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Tools To Improve Reading

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  • The release discusses the various products offered by See-N-Read Reading Tools. It furthers lists the benefits of each reading tool.
  • See-N-Read Reading Tools
  • www.see-n-read.com
  • RonaldMorris031@yahoo.com

See-N-Read Reading Tools are research based products aimed at overcoming moderate to severe reading difficulties in people of all ages. The tools use a proven, research-based and classroom-tested approach to improve reading, thinking and learning skills. It offers the users an ability to develop unique strategies to improve comprehension, along with the confidence that can retain and apply knowledge in the real-world setting.

Developed by Dr. Sylvia R. Smith, the tools were originally designed to help students increase their reading speed by maintaining place on the line being read and filtering out distractions on the page. The success of these reading tools in improving visual processing, fluency and comprehension led to the development of other practical aids for issues such as on-screen reading, spelling as well as study skills.

Reading Tools Offered:

  • See-N-Read®: It helps to reduce word and line skipping as well as pattern glare while reading. It allows readers to use sweeping and chunking strategies to make smooth line-to-line transitions.

  • eSee-N-Read™: It is an innovative electronic tool to improve on-screen reading speed, reduce word/line skipping and lower eye strain. The reading strip helps readers focus on the on-screen text through a resizable transparent shaded reading strip.

  • MemoryMark™: This tool works the same way as See-N-Read® along with a cut-out window so that important points can be highlighted. This helps readers to identify the key information in a context that needs to be retained.

  • See-N-Spell™: It assists writers in building academic vocabulary, improving spelling and verifying the correct usage of words. The quick reference guide lists approximately 300 commonly used American English words along with an explanation of the usage of ‘sound-alike’ words.

  • ColorTAG™: It helps readers and writers to analytically read, organize as well as retrieve information in any context. ColorTAG™ allows them to find the main idea and separate supporting details in a passage from the non-essential text.

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