Two Educational Programs on cassette for the Acorn Electron
This pack contains two programs on cassette. All instructions are contained in the programs and are shown on the screen. These are pictorial programs for practising simple mathematical operations for numbers 1 to 99. The object of the exercise is to make a balance level by inputting the correct missing number into one side of a simple equation. Incorrect answers will tilt the balance in the appropriate direction; after two incorrect attempts the program responds with the correct answer.
The programs offer a high degree of user control over the exercises presented the the child. 'Teachers' Notes' which appear at the beginning of each program give the user the opportunity to edit the layout, difficulty, content and timing of the exercise before the child begins. Once these parameters are set, the program can be used by up to 20 children and their results will be stored for later recall.
About the Authors
Russel Wills began his career in computing in 1966 when he joined IBM as a lecturer. He then worked in Africa for five years as a systems analyst, returning to the UK in 1972 to take up his present post as lecturer in computer education in Dundee.
Ann Wills is head Teacher of a primary school. Russel and Ann Wills share a common interest in the development of software for the microcomputer and the integration of this material into the school curriculum.
The following utilities are also available to allow you to edit the supplied screens of this game:
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