Presentation on theme: "* Information included in this slide show is copyright of Visual Phonics: See the Sound. Handshapes and symbols seen are given as examples and should not."— Presentation transcript:
* Information included in this slide show is copyright of Visual Phonics: See the Sound. Handshapes and symbols seen are given as examples and should not be used to train others in the Visual Phonics method or be reproduced. This is an educational presentation to inform parents of a program used at various settings throughout the SASED Coop. Project Title: Visual Phonics: See the Sound... In Action! Project Age-Range: Appropriate for All Ages: Project Focus on Adult Education Educational Goals: PowerPoint Presentation is a tool used to familiarize parents with the program, Visual Phonics: See the Sound, used by their children which teaches and encourages literacy and speech skills. Submitting Group: Fairwood School Project Authors: Kim Birch (Deaf Educator) Shannon Bohnert (Speech Therapist) Aubrey Wittke (Deaf Educator) 543 E. Taylor Rd Lombard, IL Kim Birch This project is a collection of information and video clips that present the basics of the Visual Phonics: See the Sound program which is implemented in Fairwood Preschool to promote literacy development and speech skills. The project was formed as a visual aide to use at one of our many Family Nights, which is a resource that provides parents of our deaf and hard of hearing students the opportunity to meet other parents, interact with the teachers, and learn about various issues including Audiology, Behavior Management, and a Parent Panel (an opportunity to meet deaf adults and parents of older deaf children). This particular presentation was developed for Visual Phonics Family Night to familiarize parents/relatives of the handshapes, symbols, and sounds the students use so parents can understand the program and its benefits. Directions: Please download the attached video file and font file to your computer (VPFont: copy file; Go to My Computer – C: - Windows – Fonts Paste file) VPFont is copyrighted; use only for this presentation When shown a slide with a letter, please click to see video. When finished with a slide, please click to see next slide.
Fairwood School Presents: Visual Phonics: See the Sound... In Action! * All information is copyright of Visual Phonics: See the Sound. Handshapes and symbols seen are given as examples and should not be used to train others in the Visual Phonics method or be reproduced. This is an educational presentation to inform parents of a program used at various settings throughout the SASED Coop.
Visual Phonics See the Sound
What is Visual Phonics? Visual Phonics is a system that associates each sound in our language with a hand signal and a graphic symbol. Visual Phonics was originally designed for individuals who could not hear the sounds of our language. It offers kinesthetic sensations to help develop oral motor awareness and sound-letter awareness for your child.
Who can benefit from Visual Phonics? EVERYONE!!! Visual Phonics was originally developed for deaf children. It can also be used by: people who are learning English as a second language. individuals who need help developing speech or auditory discrimination skills those developing basic reading and writing skills
Lets learn Visual Phonics!!!!
A AcornApeEightGreat SailGreyweigh Aa
a apple catcat that ask has anan Aa
E eagle meet meat he machine busy Ee
Elephant henhen bread said many friend e Ee
icicle bike eye fly height I Ii
insect him/ hymn busy women orange forfeit pretty i Ii
O Oo orange no bone sewsew dough tow foefoe
o Oo olive father copy ostrich octopus
U Uu cucumber mule you use value few
u Uu nut under other elephant love family blood famous idea
b Bb Ballbubble tub
c Cc/Kk Cup kitten cakecake rock circle cloud chick