WYNN Tip: Learning
Vocabulary with WYNN (Pink Tool Bar)
1. Get the vocabulary
words into WYNN (scan them, type them, or highlight them in an
existing document and create a separate List)
2. Use WYNN’s Dictionary to
look up the definition.
a. Use the Read > button
to hear the definition.
b. If there is a word in the definition that needs to be defined, double
click on it.
c. Close the Dictionary when done with the word.
3. Move to the
next word and repeat.
1. Paste a definition
from the Dictionary into the document
a. Select a definition from the Dictionary, then click the “Copy
to Clipboard” button and Close the dictionary.
b. Put the cursor where you want to paste the text, then do one of the following:
i. Use the Copy/Paste button
ii. Use a right mouse click, then choose Paste
iii. Select Paste from the Edit menu
iv. Use the Paste shortcut command, Ctrl V
2. Create a Text
Note with the definition*
a. Click on
the Text Note button and paste the definition
into it, or
b. type in your own definition using vocabulary at the student’s level
*(This is a great way to “hide” the definition until it’s
requested with a double-click on the notepad icon that has been inserted.)
3. Use WYNN’s Voice
Note to record a sentence using the word.
Note: If you
wish, you can create a Custom Tool Bar (refer to the “Custom
Tool Bar” tip sheet) with just the buttons a student needs
for this activity (i.e. Read, Dictionary, Copy/Paste, Voice Note,