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HELP SOMEONE YOU CARE ABOUT TO DEVELOP THEIR SPEECH AND LANGUAGE SKILLS


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Non-verbal patients report improved speaking skills after 3-6 sessions
Practitioners can track progress with the help of our motor coordination charts. 
Read, write, listen and speak (and learn) every language.
 

Seen at The World Literacy Summit 2020, Oxford University, UK
Proprioception: A sense of something new in literacy research


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... for stroke rehabilitation, cognitive impairment, global development delay, dyslexia, dyspraxia, autism, ESL, EAL/D, foreign language learning and literacy skills.

 


WHAT’S THE PREMISE?

In short, success is achieved because Kinephonics® treats language learning as a motor skill; one skill with many parts. The parts become finely coordinated and development occurs as evidenced by increased word count and spoken fluency as well as biological signals of growth, development and healing. 
 

WHAT'S THE SCIENCE? [FOR PRACTITIONERS]

The Kinephonics® Language acquisition tool is simple to look at but it is designed with a complex set of rules based on the neuroscience of learning. It activates the  physiology of speaking, reading, listening, spelling and writing and the required sensory systems. More specifically, it integrates the kinesthetic, the visual and the auditory experiences of language, simultaneously.  This activates the learner's tactile and proprioceptive feedback systems to support the embedding of the information into the memory. Analysis of the video clips shows biological proof of growth, development and healing of language skills for every learner. Further research is currently taking place to confirm links to the activation of the working memory (short term memory) and neuroplasticity.


RECOMMENDED BY NEUROSCIENTISTS

"The approach uses several cognitive senses (simultaneously) - sight, sound, and proprioception (feel of mouth position) and highlights the centrality of vision in human cognition - enabling students to visualise spoken symbols in a new way. It meshes well with our neurological view of learning that stresses the extensive connections between the senses."  From Brain to Mind: Using Neuroscience to Guide Change in Education, 2011, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA


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THE TOOL

Accessed by starting an account, the tool allows you to create files. The files allow the user to practise their language skills.


THE FILES

Each file includes a text box, a voice, a mirror and a video recording device. There are 3 templates: #translator, #pronouncer and #reader. There are changeable accents, voice speeds and multiple languages. 

Optimised for Chrome, iOS & Android 


WHAT THEY DO

The files give the user the opportunity to record themselves speaking in every language.  They accelerate their learn to speak experience. They also accelerate their learn to read and write experience.

 

HOW DO I KNOW THEY WORK?

You can review the video clips. You can see progress. You can receive weekly progress charts that track the client's changing motor coordination and increasing word count. Email info@kinephonics.com to find out more.


Start an account. Create a file. Type a sentence into the text box. Record yourself saying it. Feel the difference.

 
Free access to training videos from Menu > Download
... and more case study videos on YouTube/Kinephonics® Learning Channel

 

Customers and clients:
Speech therapists and Occupational Therapists are using Kinephonics® with students of all ages with stroke, autism, dyspraxia, dyslexia, ADHD, aphasia and global development delay. Families, students, schools and organisations are using it for advancing literacy, foreign language learning and English language learning [EALD/ESL] and most recently, choirs, small theatre companies and speech and drama organisations are using Kinephonics® for performance practice.

Definitions:
kinephonics® language tool (for Occupational Therapy & Speech Therapy) AAC assistive device, neuro-rehabilitation & 'free speech' rehabilitation; technology for accelerating the development of speech, literacy, fluency and comprehension skills
kinephonics® language tool (for mainstream education) the place where people accelerate language learning, literacy, fluency and comprehension skills in every language and every subject area

kinephonics® rehabilitation with diagnosis, treatments and evidence of growth, development & healing 

  • 'The approach uses several cognitive senses – sight, sound and proprioception – and meshes well with our neurological view of learning that stresses the extensive connection between the senses. It highlights the centrality of vision in human cognition.'  Professor J. Zull 2011 Case Western University, Cleveland, OHIO, USA Publications: The Art of Changing the Brain: Enriching Teaching by Exploring the Biology of Learning & From Brain to Mind : Using Neuroscience to Guide Change in Education 

    BIOCHEMIST - NEUROSCIENTIST

  • 'After only 2 sessions, I noticed her word count increasing. We analysed the video and it was true. Her word count had increased by 200%. I use it as a 'free speech' activity. It's important to be really relaxed and type any word that they say. Also reviewing the video makes all the difference.' Anna Gill, B.Ed [Primary] 

    Kinephonics® Consultant

  • 'It is just great!! I love it!! It really is so simple, obvious, needed, attractive, precise, just right, etc. etc. You have captured this concept to a tee. The illustrations are great and I like the use of all of them front and back. I especially like your introduction of each word with a simple sentence and including some good adjectives.'  Helen Grant, Principal, 2005 about 'Look at my Mouth' original publication of Kinephonics® concept

    PRINCIPAL

  • "Tom went from not reading properly to fluent reading in 230 seconds. He was comprehending. Ava did it in 360 seconds. Summer did it in 180 seconds and they all went on to a higher level of reading. I've got the charts to prove it."  Chloe, Primary Education Undergraduate, University of Sydney, AUSTRALIA

    Student Teacher