From igloo to cough, we’ve covered every spelling choice and every phonic in the English language
It sometimes comes as a bit of a shock to realise that there are some 90 different spelling and phonic rules in the English language.
They range from troublesome similarities (such as words like “coin” and “toy” with the same sound but different spelling choices) to the six different ways of pronouncing “ough”, not to mention the bizarre collection of words which utilise silent letters.
There is only one way in which dyslexic students can learn the spelling choices for the many different phonics and homophones, and that is through a structured reading and spelling programme.
Which is exactly what MSL has devised: the complete reading and spelling rescue programme.
This programme covers all the 90 different spelling and sound rules and adds in ten sections on issues such as word patterns, suffixes, prefixes, homophones and irregular final syllables, making 100 topics in all.
The 90 rules and associated topics can be seen on our website where you can see the structured order of teaching that we have introduced.
What we have then done is broken these 100 topics down into 20 modules, presented in an order which allows students to use the spelling rules as soon as they have learned them.
As a result of this structured approach, which includes placement & progress tests, you can introduce a dyslexic pupil or student to the sequence from the very start. You can also begin work at a point where the individual will be revising key points before moving on to areas of weakness, where his/her knowledge becomes erratic.
A copiable version of each module costs £29.99, or you can order five modules together for on a CD for £80 plus VAT. All 20 modules are available for £450.
You can order the Reading and Spelling Rescue Programme in any of these ways: