The Use of Voice Synthesizer in the Discovery of the Written Language by Young Children
Computers & Education Volume 21, Number 1, ISSN 0360-1315 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Describes part of a research project in France involving the second-language acquisition of young children that focuses on the use of a computer augmented with a voice synthesizer. Topics addressed include written versus spoken language; multiple sources of information; self-correction; self-esteem; memory; and speed in the learning process. (Contains seven references.) (LRW)
Cohen, R. (1993). The Use of Voice Synthesizer in the Discovery of the Written Language by Young Children. Computers & Education, 21(1), 25-30. Elsevier Ltd.
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