Cued Articulation

The previously separate titles Cued Articulation and Cued Vowels are now combined and updated, with this edition covering consonants, vowels, demonstrative images, and full color coding throughout.

Author: Jane Passy

Publisher: Australian Council for Educational

ISBN: 0864318464

Category: Education

Page: 88

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This publication is the revised edition of the Cued Articulation range. The previously separate titles Cued Articulation and Cued Vowels are now combined and updated, with this edition covering consonants, vowels, demonstrative images, and full color coding throughout. The book was originally devised to help severely speech and language handicapped children to see a sound and hear a letter by the use of easy and logical hand cues. The Cued Articulation system has, over the last three decades, proved to be an invaluable teaching tool. Its potential and practicality is widespread and utilized by speech pathologists, speech and language therapists, remedial and reading recovery teachers who find the approach helpful in showing phoneme-grapheme relationships, and primary teachers who use it in the classroom to teach children the sounds of speech. Teachers who teach correct pronunciation to those who have English as a second language also find it extremely useful, as do teachers of the hearing impaired who want their students to see the sounds they cannot hear. Also available to compliment the book is an instructional, interactive DVD (# 9780864319180), which includes demonstrations of the cues and sounds.
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Cued Articulation

Originally devised to help severely speech and language handicapped children to see a sound and hear a letter by the use of easy and logical hand cues, the Cued Articulation system has, over the last three decades, proved an invaluable ...

Author: Jane Passy

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ISBN: 0864319266

Category: English language

Page: 79

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Originally devised to help severely speech and language handicapped children to see a sound and hear a letter by the use of easy and logical hand cues, the Cued Articulation system has, over the last three decades, proved an invaluable teaching tool.
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A Handful of Sounds

Author: Jane Passy

Publisher: Aust Council for Ed Research

ISBN: 0864314574

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 152

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Ready Set Remember

Cued Articulation in Practice Editor Jane Passy ACER Press 2003 A Handful of Sounds is written by speech therapists and teachers who have found cued articulation useful in many different settings. Cued articulation was originally ...

Author: Beatrice Mense

Publisher: Aust Council for Ed Research

ISBN: 9780864314680

Category: Education

Page: 152

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Helps teachers identify children with auditory difficulties in the age range 5-8, before referring them to an appropriate health professional.
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Rehabilitation of Spoken Word Production in Aphasia

Pointing , cued articulation ( Passy , 1990 ) , iconic gesture , visualising the object , and visualising the ... her eyes and visualise using the object , or make a cued articulation gesture of the first phoneme of the object's name .

Author: Lyndsey Nickels

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 1841699284

Category: Psychology

Page: 206

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This volume focuses on the remediation of impairments of word production in aphasia. It is restricted to studies focusing on single word production and comprises papers by some of the researchers most active in this field worldwide. The scope of the papers is broad and includes many relatively under-researched areas and techniques. All the papers have in common a methodological rigour and the use of a single case or case-series approach. A range of treatment tasks are evaluated: 'phonological' tasks such as phonological cueing and word repetition, and judgements regarding the phonological form; 'orthographic' tasks such as orthographic cueing, word reading and writing to dictation; 'semantic' tasks such as semantic cueing; the use of gesture; computer presentation of tasks and even just repeated attempts at naming. In addition, the individuals treated using these techniques varied in the nature of their impairments and/or level of impairment that was targeted. The majority aimed to improve word retrieval generally, but one treatment was aimed specifically at verb retrieval, and another at improving accuracy of word production for an individual with a phonological encoding impairment. Each paper relates the outcome of treatment to theoretical accounts of impairment, and one explicitly uses the results of therapy to inform these theories. Taken together these papers provide a snapshot of the 'state of the art' in the rehabilitation of word production in aphasia.
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Language Disorders in Children and Adults

Cued articulation Visual support for speech production and auditory discrimination was achieved by using the cued articulation technique (Passy 1990) and orthographic representations of words. Cued articulation allows each individual ...

Author: Shula Chiat

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470698570

Category: Medical

Page: 278

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Each chapter is written by a speech and language therapist specialising in psycholinguistic approaches to investigation and intervention. Authors were invited to present a single case in one of four given areas â?? speech processing, lexical processing, sentence processing and pragmatics. The editors have provided introductions to each subject area and a discussion of the findings at the end of each section.
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Educating Special Students

Cued articulation Cued articulation may be used as a teaching support for learners with speech problems. It is not a sign language using signs for whole words. Nor is it to be confused with cued speech which is used with some deaf and ...

Author: Michael Farrell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134833092

Category: Education

Page: 334

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Educating Special Students is the definitive guide to evidence based practice and professionally informed approaches to provision for special students. Now in its third edition, the book sets out ideas of best practice relating to different disabilities and disorders, helpfully discussing what might constitute effective provision. This edition has been updated to take account of new ways of classifying disabilities and disorders, and recent developments in research and practice, including the 2014 SEND Code of Practice (England) and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Fifth Edition DSM-5TM. A new appendix provides information on basic anatomy and physiology. International in scope, the book explores issues relating to: intellectual disability (profound, moderate to severe, and mild) sensory impairments orthopaedic impairment and motor disorders, health impairments, and traumatic brain injury oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder communication disorders (speech, grammar and comprehension, semantics and pragmatics), and autism spectrum disorder specific learning disorders with impairment in reading, written expression and mathematics, and developmental co-ordination disorder. Educating Special Students will be of interest to all those studying special education, professionals, and others committed to seeking the best provision for special students.
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Expressing Oneself Expressing One s Self

... close their eyes and imagine the object, close their eyes and imagine using the object, make an iconic gesture representing the object, or produce a cued articulation gesture representing the first phoneme of the target object name.

Author: Ezequiel Morsella

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 9781136950216

Category: Psychology

Page: 256

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Unlike any book before it, this volume embodies the state-of-the-art regarding the experimental study of human communication, by bringing together cutting edge findings from psycholinguistics, communication, cognition, neuroscience, language, and identity. Whether linguistic or nonverbal, communication poses unique computational challenges that reveal secrets of the mind/brain and social cognition unlike anything else. This volume is both a stimulating journey for the general language/communication reader, as well as a great research tool for graduate students, advanced undergraduate students, and investigators.
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