Along with using Phon in my research program, I also use the program in my graduate level course CSD 6622: Advanced Management of Speech Sound Disorders. I use Phon in this course in two different ways. One, students are given a variety of disordered speech samples that they must transcribe. The structure and design of Phon makes it very easy for transcription to occur since the audio file of each word is segmented out of the larger audio file. In addition, students complete a case study of a single child with a severe speech sound disorder. To help the students complete all of these tasks, I created screen shot videos describing each of their weekly tasks.
The speech probe that I primarily use in my research and in my class is the Protocol for the Evaluation of English Phonotactics (Little Peep; Barlow, 2013). A powerpoint of all the pictures, and all of the scoresheets can be downloaded for free from the SLPath website.
Downloading and installing Phon and Libre Office
Phon setup with no template
Phon setup with a template
To download the below .xml files, right click and then select: save link as.
Linking audio in Phon
Segmenting audio in Phon with no template
Segmenting audio in Phon with a template
Alignment of transcriptions
Analysis: Individual Sound Accuracy
Analysis: Percent Consonants Correct: PCC
Analysis: Sound Substitutions
Analysis: Phone Inventory
Analysis: Phonological Processes
Analysis: Word and Syllable Accuracy
Installing AutoPatt Phon Shell Script
AutoPATT analysis: Phonetic and Phonemic Inventories
Analysis: PATT (paper)
AutoPATT analysis: PATT
Phonological Assessment and Treatment Target Selection (PATT)
Proportion of Whole Word Proximity: PWP