Our online wiki about all things Cued Speech. Log in to create, edit, revise about a multitude of topics. The idea is not to replace wikipedia, but to give cuers a place to write about topics specifically as they relate to the cueing community.
Our interactive Cued Speech dictionary contains 139,000+ versions of English words with pronunciation (displayed in your preferred symbols) and with cue notation. More than 2,500 items are demonstrated with video and that number will continue to grow.
There are advantages to teaching a computer to cue. Our Basic Word List Generator allows you to find English words based on how they are cued. Need words that only contain handshapes 5 and 3? It can do that. (By the way, there are 1,398 of those.) Need to turn a list into a worksheet? It'll do that, too. Want it to teach an introductory class for you? Ok, no. It can't do that. But we're working on it.
We love games. (Did you think we were going to say we love quizzes?) These links will take you to various interactive activities to improve your skills and knowledge. Practice recognizing the difference between /s/ and /z/, which "th" to use, or how to find flicks.
Our community has some great tests that give really comprehensive feeback. But those may be a bit more assessment than you're looking for. Find out if you're on the right track with these diagnostic tools. No matter what your level, an instructor can look at your cueing and give you supportive, prioritized feedback to advance you to the next level.
Learning in person can be fun and motivating. It cultivates relationships in our community. These excellent courses cover diverse skills and topics. They can be brought to you. Find out more.
Learn to cue or just practice with a knowledgable instructor. No matter where you are – no matter what skill level, online instruction offers support from qualified professionals. Learn at your pace and in the comfort of your own living room. (Yes, you can wear pajamas.)