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H.D. Nicolay a well-known educator, teacher, trainer and family therapist, has created an easy to follow guide for helping people of all ages with reading and writing disabilities to learn how to become error-free spellers and improve their reading and writing. In his book are all of the necessary tools in a step-by-step guide. Even those who have been diagnosed with dyslexia will benefit from the simple lessons proposed which reprogram how the individual pictures words in their minds. Using proven strategies such as the mental screen, the tape recorder, and the cobra stare among others, any student can learn to create a better mental picture of words and therefore improve their learning and memorization of words in order to read and write better. Not only is this a concise “self help” guide, but it also includes supplemental worksheets and exercises that can continue to benefit the reader over the long term.
The Author puts to rest the idea that students with dyslexia and other reading and writing disabilities are beyond help through providing a no-nonsense answer to a devastating problem in our modern culture. This book really is a practical guide for teachers, therapists, parents and independent students to improve their reading and writing skills. H. D. Nicolay lays things out in a straight forward manner that puts his theories into practice. His theories are backed by solid research in numerous disciplines related to developmental psychology, neurology and developmental learning. Accurate, practical and easy to follow, this book is the new go-to guide for anyone and everyone who is searching for a true solution to reading and writing challenges.