Computer-based phonological awareness and reading instruction.

@article{Wise1995ComputerbasedPA,
  title={Computer-based phonological awareness and reading instruction.},
  author={Barbara W. Wise and Richard K. Olson},
  journal={Annals of dyslexia},
  year={1995},
  volume={45 1},
  pages={97-122}
}
Reading with Orthographic and Segmented Speech (ROSS) programs use talking computers to deal with deficits in word recognition and phonological awareness. With ROSS, children read stories on a computer screen. Whenever they encounter a word they find difficult, they can request assistance by targeting the word with a mouse. The program highlights the word in segments and then pronounces the segments in order. In previous studies, children improved in reading, but children with relatively lower… CONTINUE READING

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