Accessibility Text to Speech It is more than accessibility - It is accessing abilities 7 million students have a disability Sensory, physical, cognitive or a learning disability.That means 14% of all our students have a disability of some sort or another.
Speak Selection First let’s identify their abilities and provide them access. Once they have access, they have accessibility. Making these things possible, we give them the power of access 1. Voice over 2. Text to speech 3. Zoom screen 4. Magnification 5. Keyboard Shortcuts 6. Enlarged Cursors 7. Dictionaries 8. Thesaurus 9. Spell Check 10. Speech Recognition 11. iChat
Voice Dictation/ Siri Voice Dictation It can be much faster than typing and here are a few tips: 1. Speak slowly and clearly. Pronounce things clearly. 2. Add punctuation commands as you speak. In General, find “Siri” and flip the switch to “ON” make any changes to Voice Feedback.
Audiobooks http://robertmunsch.com/booksDiscovery has 151 movies and audio files from Scholastic to create your own read-along books. Search under weston wood to find video and mp3 files.
GarageBand Discovery have 63 Rabbit Ears editable videos which arenarrated by famous actors and actresses. Editable means you able to extract the audio file from the video file in GarageBand or Audacity.
Flashrover - free brainpop * starfall mightybook * morestarfall * clicknkids * big universe * one more story * reading a-z * raz-kids * tumblebooks
AAC Augmentative and Alternative Communication $49.99 http://voice4uaac.com/An application that helps individuals express themselves andimprove language. DE has images you can use. Teachers and therapists qualify for a free code!
Talking BooksDuck Duck Moose Tumble BooksSilly Books McGeniusiReading HD Rabbit EarsDr. Seuss Toy Story Learning A-Z *
ePub http://www.epubbud.com/ePubBud is a great platform you can use to create digital publication and share it with the world. It is easy to use and free of charge. http://www.gutenberg.org/
iBook Author tutorial iBook AuthorYou can create books that have a table of contents, glossary,widgets, text and media such as movie and audio files. Takes advantage of Voice Over technology.
Closed Captioning Why on DE? 1. Assisting those students who are hearing impaired. 2. Helping your student who are struggling readers 3. Emphasizing grammar and vocabulary 4. English Language Learners
LyricsSoundhound - free / $6.99 Shazam - Encore $5.99
YouTube Storybooks English Talking Books Books were always only being read. Appu Series have brought you Talking Books that narrate the story to as if it were from a book. Currently there are 67 titles. http://www.eappuseries.com
DVD rippershttp://handbrake.fr/ http://www.winxdvd.com/dvd-ripper/
Create karaoke http://www.iamlodge.com - 42 songs http://www.twinsisters.com - 240 songs http://musicwithmar.com/http://www.4boysinc.com/teacherandtherockbots Discovery has the mp3 file and the lyrics
Teleprompter VRT2 Video Recording Teleprompter $2.99
Digital BooksEnjoy unlimited, no-strings-attached access to the MeeGenius! library with a complimentary subscription.Our unique catalog contains beloved titles in addition to brand-new, interactive stories. Stories we knowchildren love.
Signed Stories http://www.signedstories.com/ free
Sesame Street Enjoy 3 free eBooks. There are 150 Sesame Street eBook for $39.99Three formats: read, read and listen, and read and watch
Story Before Bedhttp://www.astorybeforebed.com/books/free
One More Story 99 cents paid subscription http://www.onemorestory.com/
Creating StoriesBook Creator for iPad My Stories $2.99 $4.99 My Story - ebook MagicBook Maker for Kids $2.99 $1.99
web 2.0voice thread smilebox teacherstoolkit fotobabble animoto