Whoever you are and wherever you learn…
What is Lexonik?
Lexonik is an award-winning company based in the North East of England, working with teachers globally to raise attainment through transformational programmes and training to supercharge literacy skills.
Based on decades of research and experience in phonology, literacy and dyslexia, our ‘literacy at the speed of sound’ programmes are unique, giving teachers and students the skills to make dramatic improvements in reading, spelling and vocabulary.
Why is Lexonik unique?
With average reading age gains of +27 months in just six one-hour lessons no other programme makes such an impact in such a short space of time – verified in an independent study by Northumbria University and the progress scores of over 70,000 Lexonik students.
Who is Lexonik for?
We work with teachers in schools, colleges, universities, adult training centres and prisons to provide transformational outcomes for learners of all abilities, including those who fit the dyslexia profile and those for whom English is not their first language.
How can we help?
We provide a range of services including teacher-led programmes, training workshops, professional development and consultancy for embedding literacy attainment across the curriculum.
Our team will work with you to review literacy priorities and agree the best approach.
- Lexonik products deliver instant impact on literacy. Benefits include greater vocabulary understanding, comprehension, spelling for all learners plus developed staff effectiveness and confidence.
- A unique mix of fast, focused and fun learning methodologies means that Lexonik products are an enjoyable way for students to gain critical decoding and vocabulary skills.
- Access to Lexonik Cloud, the online resource which supports teaching and learning in every classroom, right across the curriculum. Teachers can create subject-specific vocabulary lists and access resources including SPaG sheets and videos.
- No other teaching programme makes such a difference in such a short space of time.
LKMCo: the relationship between reading age, education and life outcomes
Reading ability has a considerable impact on both educational attainment and wider life outcomes. Research finds robust associations between reading age/ability and educational success, and reading enjoyment and reading behaviour appear to be key in this relationship. Reading ability affects attainment in literacy and, due to the need to read to gather information and understand examination instructions, reading ability also affects attainment across the curriculum. Excerpt from LKMCo Literature review 2016.Download now View our library
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