Multisensory phonics reading program for kids ages 5+ (LTK USB)

Multisensory phonics reading program for kids ages 5+ (LTK USB)

The LTK for Kids on USB is for children from Grade K to Grade 6. It will help your student master reading and decoding of the English language. The program contains 87 lessons and will take your child up to a Grade 5 reading level.

This version is perfect for elementary school-age kids. It contains more images, more instructions, more animations, and exciting game-play! This program offers intervention and remediation for students who may be falling behind or struggling with basic literacy skills. It can be done individually or as part of an Individualized Education Program (IEP) for kids who have been evaluated as having a learning disability by their school district. Among the types of student who can benefit:

  • Learners with learning disabilities / ADHD
  • ESL students needing additional language help
  • ELA students looking to keep ahead
  • Students with emotional disorders  or cognitive challenges (Autism)
  • Students with hearing, visual, speech, or language impairment

Specifications

  • This is a subscription for two (2) students that will be valid for 12 months after the purchase date. The subscription includes all new versions of LTK-KIDS during the subscription lifetime.
  • This package ships with one (1) LTK for Kids flash (USB) drive and one (1) LTK Card Deck.
  • Works on all computers with Windows XP/Vista or Windows 7/8/10.
  • Includes help for non-native English speaking students. (Spanish and many other languages supported)
  • To buy the online version, see LTK Reading Remediation (Instant Access Online version)

$299.00

LTK offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If our learning program does not satisfy your needs for any reason, you can either select another course or cancel your membership by email or phone during the first 14 days. Details
LTK offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If our learning program does not satisfy your needs for any reason, you can either select another course or cancel your membership by email or phone during the first 14 days. Details

About the LTK

The purpose of the LTK for Kids is to provide basic reading skills to children age 6 and older. Many of these students do not respond to traditional teaching methods. Instead, they need an explicit, intensive, sequential, and structured phonics method of instruction. They typically require three to ten times the number of usual repetitions to achieve mastery. Until now, these teaching methods have been available most often from only highly trained reading specialists.

The LTK is a programmed instructional platform that applies proven and explicit, intensive, sequential and structured phonics techniques redesigned for non-readers. The LTK uses these techniques to help students encode the sound–symbol correlation of letters and words. The basis for instructional delivery within the LTK is the renowned Orton-Gillingham approach, a highly successful worldwide process used since the 1930s with thousands of students with learning disabilities.

Some of major features of the LTK include:

  • Remediation and intervention of essential literacy areas
  • 87 lessons in 5 levels, each lesson lasting on average from 30 minutes to an hour
  • Practice on the four key languages skills: reading, writing, listening, and speaking
  • Ability to change the pace of lessons
  • AI that dynamically adjusts lessons to suit the learner
  • Instructions presented in over 20 languages for ESL learners
  • A learning management system (LMS) that delivers the specially designed interactive content and provides assessments and communication between all stakeholders.
  • A simple-to-use online Teacher’s Portal for student management (screen below)
  • Scalable from small classrooms to entire school districts

The Orton-Gillingham Method

The LTK uses the time-tested Orton-Gillingham Method to guide its instruction philosophy. This technique has a few main pillars: multimodality, repetition, and sequence. Mulisensory engagement is achieved through such activities as having students trace over letters with their fingers as they hear words spoken, so as to associate the tactile with the audible senses. Repetition simply reinforces student learning to make common pathways perform automatically. Additionally, the Orton-Gillingham Method follows a well-structured curriculum that increases in complexity in gradual steps and at appropriate times. Special education teachers know the value of Orton-Gillingham techniques, but training new staff in this method can be costly and time-consuming. This is one of the main reasons the LTK is so invaluable.

 

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