Multisensory Reading Clinic
100% Success Online & Onsite Orton-Gillingham Dyslexia Treatment
Expertise in Literacy Instruction with High-Powered Reading & Spelling Skills
Greater Montreal, Quebec, Canada
The Greater Montreal area's only direct, expilcit, multisensory, structured, systematic, cumulative, diagnostic, prescriptive, intensive, and cognitive, but flexible phonics and research-based instruction literacy clinic with 100% SUCCESS literacy intervention, remediation, and prevention
Literacy Training for classroom educators
May 15, 9:00-3:00 PM
Our Lady of Peace Elementary, Laval
Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board Educators - Exclusive
Dyslexia Specialist/Therapist, Orton-Gillingham Practitioner/Tutor, Learning Disabilities Specialist/Strategist
Structured Literacy Intervention, Remediation & Prevention for Nonreaders & Struggling Readers
"The positive impact Ruth has had on my daughter cannot be overstated. We tried for years to find support for her dyslexia but to no avail. With Ruth, we saw immediate improvements in my daughter's decoding and confidence." "Highly recommended."
- Rishi Dhir (Elephant Stone)
What is Literacy?
Literacy is a comprehensive term that refers to the ability to read, write, and conduct any other activities related to written language effectively and children do not acquire literacy skills at the same time. Literacy acquisition is affected by three factors, which are cognitive, psychological, and ecological domains of the Component Model of Reading.
The ability to decode the written word and comprehend written language are two components that make up the cognitive domain of the Component Model. To comprehend written text, the reader should be able to decode written words instantly and automatically. Thus, fluency is an important characteristic of a good reader.
Motivation and interest, learning styles, teacher expectations, and gender differences are components of the psychological domain of the Component model. These factors also affect literacy acquisition.
Home environment, dialectical differences, and peer influence also affect literacy acquisition. These are placed under the ecological domain of the Component of Modelthe. Parents play an important role in influencing children's acquisition and, eventually, children's performance at school.
Successful teaching depends on the teacher's ability to understand the nature and role of the different components described in the Component model.
Source: Aaron, P.G.m Malatesha Joshi, R., Quatroche, D.