American Literacy Council

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A Totally New Tool that Advances Non-Readers
into Writing and Reading

Invented spelling and phonic spelling is automatically corrected and each word is spoken aloud by the computer. Words and sentences are spoken clearly with a natural voice through computer earphones or speakers. By clicking on any word, it is spoken aloud as often as desired, assisting those who wish to improve non-English accents or for those where English is a second language. 

On the screen below, the reason the text appears to be clean and perfect is because the computer instantly corrected misspelled words like "furst" or "kumpanie" leaving the user with virtually clean text on the screen. Misspellings are shown for a brief period below the corrected words. 

Click Sound-Write to download your trial copy which includes the DECtalk Speech and Voice Engine.  Fonix Corporation assisted in funding the human-quality voice that accompanies this software.

Sound-Write reading software for literacy
Woman reading computer screen
Man reading computer screen
Boy and Girl reading computer screen and using literacy software


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