Reading Styles PROGRAMME
‘Teaching Reading the Way the Brain Learns’ (Grade 1 – 12)
A one-on-one programme based on international best reading practice
DOES YOUR CHILD NEED OUR PROGRAMME?
IS YOUR CHILD:
- In foundation phase (G1-3) and already EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTY (a little or a lot) with the basics of reading?
- In primary school (G4-7) and LEFT BEHIND (a little or a lot) with reading?
- In high school/college (G8 -12+) and HAVING DIFFICULTY reading and comprehending the volume of work across the subjects?
- Any age (G1-12+) and able to read but NOT DOING WELL WITH READING COMPREHENSION, especially with application of the CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS and UNDERSTANDING TEST AND EXAM questions?
- Any age and wanting to increase their learning potential by developing their reading and comprehensions skills to higher levels?
DID YOU KNOW?
“Every child can learn to read if they are taught according to how the brain learns…….
At-risk, readers of all ages tend to be global, tactile/kinesthetic learners
who have been required to learn in highly analytic and sedentary ways like listening or completing worksheets.,...”
40 years of international Learning Styles Research
“We’ve watched many children and teenagers with poor reading skills make excellent gains in short periods, grow in confidence and improve in other subjects…… The Centre for Life-Long Learning, Hilton
ABOUT OUR READING STYLES PROGRAMME
IT RAISES READING LEVELS FAST!
- Teaches students reading in the way they learn best.
- Enhances reading fluency, comprehension and word retention.
- Develops critical thinking skills.
- Uses materialsl that are of high interest to students – meaningful and relevant.
- Enables students to ‘stretchy’ and read above their reading levels.
- Motivates an interest in reading.
- Improves English and other subjects.
- Builds confidence almost immediately as success builds on success.
- Is continuously being researched and improved.
To learn more contact us.
Why not download the following articles to find out more about how children learn to read?
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