RocketReader Vocab trains you on a SAT-level vocabulary but allows you to create new
memory training lessons on any topic.
Creating new lessons is easy with a point and click interface.
You can make learning much more effective by adding images to your lessons. RocketReader
Vocab links to the biggest online image collection in the world (images at Google) and allows you directly
add images to your learning experience.
- Perfect for SAT examination training.
- ideal for business executives who must excel at oral communication.
- essential for those who want to make an impression through the power of words.
develops speed, comprehension, vocabulary, spelling & typing
also has a spelling mode. When you run the RocketReader exercises
in this mode, you must correctly type out the text that was flashed on
the screen. This exercises three essential processes. First, you must
read the text. Remember, the text is only flashed on the screen for a
split second, so you are required to remember the text in your mind's
eye. Secondly, you must remember the text. This becomes increasingly difficult
for longer text, as you have to keep the image of the text in your mind's
eye. Thirdly, you must type in the text when prompted by the exercise
system. This requires you to accurately translate the text from your mind's
eye into keystrokes on the computer, and forces you to visualize and reinforce
(by typing out) the spelling of all of the text that was flashed on the
screen. Since RocketReader contains a vast number of phrases and words,
you will be challenged to spell words that are not part of your active
vocabulary. Before long, you will notice an improvement in your ability
to visualize words. This skill is the key to good spelling.
draws from a rich database of words and phrases. The exercises,
practice readings, and speed tests make use of an extensive collection of
words and phrases. In basic mode, the vocabulary is suited to children.
(Please see the basic-level section to investigate a sample of the words
and phrases that make up this database). In the advanced levels, the vocabulary
range is much wider. For instance, the advanced word database has 25,000
different words as compared with the 3,000 words used in the basic level.
In the exercises you will come across interesting words that you will
want to look up in your dictionary and remember. Being introduced to
new words is the key to improving your vocabulary.
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