WriteOnline and Dyslexia
WriteOnline's powerful word predictor helps students with dyslexia to write the words they want without having to write every letter.
It works by offering a list of likely words as you type, using a combination of the context (what you have written before) and any letters you have already typed in the current word. Even if a student starts to type a word incorrectly (e.g. "Wen" for the start of "Wednesday"), the predictor is still able to predict appropriate words. Using our SoundsLike™ technology, WriteOnline works out what the letter string sounds like and offers words beginning with a similar sound.
Students can listen to any word in the list to check if it's the word they want before entering it into the word processor. The predictor is displayed either at the side of the document or at the cursor, and it works anywhere in the document.
Students with dyslexia are released from the onerous task of trying to spell each word, and are able to succeed in writing tasks that were previously beyond them.
Find out more about WriteOnline's word predictor