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Using our patented language fluency technology, teachers and learners are able to generate video recordings to optimise literacy and language learning


Fluency in every language at every age

Kinephonics® promotes: 

Fluency of reading, writing, spelling and speaking
Understanding of how spoken and written language work together
Opportunity to explore, practise, learn, develop, reflect on language
Experimentation in reading, writing, listening, speaking, spelling, punctuation, grammar, syntax, literary devices, vocabulary and written and spoken genre 
Understanding of how language is used to create meaning


Makes literacy and language learning accessible, meaningful and aspirational


Kinephonics® benefits teachers, principals, parents and students by providing:

Video evidence of starting point
Evidence of progress
Opportunity for stakeholder discussion about learning and achievement


Enables students to explore language for themselves, with others and be guided by experts.

Promotes confidence in social interaction.



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Ask two teachers (or one learning support teacher and one classroom teacher) to participate
Ask two students to be involved
Conduct the same activity:
Be a newsreader with a reading activity or a ‘story-telling’ (narrative, recount, persuasive argument) activity 
Create 3 video clips with subtitles in your choice of language
Review video recordings


The secret is in the listening....

Kinephonics® improves reading, writing, speaking and spelling by enhancing the student’s listening skills. 


Enhances student listening skills 

By integrating the mouth into the skill of listening, the student is able to share the cognitive demands of learning between a greater number of sensory systems.  Rather than depending only the visual and auditory senses, students are able to use the visual, auditory, kinaesthetic, tactile and proprioceptive senses.   As a result,  there is less stress on the auditory sense to remember by listening and greater chance that the information is embedded into the memory.

Kinephonics® has been recognised in the neuroscience of learning.

"The approach uses several cognitive senses - 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 their neurological view of learning that stresses the extensive connections between the senses.”  

p.161 From Brain to Mind: Using Neuroscience to Guide Change in Education. Prof. J. Zull, 2011. Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio

Remarkable improvements in fluency 

After a number of sessions using the Kinephonics® software, professionals have reported a remarkable improvement in their students' abilities. Eg. Younger students working to improve their reading fluency make major advances in their written expression and older students working to improve their public speaking skills make major advances in their written expression and reading fluency.

This insight into learning has given us the incentive to work with all types of students from those with communication disorders and learning difficulties such as dyslexia all the way through to those learning foreign languages and those learning to speak a second language [ESL, EAL/D and Community Languages].


Inclusive learning where everyone has the chance for educational success. 


"My mission is to make literacy universally accessible (and aspirational)." Kinephonics® Founder, Anna Gill, 2017

Contact us about multiple room hire and enterprise licenses for the Kinephonics® patented learning technology.

  • ' 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. ' P.161 From Brain to Mind, Professor J. Zull 2011 Case Western University, Cleveland, OHIO, USA


  • 'It certainly offers an innovative, entertaining, and attractive way to demonstrate to young children that words are composed of individual sounds, which is an important thing to understand when learning to read.'  McArthur and Coltheart, 2005 Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science, Macquarie University, Australia about original publication of Kinephonics® concept


  • '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, Teacher 40 years, 2005 about original publication of Kinephonics® concept