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Old 01-11-2006, 02:22 PM
 
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I just received grant monies for Recorder Books (books on tapes) and now have no clue as to which ones to purchase. I am interested in Nonfiction for below-level readers for grades 4-8 who are at 2nd-3rd grade level. I went to recordedbooks.com and they have a ton of books on tape; it only confussed me more. Has anyone else used or heard of anyone who has used books on tape with their students? If so, which ones did you like? Help.......


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Old 01-31-2006, 09:44 AM
 
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Have you looked at the Start-to-Finish books from Don Johnston? I think it depends on what the goal is here - do you want the students to "jut listen", or also see the text, like on the computer screen? Do you have a membership to the RFBD? (Reading for the Blind and Dyslexic) I'm not sure what membership costs, but it certainly would give you options. Also, have you considered purchasing a scanner and OCR software (like WYNN or Kurzweil, or Premiere Accessibility Suite) so that you could just scan in books and they would be read? Just a few possibilities...
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