Sound Reading Programs
Sound Reading’s Hop, Skip & Jump program teaches fundamental reading skills needed for beginner readers. The program focuses on developing the learners ability to hear and process sounds in the brain first (auditory processing) and then teaches them how to match the sounds to letters.
Boost and Remedy programs are used as remedial programs to help individuals that are falling below grade level in reading. These programs help individuals by reinforcing essential reading skills needed to become a successful reader. The reading program focuses on auditory processing, phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency and reading comprehension. Sound Reading programs upon completion has proven to show 1-2 grade level improvement in reading skills.
Students with Dyslexia or Special Needs
Sound Reading was designed by an individual with Dyslexia. This program was uniquely developed to cater to the needs of individuals with Dyslexia and other special needs. Our programs focus on developing auditory processing skills an essential skill that is often missing in struggling readers. Individuals that often struggle with other reading programs have proven to have great success using Sound Reading.
ESL / ELL Students
Sound Reading helps beginning English speakers learn the basics and fundamentals of the English language. These programs help ESL/ELL students understand how to construct sounds, words and sentences in the English language. Upon completion of this program students will become fluent in English.