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Many parents have asked me, “How can I best support and reinforce what my child is learning in reading therapy?” This is a valid question since a private reading therapist will cost approximately $75.00 per hour with a minimum of two hours per week. What is a working parent to do when they cannot afford the full $600.00 per month, long term? Well, the answer is found in our E-Learning Portal, Cardinal Reading Strategies’ online language training practice facility. Our E-Learning Portal houses The English Code Language Training System.
The English Code Language Training System, our premiere language training system that incorporates auditory, visual, and tactile-kinesthetic instruction with highly interactive, digital content, places students in position to master the eighty-five percent of the English code that is phonetic. Further, and most importantly, it allows English language learners to make intelligent choices towards mastering the remaining fifteen percent of the English code that must be analyzed in order to be applied properly.
While not your traditional learning management system where the data is managed, compiled, and analyzed for you, we provide the data management documents in PDF so that parents can do it themselves. This way, parents have some “skin” in the game. Our system is designed to encourage and develop a parent’s ability to look “behind the curtain” of the reading science and develop a clearer understanding of the needs of their children. This, however, does not mean that parents are going at this alone. Subscribers may reach out to us, at any time, for ad hoc advice. Simply write us an email or call, and we will be there for you. Our approach was carefully selected to foster parent empowerment in the teaching of reading and spelling to their own children through the following “housekeeping” documents. Click the links below to obtain your copies.
The English Code E-Learning Portal User’s Guide, a 36-page reference guide that explains the system and all of its nuances. (Parent’s should download and read this document prior to beginning remediation utilizing our E-Learning Portal.)
Phoneme Checklist, a 13-page document that allows parent’s to track teach individual phoneme reviewed, including: the date that a phoneme was introduced; the date that the student mastered the concept in isolation; the date that the student demonstrated mastery of the concept in application; and the dates that the concept was reviewed.