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The Cognitive Load Aspects of Cued Speech in the Learning of a Second Language
Chang won Seo . Jae Hyun Ahn
The purpose of this study is to determine the cognitive acceptance of cued speech in regard to its gestural aspect. Gestures have been applied to language learning situations and shown to be effective when they are coherent with speech. Cued speech has also been used as an alternative choice of sign language for people with hearing problems. Much research supports its effectiveness in improving deaf students’ reading ability. Gestures and cued speech have similar learning effectiveness. This study suggests that when coherent cued speech is used for learning new words, students remember more of the new vocabulary and retain the information longer compared to other learning conditions, namely incongruent gestures with speech and repeated speech. However, one of the benefits of using cued speech over gestures is the ability to express all spoken words because it is based on phonemes.
cued speech.second language.cognitive load theory.visual sign
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