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LiteraSee's mission is to help you remediate your student's reading and spelling struggles. With Orton-Gillingham-based literacy teaching materials and visual aids, LiteraSee has helped children in kindergarten through eighth grade since 2014.
LiteraSee strives to simplify teaching reading and spelling with streamlined lesson plans and effective teaching tools. With a predictable ten-step lesson sequence, illustrated instructions, and video tutorials, scripted prompts are unnecessary! LiteraSee's learning platform is unique due to the many creative spelling strategies, memorable illustrations, vowel team storyboards, and engaging games.
LiteraSee is effective! (Please see testimonials under the MORE tab.) The Orton-Gillingham approach to teaching literacy is science-based and has been shown to remediate reading and spelling struggles. LiteraSee's scope and teaching methodology are those specified in The Gillingham Manual. Gillingham, Anna, and Bessie W. Stillman. The Gillingham Manual: Remedial Training for Children with Specific Disability in Reading, Spelling, and Penmanship. 8th ed., Educators Publishing Service, 1997.
About LiteraSee Concepts Illustrated:
With appropriate resources and practice, practice, practice, your students will learn how words work!
LiteraSee Concepts was born from my passion for helping struggling readers like my children. I wanted to ensure that busy teachers, tutors, or homeschool parents like you had access to affordable, effective, and user-friendly resources.
While training at a Children's Dyslexia Center, I was determined to engage my students fully, so I designed concept cards depicting each literacy concept.
After each lesson, I exhibited the new concept card on the student's board grouped in categories to help them make literacy connections and show "the big picture." This cohesive collection of lessons also provided a convenient daily review.
This collection of cards dramatically transformed how I taught, and my student's engagement increased with every concept learned.
After receiving my International Multi-Sensory Language Education Council (IMSLEC) teaching certification, I realized that creating daily Orton-Gillingham-based leveled lesson plans was an unrealistic time-consuming task for most educators or busy parents. I wanted them to have access to the same effective teaching tools as those used by other trained dyslexia tutors and reading specialists nationwide.
While creating LiteraSee has been a fulfilling endeavor, the most rewarding outcome of my work is seeing the confidence and pride my students gain as they add a new concept card to their "wall of achievements."
Check out this insightful video of a courageous mom teaching her child to read and exposing how most schools in America teach reading.
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