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Teach Reading Using Computer Game

Teach Reading Using Computer Game

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Published by Peter Legrove
This little book shows how you can teach reading using a special type of computer game
This little book shows how you can teach reading using a special type of computer game

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Published by: Peter Legrove on Mar 04, 2012
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“Teach Your Child To Read Using Computer Games”
Teach Your Child To ReadUsing A Computer Game
by
Peter Legrove
Computer games and kids are a part of the modern world, so why not use themto help your children improve their reading skills. Not many games are suitedfor reading. But there is one out there that has a lot of reading, and the gamecan be played by a wide age group of children. From beginners tochildrenwho have been left behind in the school system of today.
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“Teach Your Child To Read Using Computer Games”
This ebook Is FREE
Text Copyright ©2010 by Peter LegroveScreenshots And All Graphics (c) 2010 by Amaranth Games
 
All rights reserved.The screenshots are all courtesy of Amanda Fae from theAmaranth Games website.http://www.amaranthia.com/ 
 
This ebook can be printed out and used for personal use but cannotbe sold.The content cannot be changed in any way.You can freely distribute this ebook.This ebook cannot be emailed as spam.You can email this ebook to anyone who has requested informationfrom you.
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“Teach Your Child To Read Using Computer Games”
Teaching has not really changed much over the last100 years or so
In some places the blackboard has turned into a white board. But theteacher still stands in front of the class and lectures to the students. Yet overthe same period of time, technology has had incredible advances.Nowadays most kids are brought up with a computer. So you wouldthink that we could use the computer to teach, especially reading.There are a number of programs out there that I have used to try andteach reading. They are mostly the game type of learning that you play byyourself and the computer corrects you. You spell the word and the computersays ‘yes’ or ‘no’.But there is not very much out there that you can actually use to teachwith.With the multimedia classroom and the computer hooked up to the TV,you can now have a wide audience on the one computer.
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