We are a lucky bunch.
SeeUSay allows the user to watch and hear the sound before trying out the exercise themselves by using the front camera of the device as a mirror. You can also record the sound and compare it to the sound the instructor gave you. It's a very precise, comprehensive, (44 sounds and Dolch Words) and novel way to improve and develop speech and language.
if you'd like to win a copy, please go over and say hello to the developer on Facebook here, https://www.facebook.com/SeeuSay then come back and leave a comment below. Winners will be posted on July 23rd, 4pm, EST, U.S.
You can also buy SeeUSay here.
A powerful, innovative tool for building English language skills for all ages.
Based on research on how the brain functions, SeeUSay utilizes techniques proven to increase effectiveness when learning speech and word recognition.
See U Say's innovative assistive technology uses a multi-sensory approach (visual, auditory, and kinestetic) with an emphasis on articulation to teach the alphabetic principle, phonemic awareness, phonological awareness, and sight/irregular words.
> Includes the 44 sounds of the English Language
> Complete Dolch sight word lists broken down by level
The application acts as an instructor modeling the mouth position of the sounds and sight words.
The user sees the sound or word in text form, then uses his or her finger to tap on the text of the letter(s) or word in order to hear and see the word said.
The front facing camera is used to act as a mirror, so a user can record and see him or herself. The user can then take his or her recording, and compare it to the instructor modeling the sound or word in the patent pending See U Say view.
Sessions can be saved for later review or assessment.
A must have tool for:
> Speech Pathology
> English Language Learners
> Toddlers / Preschoolers
> Profoundly deaf (lip reading)
> Persons with Language disabilities
> Educators and individuals as part of learning program for readers of all ages.
Includes supporting research paper detailing effectiveness of approach.