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 29, 9:00-3:00 PM
St. Vincent 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)
Why SOME SMART KIDS Cannot read
Information Parents Must know
Reading is critical for success in school and in life and yet, millions of capable children are not learning to read and spell well in school. That is also the main reason why struggling students cannot comprehend what they have read because technically they cannot read.
Smart and even extremely smart as well as highly gifted individuals cannot read if they have very weak phonological skills.
Their high IQ score/intelligence and gifted range in abstract reasoning and logic do not predict reading success in the beginning stages but it is the phonological skill of the students. It is how well they manipulate the sounds – connect, remove, add, and transfer the sounds because the English language is based on elemental sounds, the foundation for learning to read.
Their high IQ score/intelligence and gifted range in abstract reasoning and logic do not predict reading success in the beginning stages but it is the phonological skill of the students. It is how well the students manipulate the sounds – connect, remove, add, and transfer the sounds because the English language is based on elemental sounds.
This is the reason why Kindergarten and grade one teachers have the most important and greatest responsibilities in our children’s future because Kindergarten and grade one teachersteacher can “make” or “break” our future unless there are highly skilled reading instructors who could teach the students with a specific learning disability to learn how to read well.
After learning to read the focus will shift to reading to learn from the very simple to advanced level. This is where the students can fully apply their intelligence and reasoning abilities. This is the stage where the students will use interpretative strategies: comprehending, questioning, analyzing, and summarizing the concepts.
to be continued...