How can Davis® help to prevent dyslexia causing an issue with learning?
So, someone queried as to whether The Davis® Reading Program for Young Learners actually prevented dyslexia from becoming an issue with learning and if it did, how did it!
Well. It's quite simple really. Let me explain.
Strong research evidence suggests that children who are exposed to Davis methods at pre-reading or primary level (age 5-7) benefit in the following ways:
- They are highly unlikely to develop a learning difficulty.
- They are significantly more likely to qualify for gifted programme referrals.
- Their basic word recognition will be among the highest levels expected for their age group.
The Davis® Reading Program for Young Learners is an individualised learning enhancement programme. During the programme, the Facilitator will work directly with a child, and at the same time provide hands-on training and guidance to a participating parent or other family member.
The programmes goal is to give children aged 5-7 the best possible start at the outset of their learning career.
Its aims are:
- to provide lifelong learning skills to younger children through a partnership between Facilitator, child and parent(s)
- to give one or both of the child’s parents, or a support person, sufficient confidence and skill to continue working with the Davis Young Learner’s Kit after the programme
- to provide children with the conceptual skills needed to develop reading fluency and comprehension.
The Davis Reading Program for Young Learners provides important tools to beginning readers. We ensure the young learner knows and understand all basic knowledge before mastering reading. We give them the tools to recognise if something confuses them, therefore, disorientation will not occur. We give them tools to manage their frustration, concentration and focus so they can begin their journey with total confidence.
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