BRONX, NY, January 31, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The Reader, text-to-speech software, reads Chukchansi words entered into a text area then speaks those words to the user through their speakers or headphones. The software also displays images for the text based on the context of the text, if images are available, to assist learners.
Users can use Reader to read words in phrases, sentences, paragraphs, regardless of textual format (punctuation, carriage returns, line feeds, etc.). Users can use Reader to create phrases and sentences and follow words as they are spoken; they become better readers because they can associate the words with their sound and visuals.
This particular implementation of Reader, uses a limited vocabulary of the Chukchansi language based on words listed in the Fall 2012 issue of Fresno State Magazine, "Chukchansi Indians pledge $1 million to help preserve language", by Kathleen R. Schock, pp 16-17.
Science Academy Software is not affiliated in any way with the Chukchansi Tribe or California State University, Fresno, CA. This implementation provided freely to the Chukchansi people courtesy of Science Academy Software.
Try it out:
To learn more about Reader text-to-speech software, visit:
Note: You will need a Flash enabled browser. If you get to the URL and it's busy, try again later. Performance is a function of bandwidth -- server performance, Internet connections, and network traffic.
Please share these URLs with your local school teacher(s).
Science Academy Software is a developer and publisher of educational and entertainment software. For more information, please contact Robert Cummings at (559) 676-6696---
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