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Google Read Along

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Google ReadAlong

Use Case

Personalized Adaptive Learning





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Potential Benefits of this Product

Learners will likely be able to:

  • The learners have adequate autonomy to decide the story they want to read and engage with.
  • They can navigate to any part of the product and learn at their own pace
  • There are adequate motivational features to motivate the learners to engage with the product.
  • The presence of personalized scaffolds while reading helps the learners immensely in reading and understanding the story.

Adults supporting the learners will likely be able to

  • There is an opportunity for the teacher to create reading groups for the learners.
  • The parents can help their children by supporting them as and when required by listening to the instructions.
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Potential Limitations of this Product

Learners will likely face the following issues:

  • There is the presence of erroneous pronunciation when tapping on certain words which can be a challenge for the learners.
  • The learners might not be able to understand how to improve their skills in the activities following the stories because of insufficient feedback.

Adults supporting the learners will likely face the following issues

  • While the information provided by the interface such as the number of stars earned by learners, time spent in reading, etc is easy to interpret, it doesn’t provide sufficient guidance to the user as to where they need to put in the effort to make progress.

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