I Can Read System

LITTLE BEARS CLUB


From LANGUAGE to LITERACY for children from 3.5 years.

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THINKING & CREATIVE SKILLS


Emerging phonological skills, vocabulary, expressive and receptive English.

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I CAN READ

PRELIMINARY


Phonemic awareness, phonics, public speaking and oral comprehension.

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I CAN READ


24 structured lessons teaching reading, spelling and comprehension.

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ADVANCED LANGUAGE

& LITERACY SKILLS


Based on the Australian syllabus, covers all aspects of English for primary children.

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COMPREHENSION & CREATIVE WRITING


Beginning creative writing, written comprehension and literary appreciation.

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LITTLE BEARS CLUB


From LANGUAGE to LITERACY For children from 3.5 years.

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THINKING AND CREATIVE SKILLS


Emerging phonological skills, vocabulary, expressive and receptive English.

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I CAN READ

PRELIMINARY


Phonemic awareness, phonics, public speaking, and oral comprehension.

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I CAN READ


LEARN TO READ IN 24 HOURS!

24 structured lessons teaching reading, spelling and comprehension.

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ADVANCED LANGUAGE

& LITERACY SKILLS


Based on the Australian syllabus, covers all aspects of English for primary children.

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COMPREHENSION AND CREATIVE WRITING


Beginning creative writing, written comprehension and literary appreciation.

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THE STEPS TO ENGLISH SUCCESS

Children need to acquire a sequence of skills in order to learn to read, commencing with language. Children over three years of age are full of curiosity and eager to learn. They can listen to a teacher, express themselves verbally, expand vocabulary, sing rhyming songs, speak in front of

the group and generally enjoy using and playing with words. Pictures, stories and games all contribute to the child’s enjoyment of English. As

they broaden their language skills, they progress to a higher level of verbal and imaginative skills with role play, retelling stories, listening comprehension and and beginning phonemic awareness.

Once a child understands that spoken words have little sounds and can relate those little sounds to their graphemes (letters), then he or she can be taught to read. It’s simple, it’s a process, and when applied correctly, works every time!

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SPECIALIST PROGRAMMES

In addition to our core ‘Steps to English Success’ programmes, we are pleased to offer the following specialist programmes. These programmes are generally run by centres during the holidays and will advance your children's literacy skills in intensive lessons which can be attended daily. Check with your centre to find out which programmes they will be offering in the holidays.

ADULT

PROGRAMMES

MASTER OF

ENGLISH

SPEECH AND

DRAMA

PUBLIC

SPEAKING

CREATIVE

WRITING

BOOK YOUR FREE ASSESSMENT

The diagnostic assessment protocols used by I Can Read (Australia) have been developed by registered Australian educational psychologists and are intended to identify strengths and weaknesses inherent in test results.

Our assessment tools also inform us in respect to recommendations made on behalf of your child.