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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 2/2009) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Fundamental Concepts, model 201, is a cognitive skills tutorial program designed to teach a variety of concepts in conjunction with colorful animated graphics accompanied by intriguing sounds for children (1 to 4 years of age) with cognitive disabilities. Several of the concepts introduced on this computer program are as folllows: shapes, colors, gravity, and two-way cause and effect. To move from concept to concept, the user must press a switch or press the space bar on the keyboard. The concept of colors, for instance, is demonstrated by illustrating four different colored buckets with a matching colored block at the top of the screen. The user, then, must activate the switch so the colored block can automatically fall into its appropriate bucket; if the switch is not pressed, an image of the switch begins to flash at the top of the screen to alert the user. By using repetive demonstrations, this program is engineered to teach the user a particular concept without losing the user's attention span. In addition, the user does not need to have any prior understanding of the program's selected concepts to operate it. COMPATIBILITY: IBM PC or any related compatibles. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: MS DOS and an EGA or VGA monitor. OPTIONAL: Serial or joystick port, switch or switch adapter.
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This product record was updated on February 13, 2009.
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Judy Lynn Software, Inc.P.O. Box 373
East Brunswick, New Jersey 08816
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