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Writing Beach offers a unique and engaging way to help children aged 7-14 understand the building blocks of written language while having fun. Learn about sentence structure, grammar, punctuation and strategies that give children a structure they can follow when writing.
Students with dyslexia have difficulty writing and often find it hard to put an idea into words. But once they are shown a few simple planning techniques, suddenly writing becomes manageable. Writing Beach breaks the writing process down into small, manageable stages.
Children with dyslexia often find it difficult to grasp grammatical ideas. They struggle to remember concepts like nouns, verbs and adjectives because they are not concrete. Those with dyslexia need a different approach. Nessy uses video strategies, games and worksheets to make concepts memorable.
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If you are a high school aged or adult learner who needs help improving your reading skills, Neuhaus Academy offers simple, powerful reading tutorials on specific words chosen to expand your vocabulary and enhance your overall reading ability. You can take these courses on your own, or as part of lessons assigned by your school. Whether they are assigned by teachers or not, they are always free to you, the learner, and you can review them any time to maintain and improve your reading proficiency.
The lessons are designed to be flexible, so they can be scheduled by teachers or taken on your own schedule. Each word lesson has two parts, one focused on spelling and pronunciation, and the other on meaning and usage. Each part includes a short video, review quiz and practice exercises, and there is also a spelling exercise focused on related words to extend your knowledge of the word parts and concepts to a broader application. The Neuhaus Academy learning system will not only help improve your general reading and comprehension skills, it may also help you prepare for standardized testing.