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Speech and Language

Cued Articulation
Cued articulation supports the children with sound placement and helps them make clear which sound they are wanting to use.
Use 2 fingers for voiced sounds such as d, g, b, v
Use 1 finger for voiceless sounds such as t, k, p, f
Watch the video to see how to use it in practice.

Cued articulation poster:-

Blank Level Questioning

Blank level questioning helps determine the child’s understanding.

Blanks levels standard descriptors for wall display