Cued Speech improves spoken language acquisition when combined with manual communication of young deaf children
Perrier, O., Bochner-Wuidar, A., Everarts, B., & Michiels, J., (1986) "The Combination of Cued Speech and Signed French to Improve Spoken Language Acquisition by Young Deaf Children." in B. Tervoort (Ed.) "Signs of Life: Proceedings of the Second European Congress on Sign Language Re-search (pp. 194-199) Amsterdam. Reprinted in the Cued Speech Journal, 4, 1990.
CS with signed French triggers speech
Perrier, O. (1987, October) "The Psycholinguistic Integration of Signed French and Cued Speech: How can Speech Components be Triggered?" Paper pre-sented at the Symposium on Oral Skills and Total Communication, Gent, Belgium. (Reprinted in the Cued Speech Journal, 4, 1990)
A review of language acquisition, reading and communication systems used with deaf children shows the empirical base for using the parents' language, conveyed via CS, as the deaf child's first language.
LaSasso, C. & M. Metzger. (1998, Fall) "An Alternate Route for Preparing Deaf Children for BiBi Programs: the Home Language as L1 and Cued Speech for Conveying Traditionally Spoken Languages." J of Deaf Studies & Deaf Education 3:4, pp. 265-289.
CS helps hearing and deaf college students learn Spanish and French.
Bement, L. & C. Quenin. ((1998) "Cued Speech as a Practical Approach to Teaching Spanish to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Foreign Language Students." Cued Speech Journal, Vol. 6, pp. 40-56.
Clark, C. & J. Sacken. (1998) "French Cued Speech: Teaching French in a Mainstreamed College Classroom." Cued Speech Journal, Vol. 6, pp. 57-70.