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--- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 9/1999) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. ---Keytalk is a beginning literacy program designed to teach students with physical or mental disabilities to structure spoken language by using a computer to read and write. The student is encouraged by the teacher to spell out the names of objects or activities he is interested in as a way of communicating those interests. As the student enters letters on the keyboard, they appear on the screen and a speech synthesizer speaks them aloud. Words and sentences can be spoken by pressing the space bar, or sentences can be heard by putting in punctuation marks. Results can also be printed. The six command options--Talk, Print, Save, Find, New, and Dictionary--are constantly shown on the screen. Keytalk can function as an electronic communication aid as well. An Exception command permits teachers to correct mispronunciation. An Adaptive Firmware Card is required for the option of operation with the Unicorn Expanded Keyboard (both extra). An Echo speech synthesizer, appropriate to the model of computer used, is required. COMPATIBILITY: For use on Apple II computers.
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