CONTENT

With OVObot, you can practice by voice vocabulary exercises, concepts, time and math. OVObot helps you test, review and apply the skills you have learned. Voice-assisted conversational training enhances listening comprehension and clear oral responses.

OVObot understands the answers based on automatic speech recognition and gives immediate feedback on the answer given.

The content framework has been developed based on the curriculum and comments prepared by the National Board of Education. Several teachers of different age groups from Hungarian to special and basic education have also been involved in the planning.

OVObots is a member of Education Finland’s Education Export Program and is rated by the Finnish National Board of Education and Program Director as an innovative company with excellent educational export potential. OVObots has also passed the Finnish xEdu training export program.

MENU – homescreen

The robot has five pre-installed programs that can be started by pressing the icon on the screen.

 

MEMORY – CONCEPTS – MATH – CLOCK – DIALOG

MEMO

The Memo exercise contains the names of common things and activities. It can be used to identify things in your own language or to learn names and functions in a foreign language.

 

Eating

spoon, fork, knife

Food

fish, chicken, meat, potatoes, rice

Beverages and desserts

milk, water, juice, coffee, tea, ice cream, cake…

Vegetables

Greetings

Good morning, -day,-eve- ning, -night…

Good manners

Hi, how are you,
Hi! Good thanks. …

Human

mouth, eye, nose, ear …

Emotions and senses

laughing, crying, smiling…

Clothing

pants, skirt, socks, shirt …

Classroom

pen, rubber, book, notebook, ruler…

What is he doing?

standing, walking, sitting,- bikes, pulls …

What is he doing?

standing, walking, sitting,- bikes, pulls …

Sports and gymnastics

soccer, basketball, skate …

Domestic Animals

Cow, horse, cat, dog, pig, sheep, chicken …

Wildlife

fox, frog, mouse, bird, ant, snake …

Animals of the world

The kitchen

toaster, microwave oven, . kettle, coffee maker, bowl,

measuring cup …

The bedroom

bed, chair, wrist watch, charger, telephone, com- puter …

The bathroom

bed, chair, wrist watch, charger, telephone, com- puter …

Motor vehicles

car, train, airplane, ship, boat, bus, …

Money

identification of coins and banknotes

Shapes

recognize 2d shapes; circle, triangle, square… recognize 3d shapes; cube, cone …

tomato, carrot, cucumber,- cabbage …

Fruits and berries

orange, banana, lemon, watermelon …

Colors

blue, yellow, red, green…

The numbers

1-10

Elephant, giraffe, zebra, lion, tiger….

The living room

television, speaker, radio, remote control, light switch, battery …

CONCEPTS

The concept exercise contains a variety of general concepts to help you visualize and explain the environment. These are required to progress to more difficult mathematical exercises.
Topics that are covered under concepts are:

Location and relationship

Where’s the ball? Behind the tree,

in front of the tree, next to the tree, on the table…

What kind of

Big-small, thick-thin, fast-slow, full-empty, …

Comparison

High – higher – highest, high – low
big – bigger – biggest, big – small

More – less – just as much

3 > 2, 2 < 3, 3 = 3

Where and where to?

Right – left, straight – oblique, far – near, …

Length

Measure and estimate the length in non-standard units Compare the length of objects through observation

Compass points

North East South West Northeast, southeast, southwest, northwest

2D Shapes (geometry)

Identify a square
Identify a rectangle Identify a circle
Identify a triangle
Cutting shapes into basic pieces

MATH

Overview of the Math Syllabus
Here are the topics and skills that robot will ask from students.

Kids begins with simple counting before they move on to learn how to add, subtract, multiply and divide.
Math topics that are covered under the topic Numbers are: Numbers, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division. You can refer to the table below for the breakdown of the skills in each topic.

Whole numbers

Count the number of objects (Max:10)
Count the number of objects (Max:20)
Count the number of objects in tens (Max:100) Compare and order numbers (Max:10) Compare and order numbers (Max:20) Compare and order numbers (Max:100) Understand place values up to 10

Identifying ordinal numbers – exact position
Identifying ordinal numbers – relative position

Addition

Know number bonds for numbers up to 10
Add 2 1-digit numbers Add a 1-digit number to 2-digit number

Add 2 2-digit numbers

Subtraction

Subtract 2 1-digit numbers Subtract a 1-digit number to 2-digit number
Subtract 2 2-digit number

Multiplication

Add equal groups Multiply within 40

Division

Divide within 20

Pattern

Identify patterns in number sequences
Identify patterns 2D shapes according to size, shape, colour & orientation

Money

Count amount of money in cents up to $1
Count amount of money in dollars up to $100

 

CLOCK

Read the time to the hour/half hour/quarter

Equal Hours

It’s three o ‘clock

Half an hour

It’s half past ten

A quarter to or past

It is 15 to 7,
The clock is 15 past 5

Other times

It’s five minutes to two

DIALOG

In the Dialogue exercises the user is practicing to use language do different things. User can practice to buy different things like clothes, food, tickets or order food from a restaurant.

Restaurant

Order a main course, side dish, drink and dessert

Supermarket

Buy the products you want, the quantity you want.
Finally, you will receive a summary of your purchases showing the products you purchased and their prices

Ticket agency

Buy tickets for the desired destination at the desired time, using the means of transport of your choice

TECH SPECS

CUSTOMISED SETUP

Teachers can instantly create

personalised challenges

online through cloud software