Problem with traditional programs

Traditional instructional programs are not appropriate for people with Dyslexia.  Dyslexics do not process language as others do.  They need instruction that is clear, organized, and multi-sensory. Along with these techniques, the structure of written English is taught-sounds (phonemes), prefixes, suffixes, roots and common spelling rules. There are many good programs incorporating the Orton-Gillingham Multisensory approach to learning. Some of the most popular Orton-Gillingham programs include:  The Stevenson Language, The Recipe for Reading, Spalding The Writing Road To Reading, Wilson, Herman Method, Slingerland, and Alphabetic Phonics.

About Kate Kresse

I love to write, I love to talk, I love to uplift people when I can. I am a woman in love with life. I am a wife, mom, tutor, writer, and I am a perennial optimist. (OK not every single minute but you get the point! :-)
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