Journal of Behavioral Education

, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp 363–367 | Cite as

Software review

  • Toni Van Laarhoven
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Summary

The actual software that is used in theSurvival Words program is less than adequate. It is definitely not a stand-alone program. The lessons that appear on the computer are not structured effectively, and are not very interesting. However, the manual that accompanies the software offers a wide variety of instructional activities that could be very beneficial in teaching students to read sight word vocabulary. Perhaps lessons should be structured so that the group instruction described in the manual occurs before students use the software. In this way, students could use the software as another source of instruction that could assist them in maintaining skills rather than acquiring skills.

Keywords

School Psychology Group Instruction Instructional Activity Word Vocabulary Sight Word 

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© Human Sciences Press, Inc 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • Toni Van Laarhoven
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  1. 1.Northern Illinois UniversityUSA

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