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Lexonik: literacy at the speed of sound
Lexonik is the only literacy intervention to increase reading ages by 27 Months in just 6 weeks*
Using a combination of unique resources and instruction, Lexonik improves literacy levels, vocabulary and comprehension, and accelerates learning for all.
Whether you are a school leader, teacher, student or parent, Lexonik can provide the solution you have been seeking. Suitable for even the most able of learners, Lexonik provides an intensive boost to existing literacy and vocabulary levels, enhancing engagement comprehension, confidence and success.
*Confirmed by Northumbria University Research 2015
- Lexonik delivers instant impact on literacy. Additional benefits include greater vocabulary understanding, comprehension, spelling and above all, confidence!
- A unique mix of fast, focused and fun learning methodologies means that Lexonik is 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.
Lexonik: literacy at the speed of sound.
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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