Published: 29-06-2011, 14:59

Hegge-Kirk-Kirk Method - American Education

A multisensory, remedial-reading instructional technique developed in the 1970s, emphasizing repetitive drill and practice with sounds of individual letters and letter combinations. Designed for the mentally retarded and older, reading-disabled children functioning at the first-, second- or third-grade level, the method helps children learn by having them see, sound, hear, trace and touch letters and letter combinations.
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