Children with dyslexia can succeed if you show them how!
Science explains why "show and tell" is so powerful. A research study from Psychology Today links visual aids to improved recall and retrieval. The article in the Journal of Interactive Learning Environments indicates that visual cues may strengthen learning and foster engagement. Furthermore, a Journal of Computer-Assisted Learning study showed that learners with little prior knowledge benefited more from visual cues than students with solid background knowledge.
Students enjoy learning with vividly and explicitly illustrated Orton-Gillingham-based literacy concepts.
LiteraSee concept cards have many benefits:
LiteraSee cards reinforce the concepts taught in all five levels of LiteraSee Lesson Plans. Please see the index cards below.
The illustrated concepts include:
*The lesson plans in levels three, four, and five cover many affixes and roots in a language-based teaching method.