The Special Education Division of the Green River Regional Educational Cooperative is pleased to offer See the
Sound–Visual Phonics training. See the Sound–Visual Phonics is a system of 46 unique hand cues and symbols
that represent the sounds of English. It is a somewhat simplified, visual, kinesthetic version of the
International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). Participants will learn a hand cue for each of the 46 sounds in English.
Each hand cue is associated in some way with the production of the particular sound. See the Sound–Visual
Phonics benefits students who read below grade level in general or special education settings, children in early
education programs, at-risk readers, students who are deaf or hard or hearing with any degree of hearing loss,
and students learning English as a second language.
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