I enjoy using a modified visual phonics. It benefits the child who is deaf or the child who has normal hearing and needs a visual representation of the sound. I saw a fairly good example when I googled visual phonics (some are a little different so I am giving the URL). The main difference is to use "k" handshape for hard "c". Good luck! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRJwxLX7G28
Thank you for sharing!