Often in introductory textbooks, new terms are introduced with a simplified pronunciation hint. For example,
It's certainly not IPA or even the types of pronunciation cues, with schwas and accented vowels, you'd see in an older American English dictionary. The syllable with the (most) emphasis is written in caps, and all the syllables are written out phonetically.
Is there a name for this type of pronunciation hint? Is there a standard for it? By standard, I mean a (perhaps de facto) guide that would explain how to convert from a more formal scheme, like IPA, to this phonetic scheme.