Teens and adults can begin learning to read using braille immediately. Clear synthesized speech provides instant feedback regarding the accuracy of the student’s responses.
The Teen and Adult Program is designed for students who are fourteen years of age or older. Each courseware package teaches specific skills that lead to mastery of the braille literary reading code.
The record keeping software tracks each student’s performance and provides a teacher report on individual student activities and student progress. The Teacher’s Guide includes a print copy of the content of each braille worksheet and the spoken directions students' hear as they use the lessons.
Book 1: Introduction to Braille
- Develops tactual perception skills needed for efficient braille reading.
- Assessment pages at the end of each lesson measure student progress and skill.
- Imbedded voice response help students gain confidence in their tactual ability, experience success and independently monitor learning.
- Teaches 14 skills divided into 6 lessons.
Book 2: Learning the Braille Alphabet
- Systematically introduces the letters of the braille alphabet.
- Single words, short phrases, and sentences provide reading practice.
- Options for using braille to support individual needs and lifestyles are included.
- Student progress may be measured with assessment pages at the conclusion of each lesson.
- Ten lessons teach letter recognition and letter tracking.
Book 3: Reading and Writing Braille Contractions (EBAE)
- Uses the Mangold Method to teach braille contractions, numbers, and punctuation.
- All lessons controlled for contractions.
- Assessment sheets at the end of each lesson test student mastery of contractions learned.
- Interactive study sheet at the end of each lesson.
- Reading and writing exercises are included in all 10 lessons.
REQUIRES: TALKING TACTILE TABLET (TTT)