Multi-Sensory Reading Remedy© Program

For teachers, tutors, parents and home schoolers.

The Multi-Sensory Reading Remedy© Program ( MRR© ) is a multi-sensory structured language program based on the Orton Gillingham method of reading instruction. This program is ideal for beginning or struggling readers, including those with a dyslexic profile, as well as English as a second language students. The MRR© program uses a variety of multi-sensory activities to ensure that all pathways to the brain are stimulated to maximize learning. The MRR© program follows a direct instruction method. The teacher’s manual is scripted and contains comprehensive instruction in a simple format that is easy to follow.

Multi-sensory teaching is simultaneously visual, auditory and kinesthetic-tactile, to enhance memory and learning.*

Links are consistently made between the visual (seeing), auditory (hearing) and kinesthetic-tactile (movement/feeling) pathways in learning to read and spell.*

The Orton-Gillingham approach refers to the structured, sequential multi-sensory techniques established by Dr. Samuel Orton, Ms. Anna Gillingham and their colleagues.*

This method combines multi-sensory techniques with teaching the structures of written English; sounds (phonemes), meaning units (prefixes, suffixes, roots), and common spelling rules.*

* Provided by The International Dyslexia Association.

Multi-Sensory Reading Remedy© Program (MRR©) at Dyslexia Resource Centre For Hamilton Ontario and Area

What’s Included

  • Teacher manual with pre & post testing materials.
  • Student reader: nonsense syllables, words, phrases, sentences, fluency stories.
  • Three student activity books with tracking sheets.
  • Laminated cards for sight words, exception words, key words & phonological awareness activities.
  • Optional materials: tactile cursive alphabet books in upper or lower case, consonant blends, vowel & consonant diagraphs, as well as a writing frame.

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