Cued Articulation 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. It is used by speech pathologists, speech and language therapists and remedial and reading recovery teachers and primary teachers who find the approach helpful in showing phoneme-grapheme relationships and use it in the classroom to teach children the sounds of speech.
The Cued Articulation Consonants Posters allow for Cued Articulation to be easily accessible in the clinic or classroom, as all the consonant sounds can be displayed at the same time.
Although the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is generally used to indicate the cued sounds, many teachers find it easier to use the digraphs and letters with which they are familiar. The IPA symbols appear in slashes as well as the regular letters.
The posters are sold in a set of 2.