About the Course

 

Helen has been running Cued Articulation courses since 1997. She has run over 100 courses in various countries, training over 1500 teachers, teacher assistants, parents and speech and language therapists.

The courses have evolved over the years with the classroom course now utilizing an animated PowerPoint presentation incorporating audio and video, with a games breakout session enables students to practise their skills and gain classroom ideas. A workbook is supplied containing information and activities.


The latest online course builds on this expertise, providing an interactive multimedia course covering the material in more detail and allowing you to assimilate it at your own pace. The Cued Articulation Consonants and Vowels book included with the course is posted to you and the course notes are available for download.

 

The course is designed primarily for:
  • early years teachers
  • ESL teachers
  • teacher assistants
  • parents
The course is designed to:
  • teach Cued Articulation techniques
  • provide practical ideas for using Cued Articulation for promoting the development of listening skills and early sound awareness
The course also covers:
  • speech sound production
  • normal speech development
  • common errors and immaturities
  • the relationship between spoken sounds and written letters
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Speech Pathologists wishing to run a Cued Articulation course

Speech Pathologists wishing to run a Cued Articulation course should ensure that their course fulfils the requirements set down by Jane Passy.

I offer two packages to assist Speech Pathologists who wish to run Cued Articulation courses:

The Facilitation Package allows you to run the online course for a group of teachers and enables you to assist them with their learning.

The Presenter Package is for Speech Pathologists experienced in using Cued Articulation. Using my PowerPoint-style online presentation and the script provided, you have the flexibility to include extra practice and discussion, and to interact with your participants.