The app utilises the text to voice application but the speed and pronunciation can be really unclear. Easy to use. This is helped by the simple design and usability where the content is the most important feature rather than the look of the app.This is the student or home version and is therefore more directed towards to individual. Helping to deal with the relationship of phonemes and the grouping of letters, ARAW identifies and develops key phonological awareness skills especially for those with SpLDs such as dyslexia. This is an extremely formative guideline giving over lots of information which includes the recommended length of the test as well as the research behind the product. Contains a Teacher Toolkit. Although there are 8 different levels of difficulty within the app I would certainly suggest that there could be a higher level version created to help older students who are struggling with their literacy. There is plenty of support within the app to help users make the most of all the features. This ranges from with the higher the number indicating the difficulty level. This book takes a look at the results from schools who piloted the program with their pupils.
This is an extremely formative guideline giving over lots of information which includes the recommended length of the test as well as the research behind the product. Again, this is really good in teaching students strategies to help them proof read and correct their work.
This is achieved through structured phonics exercises over a recommended period of time. Users can track and monitor their results. An educational app aimed at improving reading and writing through a dedicated scheme.
Fun and engaging. Highly motivating with consistent feedback.
This ranges from with the higher the number indicating the difficulty level.