a talking word processor that helps students improve the content and quality of writing and apply convention skills during the revisions, editing and publishing stages of writing; and Co: Writer.
What does TWP stand for?
TWP stands for Talking Word Processor (software)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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AlphaSmart and Dana Wireless have combined a talking word processor, Write:OutLoud To Go from Don Johnston Incorporated, with its new AlphaSmart VoiceCard, which converts text to speech.
a provider of technology solutions for education, will preview a new writing solution for Dana by AlphaSmart and Dana Wireless that combines a talking word processor, Write:OutLoud To Go from Don Johnston Incorporated, with its new AlphaSmart VoiceCard, which converts text to speech.
They would use the talking word processor to write notes to people and to write stories whenever they wanted.
Rosegrant (1986) studied the use of a talking word processor with first, second, and third graders over a 6-month period.
0, a new application that converts documents, web pages, and other printed material into audio files; -- Scan and Read and Scan and Read Pro, two easy-to-use reading tools that converts scanned books, magazines, or other documents into spoken text (Scan and Read Pro supports twelve different languages); -- Text Cloner and Text Cloner Pro, two Optical Character Recognition (OCR) tools minus internal text reader, that provides a non-verbal alternative to Scan and Read; -- Complete Reading System, an easy-to-use reading package designed for non-computer users that eliminates the need for both a screen reader and a mouse; -- Talking Word Processor, designed for individuals who have difficulty with reading and writing.
Some technological tools include: Talking word processors that allow the computer to repeat words that are typed; voice recognition programs, which has the computer write a word that the user speaks into the computer; word prediction, which predicts the word someone wants to type but is unsure; and whiteboard technology which automatically transfers a teacher's notes and diagrams on a whiteboard to a student's personal computer.
Featuring a talking word processor and a full paint program, this unique software allows children to express themselves creatively to friends, parents, teachers, classmates and others using both words and pictures.