EARLY READER SUPPORT PROGRAMME
Level 1 (5-7 year olds)
The Early Reader support programme gives parents understanding of how reading is learned, what blocks progress and useful techniques to support their child’s reading success. This programme is delivered in four two hour sessions.
YEARS 4 - 8 TUITION programmeS
Level 2 (8-12 year olds)
This age group is when reading problems become more apparent and affect school progress. There are three programme options.
Reading Tuition that diagnostically identifies the blockages to the students reading process and corrects these over 5 - 10 sessions. The student is expected to achieve age level in reading with improvements in writing skills being a common additional benefit - a Writing Module is also available. Cost $1000/year of reading age improvement.
Whole class tuition that lifts the reading level of all students to age level or above and trains the teacher in the diagnostic analysis of/effective interventions for Level 2 students. This programme requires 1-2 terms of twice weekly sessions. (Whole School - Primary and Secondary training/implementation programmes are also available). Cost is on an individual school basis.
This 10 module programme gives the “tutor” a step by step approach, training them as they work with their student. To work effectively with a learner and their reading issues there needs to be a climate of trust and understanding, grandparents are generally ideally suited for the role. This programme is for students that are 2 years or less below age level in reading, Option One is recommended for 3 or more years. Cost $50 per module - Module 1 is provided as a Free Trial - Single use licence applies - Confidentiality clause applies.
YEARS 9 - 13 TUITION PROGRAMMES
Level 3 (College Age)
The two programmes for this group are taught by Level 3 qualified tutors - Reading problems in teenagers affect all schooling and have an emotional effect on the person - a difficult but rewarding group.
Read, Understand and Retain Module - Diagnostic Analysis of the students reading process and tutoring in missing/misused elements. This programme equips the student with age level basic reading skills, ie be able to use reading in day to day life/schooling. In addition they achieve their personal reading goals and go from “I can’t read” to “I can” (most achieve this in 3-5 sessions). Cost $1000/year of reading age improvement
This Module leads on from Stage One focusing on the inferential and critical reading skills required for NCEA or achieving similar qualification success. The theme is using reading and the goal is to promote achievement through reading (generally 3-5 sessions).
Cost $1000/year of reading age improvement
ADULT TUITION PROGRAMME
Level 4 (Adult Students)
Developed for Adult students with a long history of reading failure the emphasis of this module is in developing life skill reading - ie achieve the ability to read and interact with day to day text eg Newspapers, Magazines, Social Media, Online Drivers Licence Tests and using Google for information.
Cost is based on the difference between the level the student is at and that they want to achieve at $1000/year of reading age.
Tutor training in the implementation of the above programme - This is an interactive process where training is integral to tutoring ie a combination of working with learners and then unpicking the practical in order to understand the theory. Tutors will observe the tutoring process, understand and learn the method and be provided with tutoring step by step manuals.
Each tutor will prove their expertise by successfully tutoring prior to becoming accredited providers.
Cost is on an individual institution basis
Teacher training programme for Middle/Senior primary level. Includes the basics of getting started, implementing the essential elements that make up an effective reading programme to how to manage varying levels of attainment in a classroom environment. The hands on/practical approach sees each teacher learn to identify and address reading delay of up to three years and implement successful interventions.
Each teacher will work successfully with three delayed readers.
"I COULD SEE STRAIGHT AWAY THAT THIS PROGRAMME WAS DIFFERENT. OUR SON WAS ENGAGED, INTERESTED WITH WHAT NOEL WAS TEACHING HIM AND HAVING FUN AT THE SAME TIME."
© Copyright Anyone Can Read