Prof Lecto allows you to practice reading independently

Prof Lecto is an application developed in Quebec that allows students learning to read to practice independently using voice recognition.

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Do you know Prof Lecto? It is an application developed in Quebec that allows students learning to read (cycle 1) to practice independently through the use of voice recognition. Teachers can, if they wish, edit reading lists and consult student statistics, thus providing a portrait of the level of practice and success of their class. They can also detect learning difficulties so that they can intervene earlier. 

The app works on Apple, Android devices and through the Google Chrome web browser and is available in French, English and Spanish. Installation is free, ready-made exercises for specific sounds can be purchased afterwards. 

A pilot project is underway in ten classes in Quebec. 

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