Simultaneous Multisensory Teaching: The SMT Method (2005)

A Multisensory Teaching Method for Students with Dyslexia

This document offers an introduction to the Simultaneous Multisensory Teaching (SMT) method for instructing people with dyslexia.

The author describes the SMT method as a language re-education method for students of all ages who need a more thorough knowledge of the structure of written language and a solid understanding of the association of sounds and symbols before learning how to apply the concepts and rules of written language.

The author explores the definition, causes and characteristics of dyslexia and describes three fundamental types of the condition. The author also includes a section on using the SMT method as a re-education program for learning a second language.

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2011-05-06
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Louise Brazeau-Ward. Simultaneous Multisensory Teaching: The SMT Method 2005. Web. 15 Aug. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/dyslexia/smt/smt.pdf>
Louise Brazeau-Ward (2005). Simultaneous Multisensory Teaching: The SMT Method. Retrieved August 15, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/dyslexia/smt/smt.pdf
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