Always Arthur (PC and Mac, CD-ROM) Media Vision - 1993 USA, Canada Release
|Platform(s)||PC and Mac|
|Label||Professor Gooseberry's I Can Read Club|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
A Story by Amanda Graham and Donna Gynell.
When the new dog Bonzer arrives, no one is happier than Arthur. Even though Bonzer runs faster and jumps higher, Arthur doesn't mind. But when Bonzer becomes Melanie's favorite, Arthur minds very much indeed. Early readers will find Arthur irresistible as they learn to read.
Four steps to learning to read.
Look/Listen. Enjoy the story, pictures and music without text as it is read aloud by a narrator.
Read Along. Read along with the narrator by following the text on the screen.
Think About The Story. Interact with the language and ideas of the book in a variety of re-reading activities.
You Read. Read the story independently by clicking on any unknown words.
Tour Menu. By clicking on the left side of the screen, the child is given a tour of the entire program.
Main Menu. All choices are represented by whimsical, easy-to-understand icons.
Look/Listen Mode. The story is read aloud by a narrator accompanied by a musical score.
Think About The Story. The child responds to the story in a variety of ways.
Professor Gooseberry's I Can Read Club. Learning to read is one of the most important tasks your child will ever have to accomplish, but it doesn't have to be difficult.
Professor Gooseberry's I Can Read Club use multimedia adaptations of popular children's literature to make learning to read both easy and fun.
The I Can Read Club combines scientifically proven classroom techniques on an easy-to-use interactive CD-ROM for learning at home. Unlike game-based reading software, Professor Gooseberry's I Can Read Club has been developed by educators and is based on sound pedagogical principles.