A félig kötött formájú (FKF) szöveges rögtönzés gyakorlati haszna a beszédoktatásban
The Importance of Half-Bound-Form Textual Improvisation (HBFTI) in Speak Learning
The half-bound-form textual improvisation (HBFTI) offers a chance for the practical examination of the process of sound production, the conscious perception of muscle activities that take place during the articulation of speech sounds and for experiencing the possibility of creative thought. The combined use of the Alexander technique, sphincter gymnastics and vocal therapy multiplies the effectiveness of speech training: it maintains a dynamic state in the body and it enables loose, cramp-free voicing. The set of increasingly complex exercises in HBFTI creates a balance of challenge and ability and aids the coordinated functioning of action and intellect. The set of rules is straightforward, and the goal is attained when a new body of speech is created; this can either be a sequence of words, a personal account using five words given or even a fictional story. If it succeeds, feedback is entirely positive from both acting students and teachers, which benefits the confidence of the author of the body of speech. Personality development and voice development interact with each other: as confidence increases, the capacity for resonance increases as well. Constant control: checking posture, balancing out muscle functions, precision of pronunciation, and the grammatically correct and phonologically nuanced formulation of the body of speech created; all these aid in maintaining awareness of ourselves and guarantee that we will preserve the state of active attention. HBFTI exercises harmonize the state of intellectual readiness with the set of requirements involved in teaching phonation. Their didactic, technical and creatological usefulness comes to light when performing the exercises.