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Reading Remediation – Fill skill gaps as needed in basics of reading: fluency, sight letters/ words, phonics, comprehension, vocabulary, spelling, and language arts.
Test Prep – Help you study and prepare for language arts and reading-based tests to achieve better grades and tutoring success. Learn important study skills and test-taking strategies.
Writing Skills – Cultivate better creative and structural writing skills and help you complete writing projects/ book reports.
Study Skills – Learn note-taking, listening skills, time management, & homework organization.
Application Skills – Advance critical thinking skills needed to apply basic comprehension skills to more lengthier passages.
Omega’s reading tutor program is customized for children of all ages, based on the results of their initial Woodcock Johnson III assessment, learning style assessment, reading course schedule, study habits, and family goals. The Woodcock Johnson III academic assessment is used by educators and school systems. Omega uses this premiere assessment to pinpoint skill gaps within reading, creating a road map for your tutor.
Omega reading tutors help your student improve the following basic reading skills: sight words, reading fluency, phonics, vocabulary, spelling, writing composition, language arts and grammar. Proficiency of these skills lead to increased comprehension and success in all classes requiring reading.
Rather than relying on simple memorization, Omega Learning® Center reading tutors help their students develop the critical thinking skills needed for acquiring a deeper understanding of reading passages requiring inferring and the identification context clues. ALL school Reading subjects may be included in your Omega tutoring program including AP and Honors Classes.
Reciprocal communication through our e-Tutor software system exponentially increases your academic growth. Omega certified reading tutors send daily progress reports to your “Academic Team,” including parents and teachers at school.