Cueing

A way of helping patients if they are having difficulty with a confrontational naming task. Cueing involves prompting them in some way, and the relative efficacy of different types of cues often reflects upon the organisation of the normal naming process. [See now first letter cueing, phonemic cueing, semantic cueing, and silent articulatory cueing...
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cueing

(kuĀ“ing) assisting an individual in the completion of a task by offering prompts.
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Cueing

A term with a broad range of meanings depending on the particular context. For Voice-Over Narration or Dialogue Replacement: The marking of the cue point in a way which will permit a signal to be given to the 'talent' to begin each element of work at the appropriate time. In General: Any system used by a second person to signal 'talent' that record...
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cueing

See: timing, spotting. The process of defining the in and out times of individual subtitles.
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Cueing

Various means used by the teacher to let students know that particular material is important.
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Cueing

the motion of the cue before and during delivery
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