Learning Tools in OneNote for Windows 10

Learning Tools in OneNote for Windows 10

Learning Tools are designed to help you improve your reading skills by boosting your ability to pronounce words correctly, to read quickly and accurately, and to understand what you read.

We know from research that reading requires the following abilities:

  • Decoding: The ability to pronounce words the right way.

  • Fluency: The ability to read quickly and accurately.

  • Comprehension: The ability to understand what you read.

Learning Tools in OneNote can help you develop and enhance your reading abilities.

Use Learning Tools in your notebook

  1. On the View tab, choose Immersive Reader.

    Your page opens within the Immersive Reader.

  2. You can do one or more of the following in Immersive Reader, depending on how you want to focus on the content.

    • Select Play at the bottom of the window to hear your page read aloud and to see the text highlighted simultaneously. The narrator starts reading from the top of your page by default, unless you have selected a word, in which case it will start reading from the selected word. Select Pause to stop narration.

      Select Voice Options on the top right of the document to change the speed of narration.

    • Text options   

      You can change the appearance of your page by using Text options. The choices you make in text options can help bring more attention to the content and remove visual distraction.

      Set Text Size, Spacing, Font, and Themes that suit your learning needs. You can increase or decrease text size and the amount of spacing between letters and words. The Theme color you select becomes the background color of the page.

      Text Options
    • Parts of Speech   

      Select one or more of the following options:

      • Syllables to break words into syllables.

      • Nouns to highlight nouns in your document in purple.

      • Verbs to highlight verbs in your document in red.

      • Adjectives to highlight adjectives in your document in teal.

        Parts Of Speech

  3. Click the Close icon in the upper-right corner to exit the Immersive Reader.

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