CopyWrite teaches handwritten scripts - especially for small children at school or at home but also for special needs, illiterate adults, rehabilitation, or remote students It is ideal for use in either schools or Occupational Therapy practices. CopyWrite can help teach literally any written script in the world. If you can write the script, CopyWrite can model your letters and record student responses for you. Examples are: English, Chinese, Thai, Arabic, Hebrew, Russian, Turkish, and Indian scripts. A companion application "CopyWrite-Asia" is available to teach scripts that are best presented on a grid, for example Asian scripts. Contact us for details. CopyWrite offers three major advantages over teaching handwriting with a blackboard and paper: Models Letters without a teacher. CopyWrite models dynamic letter formation without the need for a teacher to be present. A teacher need only be present to initially write the exercises, once that is done CopyWrite will take over and do the rest. Letters (or words) can be simply entered by writing directly on the screen, or tapping on an on-screen keyboard if desired. At the press of a button, the exact writing process will be replayed - stroke by stroke - exactly as the teacher wrote them. Even the timing can be reproduced if required - fast or slow - including pauses. This saves the teacher standing at the board demonstrating letter formation ad nauseum. Flat on the desk - not 'up on the board'. Where are students learning to write? On a horizontal sheet of paper. Where is the worst place to demonstrate letter formation? On a vertical board. Many students have trouble translating vertical lettering on a board onto a flat sheet of paper. CopyWrite solves that problem neatly - it sits flat on the desk - just where the student is writing - and shows letters being formed the same way - flat on the desk in the most natural way possible.
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