Repetition causes the brain to remember what it 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 based on the Orton-Gillingham Method.
Our unique Dictation exercises do not exist in any other Orton-Gillingham Dyslexia Software available today!
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The Orton-Gillingham Dyslexia Software integrates the K-8 foundation of literacy skills: alphabet (name, formation, sound), phonemic awareness, phonics (explicit, sequential, simultaneous multisensory), reading, and language arts. Skills are taught and practiced with multiple activities in each lesson with a game-like assessment at the end of each lesson. Students learn, practice, and apply skills, plus reinforce previous skills. This accelerates the learning process by boosting student achievement and self-esteem.
Home educators and teachers find the LTK to be effective for ALL learning styles: for dyslexia/LLD (language learning difficulties), reading problems, learns differently, and students that need an engaging/hands-on program. It aids a beginning reader by minimizing confusion and providing a streamlined, comprehensive foundation that fills in the gaps in their reading capabilities.
Teachers, tutors, and parents truly appreciate this program. The entire Orton-Gillingham curriculum is contained within this reading program and was closely scrutinized by teachers formally trained in the methodology before being released to the general public.
The LTK contains user-friendly, phonics-based lesson plans with the structure, strategies, tips, techniques and rules needed to teach phonics for reading. Orton- Gillingham strategies and techniques help solve difficulties with letter reversals, auditory shortcomings, spelling, retention, blends, fluency, and comprehension.
No other software program teaches the 104 phonemes that are contained within the Language Tune-up Kit.
Successful results have been achieved by Reading Specialists (Title 1, LAP, RTI, Transition Programs, Special Ed, Learning Differences), reading tutors, classroom teachers, speech/language therapists, parents, and home educators.