[...] when using qedit I want my synthesizer to give
me punctuation spoken aloud because it may be crucial
to proper syntax for program code.
IF I'm using it to just read a textfile though I'll
shut it off.
still speech doesn't have that immediate connection
to the brain braille has.
I can speed read and still comprehend using Braille,
synthesized speech, I'm limited to the rate at which
I can understand spoken words, if not a bit slower.
Other disadvantage: WHen doing something such as sitting
in a waiting room I don't want to be closed off from the
rest of the world as I would be with audio reading and
headphones, even one earbud is more cut off from the world
than I like to be.
As a teacher I generally found a multi-sensory approach
most effective... i.e. the more connections one can
establish the better.
Always. IN fact, some of my arguments in other activities
is that we're too busy teaching to standardized multiple
guess tests than we are putting folks' hands on what is to
be learned. I get a bit frustrated with that <g>.
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