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  • Writer's pictureRuth Tougas

You've got a cheaper tutor -an ultimate guide for finding an effective tutor for your dyslexic child

A cheaper tutoring rate does not mean you've got the best deal for your dyslexic nonreader or struggling reader - an ultimate guide for finding an effective reading tutor...


Some tutors and tutoring centers are claiming that their method of teaching for a dyslexic nonreader and struggling reader is proven to be effective and as a desperate parent, you would jump right away because the price of tutoring is very affordable but a cheaper rate is not always the best option instead you, your child and your family are paying the price. If your dyslexic nonreader or struggling reader is not getting better, everyone suffers: financially, psychologically, emotionally, socially...

While learning to read and spell depend on the capacity of the student to learn, there MUST be an improvement of your child’s reading and spelling skills, within, at least, the 15 sessions for a one-to-one instruction; for example, if your six-year-old child has learned the sounds of /a/, /g/, /n/, /m/ then he should be able to read these words: ag, an, am, gan, gam, nag, nan, nam, mag, man, mam and since these words follow the rules of the English language your child should be able to spell these words as well, even if he has not seen these words. For a second grader and older, your child should be able to read and spell these nonsense words: sprabdant, strennel, splutted, thrasnic, scrinmusp - an ultimate guide for finding an effective reading teacher!


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