Phono-Graphix is a scientifically researched method of teaching reading, spelling, and writing skills to children, teenagers, and adults, including students with dyslexia. As shown in studies (see below), struggling readers can achieve grade-level reading skills in only 12 weeks of PHONO-GRAPHIX reading instruction.
Unlike most reading programs, PHONO-GRAPHIX does not teach rules (that don’t hold true anyways) or teach "the sounds that letters make." It is built on the concept that sounds in words are represented by sound pictures, and that these sound pictures can be easily decoded.
PHONO-GRAPHIX teaches the skills needed to read and spell: segmenting, blending, and phoneme manipulation. An educator using PHONO-GRAPHIX teaches the nature of the English written code, but lets the students discover the code themselves. This discovery learning process speaks to the nature of the child, who learns by making mistakes and by engaging in exploration. A system of error correction is built into PHONO-GRAPHIX, with just the right amount of missing information to engage the student in problem solving and active learning.
As a SPED teacher, I have used PHONO-GRAPHIX successfully in the classroom and in private practice. Even a student with a very serious reading difficulty can master reading with PHONO-GRAPHIX.
Check out below websites to learn more about Phono-Graphix.
Phono-Graphix- The Method explained
Research on Phono-Graphix- Peer Reviewed Publications