World can be used in many ways. Originally designed to make computers
accessible to children with special needs, it has proved extremely
popular in main-stream education, where it offers opportunities
for interactive learning across the curriculum.
can be used to reinforce and to extend learning in a wide range
of situations, from whole-class use to individual programs of
screens can contain pictures, text and sound. Pictures and text
can be picked up, moved, dropped and deleted. Text can be added
and edited. The program is very simple to learn and use, yet
is powerful enough to be a most effective learning tool.
is supported by hundreds of screens produced by other software
houses and by teachers themselves. My World screens are available
for an age range from pre-school children to high school students.
subject areas including modern languages, mathematics, science,
design, history and geography.
can be made and edited using Oak Draw.
by a wide range of screens - 16 supplied
up, move, drop and discard objects on screen
grid to place objects accurately
to other screens for an interactive sequence of activities
libraries of text and pictures
to rotate, scale and reflect objects
and editing of text in any language
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