Nuwe app help kinders

2015-06-17 06:00

SOLIDARITEIT Helpende Hand het onlangs ‘n nuwe app geloods om die leesvaardighede van kinders in ons land te bevorder.

Volgens navorsing onderneem deur die organisasie, sal die meeste Suid-Afrikaanse kinders nie aanvaarbare leesgeletterdheidsvlakke teen Graad 5 bereik nie. Die bevindinge bewys verder ongeveer 85% van alle kinders met leerprobleme het ook kritieke leesprobleme.

Volgens die organisasie setel die oplossing in talle studies wat bevind het dat ? gerekenariseerde of digitale omgewing baie tot die ontwikkeling van kritieke leesvaardighede kan bydra. Hierdie studies ondersteun en keur die gebruik van tegnologie vir die aanleer van ? taal en vir lees goed en beveel dit aan.

Die lees app is gratis en gebruik ook nie jou data nie. Dit sluit drie leeshulpmiddele in, dieretuin pret (stories), skryf pret en alfabet pret. Dit gebruik versterkterealiteitstegnologie om die elemente van ’n regstreekse, direkte of indirekte, beeld van ’n fisiese omgewing in die regte wêreld deur rekenaargegenereerde sensoriese insette soos klank, video, grafika of GPS-data te versterk.

Laai die app gratis af. Beweeg jou foon, tablet of iPad oor die alfabetletters en sien hoe die letters lewendig word en beleef die wêreld van interaktiewe lees en speel.

Om die app te laai besoek www.lees app.co.za - Verskaf

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