visual phonics

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Visual Phonics is a system of hand cues and written symbols that are intended to represent the phonemes of a spoken language as part of a multisensory, phonics-based approach to teaching phonemic awareness and decoding for reading. It was developed for use with deaf and hard-of-hearing children, but it also used with children who are autistic, English Language Learners, or have language learning diabilities.

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Comparison to Cued Speech

 

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