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Understand the basic principles of lipreading.
. State the importance of looking at the speaker’s mouth.
. State the differences between the main groups of consonants.
. State the differences between the four main vowel groups.
. State the importance of the content of a conversation.
Recognise the impact of strategies to improve effective communication.
. Identify some situations that are:
a) helpful to lip reading
b) unhelpful to lip reading.
. Identify strategies to improve effective communication.
. Show how the listener’s attention can be gained and maintained when speaking.
. Use non-verbal clues using facial expressions and body language.
Know how finger spelling works.
. Follow and use finger spelling signs and simple known words.
Be aware of how the ear functions.
. Identify the main components of the auditory system.
. List functions of main components.
Recognise non-verbal communication.
. Identify different methods of non-verbal communication.
. Demonstrate the use of non-verbal communication.
Know how to differentiate between vowels and consonants and speech shapes.
. Demonstrate speech movements using vowels and consonants.
. Identify sounds and words that look alike.