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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 6/2005) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Reading Horizons is a reading, writing and spelling tutorial designed to provide a multisensory methodology including audio, visual and tactile components for individuals with a cognitive disability. It is designed for independent use because no prior reading or keyboarding skills are required to use the program. The program offers enhancement of spelling and handwriting skills and every lesson requires the learner to complete handwritten work as well as computer work. Topics include: consonants and vowels; use of articles; five phonetic skills; showing possession; special vowel sounds; decoding skills; spelling; contractions; digraphs; and more. The program is intended for teaching adults and covers levels zero through fourth grade levels. The CD-ROM technology provides program branching for more individualized instructions. Mistakes can be corrected immediately and the human voice soundtrack provides instant feedback, telling the learner what the answer should have been. COMPATIBLITY: IBM and compatible version. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: IBM 640K; 3.5 inch disk drive for network version; CD-ROM drive for individual pakage; monitor; printer; Covox "Speech Thing" Speech Processor (internal board); headphones are optional.
Notes: Complete Network System packages are also available.
Price: Contact manufacturer.
This product record was updated on June 20, 2005.
This product is available from:
Conover Company, A Division of Oakwood Solutions4 Brookwood Court
Appleton, Wisconsin 54914
Telephone: 800-933-1933 or 920-231-4667.
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