Once you have your three quotations you would like to practice with, you can use the Impromptu Shuffle built in timer to time your preparation and speech.
Developed by Danny Cantrell, Director of Debate at Mt. SAC, whose students have won numerous awards in Impromptu speaking. Avoid wasting time searching for impromptu quotations during practice.
This application is incredibly easy to use and will be an invaluable training aide for any forensics students who wants to improve their ability to give impromptu speeches.
LetMeTalk enables you to line up images in a meaningful way to read this row of images as a sentence. To line up images is known as PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) or AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication).
The image database of LetMeTalk contains more than 9,000 easy to understand images from ARASAAC (http://arasaac.org). Additionally, you can add existing images from the device or take new photos with the build in camera.
To use LetMeTalk, no internet connection or mobile contract is necessary. Therefore you can use LetMeTalk in almost any situation, like hospitals, nursing home or schools.
At the first start of LetMeTalk, the app will download a data package with all images (about 70MB).
You can find LetMeTalk tutorials at http://letmetalk.info/support
• autism symptoms and Asperger syndrome, autistic spectrum disorder (ASD)
• speech apraxia
• articulation/phonological disorder
• Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
• Motor Neuron Disease (MND)
• cerebral palsy
• down syndrome
• more than 9,000 images from ARASAAC included
• voice support for images and sentences
• unlimited creation of new categories and adding new images
• pre configured for kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
• supported languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian and German, Chinese, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Arabic, Russian, Polish, Bulgarian, Romanian, Galician, Catalan, Basque
• voice, if used language is supported by installed text to speech engine