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Synonyms, Antonyms, Homonyms

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Product Description

Australian Version Delivered on CD ROM

Please Contact Us if you prefer to download the software and we will send you the Download links and Installation Codes.

This program is for higher level word-retrieval ("word-finding") common in aphasia. It's a companion or follow-on to AphasiaTutor 2.

Appropriate for:

  • Word retrieval
  • Semantics
  • Vocabulary development
  • Reasoning

What it does


Displays a prompt such as "Up is the opposite of ___". The patient chooses or types the correct answer.

As the title suggests, has lessons where the patient finds a word that has the same meaning (Synonym), opposite meaning (Antonym) or finds another word that sounds the same (Homonym).

Highest levels are very challenging. The patient is given a definition. S/he must then match that to the definition of another word that sounds the same.


15 Lessons of increasing difficulty:

 

  1. Opposites (multiple choice) Opposites (fill-in-the blank) 
  2. Opposites (multiple choice) - Harder 
  3. Opposites (fill-in-the blank) - Harder 
  4. Words with the same meaning (multiple choice) 
  5. Words with the same meaning (fillin) 
  6. Words with the same meaning (multiple choice) - Harder 
  7. Words with the same meaning (fillin) - Harder 
  8. Words with the same meaning (multiple choice) - Hardest 
  9. Words with the same meaning (fillin) - Hardest 
  10. Words that sound alike (multiple choice) 
  11. Words that sound alike (fillin) 
  12. Words that sound alike (Hard) 
  13. Words that sound alike (Harder) 
  14. Words that sound alike (Hardest)

Lesson Examples:

Easiest level (#1)


BIG is the opposite of:

small
large
bag
bug

(Answer: a. Small)

Most challenging level (#15)
"precipitation is ___"

which sounds like the word for :

  • kitchen appliance which keeps food cold
  • pants made with denim
  • the rule of royalty
  • paper which assists route-finding

Did you find that challenging enough?

This is the highest level in this program, so don't expect the patient to get the right answer immediately. They have 14 other lessons to build up their skills before tackling #15.

Answer:

C, because "the rule of royalty" is "Reign" which SOUNDS LIKE "rain". Precipitation is
"rain").

Can be used independently, thanks to special features.

Features


Over 350 exercises.
14 different lessons, each at a different difficulty.

Sound cues provided for the Homonym lessons.

Easy-to-use. You can use the mouse, touchscreen or keyboard.

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Computer Requirements

Windows 3.1 or higher, 486 DX or higher CPU

8 MB or more memory
Sound Card
20 MB Hard Drive space

Microsoft Windows (Any version from 1998 to present: 98, NT, 2000, XP, Vista, and Windows 7 and 8),
32 MB or more memory
About 20 MB Hard Drive space

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