DyslexicLogic.com provides unique high quality products for dyslexia support. The Literacy Support Programme provides a step by step guide on how to deliver excellent literacy intervention. It is suitable for specialist teachers (1-1 or small group work), home schooling parents, and teaching assistants providing individual support programmes.
This programme developed in response to the latest research into dyslexia, learning and memory. It includes activities that target the critical difficulties encountered by children with dyslexia. It strengthens phonological awareness, sequencing skills, and the recognition and retention of grapheme-phoneme links. It provides a comprehensive guide to supporting children with basic literacy skills. Combining a clear systematic synthetic phonics program with the fundamental principles of multisensory learning, this programme provides a fun, accessible way to ensure every child is literate.
Literacy Support Programme - Part 1
This book provides a step by step guide on how to deliver excellent literacy intervention. Part 1 covers the earliest stages, from sound recognition to writing basic sentences. It includes guidance on planning and assessment, teaching content and activities.
A4 format (81 pages)
This programme is aimed at early intervention. Book 1 can be used as additional support with pre-school children who may be dyslexic, and with Reception and Year 1 children to support in class learning. Older children will often benefit from returning to the basics before progressing to Book 2.
Print Version - Spiral Bound
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Literacy Support Programme - Part 2
This book provides a step by step guide on how to deliver excellent literacy intervention. Part 2 covers the middle stages, from introducing long vowel spelling patterns to exploring morphology through affixes. It includes guidance on planning and assessment, teaching content and activities.
A4 format (186 pages)
Book 2 is designed to be used in conjunction with Book 1. It covers content usually introduced in Reception and Year 1, but which children often need to re-visit much later if they are struggling with basic literacy skills.