|Speech Sounds on Cue
Provides multimedia full-motion video
cues, for independent speech practice. Cues are for individual
phonemes (sounds) as well as full words.
This program is especially helpful to
those who need to hear and see a sound made.
Great for children with articulation difficulty.
- Speech Production
- Word Retrieval
Each exercise targets one word,
divided into 19 consonant positions (see lower
right). For each exercise it provides:
- Color photo
- Auditory and written trigger phrase
- Written word
- Video clip of a speaker
User advances through each exercise in a lesson with the
mouse or keyboard. He/she can also repeat an exercise as
many times as they want.
Also has a print option for color
photographs of 20 consonant articulatory positions. All words
and their trigger phrases can also be printed in a
Exercise, teaching patient the letter P. Shows video
of therapist's mouth, while speaking and showing instructions.
Features the voice of Australian Speech Pathologist Carol
This is the only program we have which features the
charming Australian voice of speech pathologist Carol Bishop. We
also have a similar, but more challenging program, Sights'n
Sounds, which was created here in the USA.
Detailed Answer (for computer geeks)
- Windows 95 or higher required, Windows 2000 or above
That means Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP, or
If your computer has a Start button in the
lower left comer, you've got one of those versions. There are
several options for
- Sound Card
If your PC ever plays music (even just
at start up) it has a sound card. If it has external
speakers, it probably has a sound card. Speakers plug into
the sound card.
Required only for programs that record speech
(Sights'n Sounds, Numbers'n Sounds, and SpeechPrism) These are
inexpensive. We sell them for $9.50.
- Screen that can display 256 or more colors.
- 20 MB Hard Drive space per program
Macintosh Version Available
This program is also available
in a version that runs on the Macintosh with O/S 8 or O/S 9.