS the name for the parts of the body and also body functions like sneezing or crying
Sitting outside DJ's house, DJ's children are watching and sometimes interfere (knocking the microphone and heard crying). CS is using the refashioned STEDT questionnaire to elicit the lexical items related to the body and body functions. Words are said in English by CS and DJ and JoJ provide equivalents in Jaminjung and Ngaliwurru. CS also checking with the speadsheet collated with JM to clarify some of the items collected in Toolbox database language affiliation. Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in spreadsheet. ** Good sample of short utterances.
Sitting at Myatt camp, DJ's children are watching. Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions with JoJ and DJ. Continuation of session CS06_a014_01 Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions. Pictures of a fish are produced by CS, one showing the internal parts of its body, the other with the external parts. JM identifies them and clarifies some of the items language affiliation. Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions. Pictures of a fish are produced by CS, one showing the internal parts of its body, the other with the external parts. JM identifies them and clarifies some of the items language affiliation. CS uses a list in English with the parts of the body (items are presented from head to toe).
Sitting at Batchelor's place on the veranda, DR children are playing around the camp and can be heard on the recording, DR's daughter-in-law is listening to her CD player and this is also heard on recording. CS is using the refashioned STEDT questionnaire to elicit the lexical items related to the body and body functions. Words are said in English by CS and DR provides equivalents in Jaminjung and Ngaliwurru. CS is also checking with the speadsheet collated so far to clarify language affiliation for some of the items collected in Toolbox database . Not transcribed in Transcriber,.
Sitting at Batchelor's place on the veranda, DR's grandchildren are playing around the camp and can be heard on the recording, DR's daughter-in-law is listening to her CD player and this is also heard on recording. Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions with DR. Continuation of session CS06_a014_01 Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions. Pictures of a fish are produced by CS, one showing the internal parts of its body, the other with the external parts. JM identifies them and clarifies some of the items language affiliation. Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions. Pictures of a fish are produced by CS, one showing the internal parts of its body, the other with the external parts. JM identifies them and clarifies some of the items language affiliation. CS uses a list in English with the parts of the body (items are presented from head to toe). DR tells CS the names for parts of the body and some other words for body functions (sneezing or crying etc).
Trip to Pelican point. Many children around who can be heard on tape. ER is recovering from her illness and lying a little distance away. Dr is eating during recording. CS is using the refashioned STEDT questionnaire to elicit the lexical items related to the body and body functions. Words are said in English by CS and DR and ER provide equivalents in Jaminjung and Ngaliwurru and Ngarrinyman. CS is also checking with the speadsheet collated so far to clarify language affiliation for some of the items collected in Toolbox database . Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in spreadsheet. ** good samples of short utterances from DR.
Trip to Pelican point. Children are heard on the recording. ER is recovering from her illness and lying a little distance away. Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions with DR. We are re-checking the words for the parts of the body DR gave in session CS06_a018_01
Sitting at Bethnal camp in Kununurra. Lexical Elicitation with PW, DP and IP.Lexical elicitation, parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions. CS is using the refashioned STEDT questionnaire to elicit the lexical items related to the body and body functions. Words are said in English by CS and PW, DP and IP provide equivalents in Jaminjung. CS is also checking with the speadsheet collated so far to clarify language affiliation for some of the items collected in Toolbox database . Also the names for the parts of the body for the fish posters are checked Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in spreadsheet. ** Good short utterances for prosodic analysis.
Sitting at Bethnal camp in Kununurra. Lexical Elicitation with PW, DP and IP. Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions.
Sitting at Bethnal camp in Kununurra. Lexical Elicitation with PW, DP and IP.Lexical elicitation, parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions. CS is using the refashioned STEDT questionnaire to elicit the lexical items related to the body and body functions. Words are said in English by CS and PW, DP and IP provide equivalents in Jaminjung. CS is also checking with the speadsheet collated so far to clarify language affiliation for some of the items collected in Toolbox database . Also the names for the parts of the body for the fish posters are checked Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in spreadsheet. ** Good short utterances for prosodic analysis.
Continuation of session CS06_a024_01 Sitting at Bethnal camp in Kununurra with PW, DP and IP. Lexical elicitation, parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions.
Sitting by the river. Children ar eplaying and can be heard on the recording. Also present is Colleen. Lexical elicitation, parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions. CS is using the refashioned STEDT questionnaire to elicit the lexical items related to the body and body functions. Words are said in English by CS and ER and DR provide equivalents in Jaminjung/Ngaliwurr and Ngarrinyman. CS is also checking with the speadsheet collated so far to clarify language affiliation for some of the items collected in Toolbox database . Not transcribed in Transcriber, but results collated in spreadsheet.
Lexical elicitation: parts of the body and verbs relating to body functions (like sneezing or crying). CS uses a list of words in English and asks ER and DR if the words she has are correct. Also the names for the parts of the body for the fish posters are checked.
Sitting at Gilwi. Some children are playing and can be heard on the recording. ER's daughter-in-law Rosemary, not a Ngarrinyman speaker, joins in. Lexical elicitation with ER. Parts of the body. List produced with Lexique Pro, semantic domain: Part of the body. Working out language affiliation for each item in list. CS read out the word in language and ER which language. Not transcribed.
Sitting at Gilwi. Some children are playing and can be heard on the recording. ER's daughter-in-law R. (she is not a Ngarrinyman speaker) joins in. Lexical elicitation: Parts of the body.
Trip out to Auvergne station. ER's grandchildren are around and are heard on the recording. This is a false start. ER talking to children .
Trip to Auvergne station. ER's grandchildren are around and are heard on the recording. This is a false start. ER is talking to the children.
Trip out to Auvergne station. ER's grandchildren are around and are heard on the recording. Lexical elicitation with ER. Parts of the body. List produced with Lexique Pro, semantic domain: Part of the body. Working out language affiliation for each item in list. CS read out the word in language and ER which language. Not transcribed.
Trip to Auvergne station. ER's grandchildren are around and are heard on the recording. Lexical elicitation with ER: Parts of the body. CS checks the words she has collected with ER.
Sitting at Bethnal camp in Kununurra. Lexical Elicitation with PW, DP and IP. Parts of the body List produced with Lexique Pro, semantic domain: parts of the body. Words are elicited in language by CS. Comments from IP, PW an dDP are recorded. Also when EH joins in , they look at the Jawoyn book of plants and fish together. Not transcribed. ** interesting inteactions between participants...
Bethnal camp, Kununurra. Lexical elicitation with IP, PW, DP. We check all the words collected so far that are connectedto the parts of the body and some funcitons like crying of sneezing. CS redas out the words and the speakers tell her if they are ok. When EH joins in , they look at the Jaowyn book of plants and animals together.

Citation

Candide Simard (2006). Item "Body Parts" in collection "Jaminjungan and Eastern Ngumpin". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0008-7027-C. (Accessed 2024-06-25)

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