All versions provide
instruction in both English and
Dyslexia and Reading
"The Language Tune-Up Kit has saved our son! After working with a paid
tutor for 3 months we decided to try a software approach and our child's
progress began to skyrocket within 2 weeks. He is able to work with the
program with no assistance and enjoys the positive reinforcement he gets
from it. The reports tell me that he is doing very well."

- Mary Sherwood, New York
How the Language tune-Up Kit (LTK) Works
All instruction is provided by prerecorded human voice, so it's just like working
directly with a teacher.

LTK teaches a student how to sound out letter combinations and make them into
words. It does this through audio, visual and tactile-kinesthetic (learn by "doing")

LTK lesson exercises teach skills in word building, audio recognition (identifying
the sounds made by letter combinations), oral reading of words/sentences and
stories (with questions), dictation (where the student types phrases/sentences
provided by the program), quizzes and sight words (words that do not conform to
phonetic spelling rules).

Orton-Gillingham Reading Software

Dyslexia and Reading
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Our unique Dictation exercises do not exist in any other software available today!

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After completing LTK's 87
lessons, students can decode
and read 90% of all words in
the English language. The
remaining 10% are words that
do not follow word-building
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Why LTK Works
Repetition causes the brain to remember what is taught. Sequence of instruction
ensures minimal confusion.
Multisensory interaction teaches to the student's
strengths while improving their weakest
(applies only to LTK
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If a child can't learn the way we teach,
maybe we should teach the way they learn.