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Mumford Institute

Enveloping rapid reading skills.

A look at some fundamental readiness factors.

In a 1930 study of what made children very bright, Dr Terman the inventor of IQ tests, found that the ability to read before they went to school was a common feature of such children.

We now know that is achieved with a high level of Phonemic awareness while suppressing any visual abnormalities that may be present and by creating a supportive environment.

These factors promote early reading and remediate readers with difficulties.

This is what is available from the Little Black Bag.

The bag is for use by a dedicated technician who can use it to probe the student’s Visual, Reading and Environmental condition.

Four Principal Factors combine for success – Onsite Specialist, Diagnostic Tests, Reading Style and Environment.

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