The Language Tune-Up Kit(LTK®) reading program embraces both phonics-based reading strategies & interactive Orton-Gillingham engagement.
Benefits for Schools and Teachers
Helping your learning-challenged students learn to read is always difficult. If dyslexia or remediation is part of the problem you have significant hurdle to overcome.
Typically, students have different reading levels and your ability to teach in a one-on-many environment is almost impossible. The question for teachers and administrators is “how can one teacher teach multiple students at the same time?”
The Language Tune-Up Kit will do it for you! Our built-in reading assessment automatically places each student at the appropriate starting lesson based on their current reading level.
This schools dyslexia software has been tested by schools for over 20 years. Thousands of students have been helped because the program is entirely based on the Orton-Gilingham method. This means that you will receive the very best assistance possible.
You will save time and money by using your own computers to help your students. And no teacher training is necessary to get the benefits of Orton-Gilingham–it’s built-in to the program!
LTK provides comprehensive reports to help teachers and administrators determine areas of weakness and student performance. The LTK schools management system makes enrolling new students is as easy as typing in their name and password. No guessing about how well your students are doing.
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 rules.
All versions provide instruction in both English and Spanish.
Our unique Dictation exercises do not exist in any other schools dyslexia software available today!
Why It 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 learning pathways. It’s all Orton-Gillingham.