The Multisensory Reading Program Level 4 is designed to teach adolescents and adults with dyslexia or poor reading skills to instantly recognise the multiple ways that a phoneme (sound) can be written and the multiple ways that a grapheme (letter or combination of letters) can be read so they are able to rapidly decode familiar and unfamiliar words. Students are then in a position to use their ‘mental energy’ in understanding the text.

The Multisensory Reading Program Level 4 is a 15 unit program incorporating challenging vocabulary. Consequently, it is recommended for older students, including adolescents and adults, with a current reading age of at least 10 years through to 13/14 years. Similar to the other books in the series, this Multisensory Reading Program is systematic, structured, multisensory and uses a range of memory strategies to maximise learning.

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Unit 1
Common sounds of the alphabet plus short and long vowels

Unit 2
ay, a-e, ai=/ay/
er, ir, ur=/er/
ar, a=/ar/
oa, o-e, ow=/oa/

Unit 3
ee, e-e, ea, ie=/ee/
oy, oi=/oy/
ow, ou=/ow/
or, au, aw=/or/

Unit 4
oo, u=/oo/
ie, i-e, i=/ie/
ew, oo, ue, ui, u-e=/ue/
ph, gh=/f/

Unit 5
ge, gi, gy=/j/
ce ,ci, cy=/s/
ti, ci ,si=/sh/
i+vowel= /ie/, /ee/

Unit 6
ear, eer, ere=/eer/
are, air, ear, ere=/air/
ch=/ch/, /sh/, /k/
w+or, w+o, w+a, w+ar

Unit 7
e, i, o, u

Unit 8
a, y, ey, ed

Unit 9
ie, ei, i-e

Unit 10
gh, ue, gue, que

Unit 11
Silent letters

Unit 12
ou, our, ea, ear

Unit 13
oe, oo, split vowels

Unit 14
Adding ‘r’, adding ‘e’

Unit 15
Tricky wordy

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Briana: 22 years 11 months
“Lillian went above and beyond what I could ever hope for in a teacher! As an adult, searching for help on the basics of reading and spelling was difficult. Lillian was able to provide me with learning materials, strategies and the support I needed. She has also helped me above and beyond the course work itself and I truly felt she was genuinely interested to see me improve and fight my demons of spelling and reading.”

Brianna – aspiring early childhood teacher.

Reading Accuracy Age:  Before:  12 years 10 months   After: 20  years
Reading Comprehension Age:  Before: 9 years 11 months    After: 25 years
Spelling Age:  Before: 12 years 2 months   After:  13 years
Known graphemes:  Before: 18  After: 72++
Number of lessons:  15


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