The Reading Fox Introduces Interactive Reading Tutor for Children with Dyslexia
The Reading Fox, an innovative learning system for children with dyslexia and other reading difficulties, today announced the release of its new Interactive Reading Tutor program. This exclusive software package features a popular children's book by a well-known author and will include a variety of puzzles and tools to make reading fun for children. The first release in the Interactive Reading Tutor lineup is "Ghosthunters and the Incredibly Revolting Ghost" by Cornelia Funke, the author of a number of much-loved books including "Inkheart" and "Dragon Rider."
PHOENIX, July 23, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Reading Fox, a leading provider of reading strategies and solutions for children with dyslexia and other reading deficiencies, today announced that it has released the first book in its series of Interactive Reading Tutor materials. "Ghosthunters and the Incredibly Revolting Ghost" by Cornelia Funke is available for purchase from The Reading Fox website at http://www.fightdyslexia.com/ and offers children a new way to learn to read at their own pace and on their own schedules. The software package includes the complete story and accompanying Interactive Tutor system and is compatible with PC and Mac systems.
The new Interactive Reading Tutor system is designed to present children with a variety of learning methods to ensure the best possible results. Cutting-edge strategies are included to provide new avenues to reading success. The Interactive Tutor presents short sections of text and uses large print to avoid intimidating less confident readers. Words are displayed divided into their syllable building blocks to provide added cues for children with dyslexia, and syllable bows reinforce these lessons with clear reminders for visual learners. Puzzles and activities ensure that children stay engaged throughout the reading lesson, and the exclusive Reading Speedometer can be set to any speed to match the child's own reading rate. Kids will enjoy reading and discussing the same books as their peers, and the read-aloud feature provides just the right amount of help for new or complicated words.
Studies have shown that children are more engaged in the learning process when computers are added into the equation. The computerized lessons available through The Reading Fox Interactive Tutor system provide that engagement along with plenty of positive reinforcement. Printable progress reports provide visible evidence for the child's progress and add to the excitement of learning by creating an atmosphere of achievement and reading success. The Interactive Tutor is an outstanding tool for children with dyslexia and offers the help and motivation needed to help them succeed and achieve their reading goals more effectively.
About The Reading Fox
The Reading Fox program originated in Germany in 2002 and is the result of the combined efforts of professionals in the fields of child psychology, education and computer science. The Reading Fox system has been incorporated into many German and Austrian school programs as a learning tool for students with reading difficulties and is widely used by therapists and psychologists to motivate and inspire children with dyslexia. Now available in America, The Reading Fox Interactive Tutor system provides outstanding support and help for students with dyslexia and for those who may need just a little added help and motivation to achieve their reading goals.
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