Endorsed by Curators:
The NCSA Deaf Childrens Literacy Project invites you to discover how deaf children can learn the building blocks of English (phonemes), rhyming skills, and the language of their home through their eyes with cueing. Cued American English provides the foundation for language development and phonemic awareness that deaf children need for lifelong English literacy and for meeting success with hearing aids and cochlear implants.
Beyond Beginners is an interactive workshop for those who have taken the beginner CAE class. Participants will line tune their Cued Speech skills and acquire the skills to leave the workshop and become a proficient cuer. The workshop will review the complete system and offer suggestions for developing your skills after the workshop.
Class is from 8:30-4:30 Saturday and 8:30 to 12:30 Sunday. There will be a lunch break each day for students on their own. There are plenty of places to get lunch within a short walk of the meeting room.
An NCSA Certified Instructor will teach each class.
Preregistration is required. Class space is limited and is on a first come first serve basis. Min Class Size: 5
Registration at the door is only available if space allows by emailing email@example.com. Participants will be notified via email of the room number prior to class by instructor.
EMAIL SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION REQUESTS TO
INFO@CUEDSPEECH.ORG BY Oct 15, 2019.
Preregistration is required for class by Oct 31, 2019. A $5 fee will ensure your place in the class. Fee will be refunded on the second day of class. Registration after Nov 1 subject to a $20 fee.
EMAIL SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION REQUESTS TO INFO@CUEDSPEECH.ORG BY Oct 15, 2019.
Cues On Tap
Students are invited to join the NCSA for Cues on Tapan informal gathering of cuersSaturday, Nov 9, 2019 at 6:30 pm at Union MarketExact location will be given in the class. Check the website at Cuedspeech.org for updates or the NCSA Facebook page.
NEED A HOTEL?
NCSA Group Rate $169
Kellogg Conference Hotel (on Gallaudet campus)
Until October 8, 2019
To make your overnightguestroomreservation please call 202-651-6000and ask for theNational Cued Speech Association group or click on thelinkbelow and make your reservation online.
1. Walk to the Student Activty Center where classes are being held.
2. Walk to Union Market in DC which is a great place to eat all kinds of food https://unionmarketdc.com/market/
3. The Kellogg Center has a free shuttle bus to Union Station in DC, so if you are travelling and don't want to get a car, this is an easy option. You can fly in to DCA, or BWI and take the metro or the MARC to Union Station, and catch the Gallaudet shuttle bus from there.