Kitehawk Learning is suited to both children and adults and is used as a remedial literacy program in primary and secondary schools, technical institutions, prisons, adult literacy and with disadvantaged students.
Many schools use Kitehawk as their mainstream literacy program.
The Kitehawk Online Program has been developed from the popular print version developed since 2004.
Each Kitehawk Program takes up to 35 weeks to complete. There are up to 35 Units and up to 370 Activities in each Program. The International Phonics Association (IPA) notation system is used here to teach phonics.
The Kitehawk Online Program is systematic – growing in complexity as a student moves through Program 1 (Grade/Year 3) to Program 4 (Grade/Year 6).
The online program avoids surrounding students with sensation. No bell, no whistles. We encourage students to focus on the course work, to think and problem solve. There is no pointless and distracting animation, no flashing images, no audio din – just Activities and teaching points on which to concentrate and learn.
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AUD$14.95 (about USD$10.45) - a one-off payment for access to one Program for 12 months.
AUD$6.95 (about USD$4.90) - a one-off payment for access to one Program for 12 months.
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Program 1 covers Spelling, Phonics, Spelling Skills, Synonyms, Antonyms, Compound Words, Grammar and Dictionary Skills, and teaches students to read questions carefully and work independently.
Program 2 covers Spelling, Phonics, Spelling Skills, Synonyms, Antonyms, Syllables, Prefixes, Suffixes, Homophones, Grammar, Punctuation, Dictionary Skills and more.
Program 3 covers Spelling, Phonics, Spelling Skills, Prefixes, Suffixes, Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones, Grammar, Punctuation, Editing Skills, Dictionary Skills, Vocabulary Building and more.
Program 4 covers Spelling, Phonics, Spelling Skills, Prefixes, Suffixes, Synonyms, Antonyms, Homophones, Grammar, Punctuation, Editing Skills, Dictionary Skills, Vocabulary Building and more.
Mark Nevill graduated from the Graylands Teachers’ College in 1966, and was appointed to the government school at Balgo Mission in the southern Kimberley of Western Australia. Most of the Aboriginal children he taught were born in the Great Sandy Desert and had recently walked into the mission.