reading practice done well

Using proven principles based on the science of how we learn to read, Sortegories accelerates learning with web-based interactive activities. Sortegories makes it simple to practice essential skills and concepts anytime, anywhere – at school, at home, even in the car.

What?

Sortegories features interactive activities created to reinforce literacy skills and concepts. In addition, it is designed to develop all layers of word knowledge—phonemic, semantic, phonological, morphological, and grammatical.

Who?

Sortegories is applicable for emergent to advanced readers in general and special education, including those with dyslexia.

How?

Sortegories combines essential literacy content and skills in an engaging format to accelerate learning.  Each activity is designed with the Science of Reading in mind.

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Sortegories combines essential literacy content and skills in an engaging format to accelerate learning.  To do this, Sortegories is:

Systematic. Content is presented cumulatively following a scope and sequence. Words used for the activities are decodable following a scope and sequence of phonology based on the structure of the English language and focused on frequency of use. 

Purposeful. Practice is provided through evidence-aligned activities. 

Instructional.  Immediate feedback is both informative and motivational. 

Data-driven:  User performance data guides pace of progress through the activities. 

Sortegories is for learners in Ehri’s partial, full and consolidated phases of literacy development—regardless of age.

Sortegories is applicable for emergent to advanced readers in general and special education, including those with dyslexia. 

Sortegories is also appropriate for Tier 2 or Tier 3 intervention, summer school, home school, reading clinics, correctional facilities and private tutoring.

Practice is the key to automaticity. Automaticity leads to fluency.

Practice makes learning “sticky.” When something sticks, it moves from short term memory (STM) to long term memory (LTM).

Practice is an accelerator for learning. It is the component of instruction that helps kids make up for learning loss. Curriculum that is cumulative and systematic based on a scope and sequence contributes to the acceleration.

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We are concentrating on our Web app in our first release and then will port to other platforms in subsequent versions. We want to ensure our users have a rich experience!

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Science of Reading

The Science of Reading refers to a vast body of research that reading researchers have conducted to determine how people learn to read. This body of research has provided educators with the information needed to understand how people learn to read, what skills are involved, how these skills work together, and which parts of the brain are responsible for reading development. 

Sortegories translates some of the key principles from this research into practice.  See how Sortegories aligns with these areas of reading research.

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