Read&Write's toolbar offers a range of support to provide all students with literacy scaffolds right across the curriculum.
Read&Write provides tools for students’ whose first language isn’t English. To help with pronunciation, spelling and recognition of English words.
Proofreading tools are a great way of self-checking essays and assignments. As well as grammar and spell checkers adding extra polish to students’ work.
Read&Write has lots of tools to support the middle band of learners. Tools like reading aloud helps students with questions and answering techniques. While also helping to increase their focus.
There are a whole host of tools in Read&Write designed to help students with special educational needs. Including, Text-to-Speech to help with word recognition.
For those students who just need a little extra help, Read&Write can be a great boost. Spelling and Grammar checkers give them greater confidence. Allowing them to self check their own work before submitting.
Now that we’ve covered off how Read&Write helps each learner, here’s a run down of how it can be used in various subjects…
Exams and revision
Replace human reader: Read&Write can be used in place of a human reader, even in GCSE English Language paper, where reading is being assessed.
Normal way of working: Use Read&Write in every class, where possible so that it becomes students’ ‘normal way of working’ as required by the Joint Council for Qualifications. (JCQ)
Save money: Schools can save money by switching human readers and scribes for Read&Write exam reading technology.
On the go: All students can use the Audio Maker to convert written revision notes to MP3s for easy, on-the-go studying.
Easy organisation: By using the Highlighters features, students can easily categorise study notes and group together.
Revision made easy: The Voice Notes feature is a great way to quickly add comments and notes to revision.
Whole class: Ensure the whole class focus on what’s being read from the screen by using the Screen Mask feature.
Everyone engaged: Produce accessible documents for everyone in the class by converting written words to MP3s using the Audio Maker.
Feedback and collaboration: Leave feedback for students in their documents digitally with Voice Notes.
Teaching staff have found Read&Write provides support tools that allows students to access the curriculum independently without relying heavily on learning support assistance.
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