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Synonyms for speech

Synonyms for speech

the faculty, act, or product of speaking

a usually formal oral communication to an audience

a system of terms used by a people sharing a history and culture

Synonyms for speech

something spoken

the exchange of spoken words

words making up the dialogue of a play

the mental faculty or power of vocal communication

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(2007) A longitudinal study of the development of reading in deaf children: Effect of Cued Speech. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 48, 139-146.
Cued speech was developed as a way to provide the hearing-impaired with visual access to phonemes - the individual sounds that make up words.
Educational systems and parents frequently are at odds when it comes to a decision about philosophical approaches, such as an aural-oral approach or a total communication approach; a decision about communication modes like SEE I, SEE II, or cued speech; or a decision about language, namely, whether the child is educated using only English-based systems or both ASL and English.
Some oralists may accept the use of cued speech, which supplements speech with a system of hand positions cueing the speechreader as to phonemic sounds.
Tenders are invited for Purchase of sign language translation services (american and foreign); video remote interpretation (vri) (american and foreign) services and/or cued speech transliteration services.
Cued speech? Should a cochlear implant be considered?
Since 1969, Our Way, has held its own holiday events with sign language, oral, and cued speech interpreters on hand to make sure everyone can participate in the festivities.
In addition, there is now a third camp, those who use cued speech. Cued speech is not really speech at all, but a visual representation of English sounds.