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Provided by the Massachusetts Assistive Technology Act Program (MassMATCH)

Sept. 3rd, 2013
Reading Comprehension Booster (an iPad app)  
This new app for iPad is a set of interactive tools for use with any book. It employs a bookmark concept to tap into different ability levels and interests. Users read or listen to directions, draw, type, drag or record responses and can email their work to parents or teachers. $3.99 at iTunes 

From the iTunes Reviews:

"This app is perfect for my computer/iPad addicted apraxic son! He struggles with writing, and connecting his thoughts in order. Also, the play back button helps my son hear his own speech and correct it." - Aquifolia

"This easy to use app is a terrific tool for supporting student achievement through organization, recall, and interpretation of fiction text. I can't wait to try it with non fiction items, students love it. It is intuitive and easy to use. A must have tool for the classroom or for individual students!" - Mastertchr12 (Ed Consultant)
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