Cambridge Anglo-Korean Education
These programs are for children between 5 and 7 years old, (years 1 and 2 in Britain), and are to help with reading and spelling some more difficult consonant and vowel combinations with two or three letters. The instructions are with the programs and are straightforward, just press the return key after typing in your word to get the answer, hear the word spoken, British English accent, and get some points. There are a maximum of 300 points in each case. Parents can decide on any reward for reaching this target, (not easy as there are a few unusual combinations in all of them).
They were written in Java 1.1 and use the au sound format, which is not very high quality but is fairly small file size. The speed at which the sounds load depends on your connection but shouldn't be more than a few seconds. However, it is probably best to wait and hear the word before doing the next one.
Anyone who wants the source can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the links to test words from the following consonant and vowel clusters.
sc sch sl sm sn sp st sw e ee oo ou l ll n p t Here is another program that tells you the phonetic sounds of the alphabet ans some common consonant clusters such as th or ch.
br cr dr fr tr ea ie d k m nd
ch sh th wh ea ee ei er e l p r t
ch gr st tr ai ee l n r
Here is another program that tells you the phonetic sounds of the alphabet ans some common consonant clusters such as th or ch.