Read My Lips: Reading English Application Tool In The Development Of Middle Youth Students Thru Language Instruction Using Phonetic Sounds
Reading is a key to learning skills. It enhances our learning skills. It develops comprehensions opens up a lot of answers
for further learning. And the use of computer programs and applications supplements regular reading instructions. The
computer application for Project R.E.A.D. M.Y. L.I.P.S (Reading English Application tool in the Development of Middle
Youth students thru Language Instruction using Phonetic Sounds), is a computer based program, which provides the
compilation of options such as: Phonetic Alphabet, Let’s Read and Let’s Play options. The system is designed to provide
pre elementary English Teacher with a supplementary tool in teaching reading. The system operates on different types
of computer specification. The screen resolution must be 14 inches as minimum requirements to make it easy and
compatible to use. A minimum storage space is 256 MB. Installation package and executable file were made for good
and easy installation and operation of the system. The system was evaluated excellent in its performance and
functionality using the ISO evaluation tool for software developemnt.
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