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Explore Our Curriculum

Let’s Learn Together

At READ Academy, we’re proud to offer a unique educational experience designed to enhance intellectual growth and promote participatory engagement in our dyslexic learners. Scroll down and click on the links below to learn more about our research-backed, evidence-based curriculum.

Mathematics

Making Math Real

Making Math Real is a multisensory structured methodology that provides hands-on experience of applying mathematics.  Making Math Real integrates key cognitive elements that directly support executive function and working memory while providing comprehensive knowledge of mathematics for students of all ages and abilities, learning disabled through gifted.

 

Language Arts

Wilson Reading System

WRS is reading curriculum designed to teach reading skills to students from 2nd grade through adult who have been unable to learn with other teaching strategies and require multisensory language instruction due to a language-based learning disability, such as dyslexia.  WRS is a structured literacy program based on phonological-coding research and Orton-Gillingham principles that directly and systematically teaches the structure of the English language. Students receive instruction in word structure, word recognition, spelling of high frequency words (including irregular words), vocabulary, fluency, listening comprehension, reading comprehension, and proof-reading and self-monitoring skills.

 

Writing

Institute for Excellence in Writing

"In order to succeed in every area of life, children must hone the skills needed to communicate confidently and effectively. Through the process of learning to write well, students learn how to think clearly and to express themselves eloquently and persuasively."  IEW provides sequential, systematic instruction to help the most reluctant writer become a proficient writer.

 

Social Studies
& Science

Moving Beyond the Page

Moving Beyond the Page (MBP) is a hands-on literature-based approach to learning social studies and science while encouraging critical and creative thinking skills.  MBP curriculum is designed to cover state and national standards all while providing project based learning opportunities for our dyslexic learners.