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-- DISCONTINUED. VERIFIED 3/2013. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. -- Community Exploration is a language tutorial program designed to teach and build community related vocabulary for individuals with a cognitive disability. Students explore and learn about familiar places in towns and cities, such as the supermarket, public library, shopping mall, hospital, airport, police station, fire station, bank, museum, bus station and others. They will see word labels for people, animals and objects in their community. When they click on an object, they will see its label, hear the word and receive a definition along with a sample sentence. Students will also be able to record themselves saying different words or phrases. It is also ideal as a tutor for adults or children who are learning English as a Second Language. This program is designed to be TouchWindow accessible (see separate entry) COMPATIBILITY: Macintosh. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Macintosh LC or higher; CD-ROM drive; System 7.0 or higher; 4 MB RAM. Optional: TouchWindow.
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Riverdeep, Inc.100 Pine Street
San Francisco, California 94111
Telephone: 800-825-4420 or 415-659-2000.
Fax: 866-627-1403 or 415-659-2020.
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PCI Educational Publishing Inc.4560 Lockhill Selma Rd., Ste. 100
San Antonio, Texas 78249-2075
Telephone: 800-594-4263 or 210-377-1999.
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