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CHESTERCOUNTY-LIFE.COM MarchApril 2016 73 strategies but I didnt have anything avail- able that really taught the coding process as effectively as we needed she continued. I wanted a more logical system that with practice would build from one level to the next so that I could train not only students but teachers who would know exactly what to do why and how. She became acquainted with Barbara Wilson founder of the Wilson Reading Sys- tem a research-based intensive reading and writing program for students in grades two through 12 and adults who are un- able to learn to read through conventional teaching methods. Students who benefit from this program are those whom require multisensory language instruction or inten- sive structured literacy instruction due to a language-based learning disability such as dyslexia. This highly structured program teaches students five areas of reading pho- nemic awareness phonics fluency vocabu- lary and comprehension in a systematic cumulative manner where they master each step before moving on to the next. Penny completed the full Wilson Lan- guage Training program and determined that this system would be perfect for Wood- lynde students. I had the teachers choose a student who was the least likely to learn Penny has impacted Woodlynde students in profound ways. One of the most fulfilling feats is to see our students graduate and go on to become educators in reading helping others who have reading challenges as some of them have done. DR. CHRISTOPER FULCO HEAD OF SCHOOL WOODLYNDE SCHOOL three main functions offering systematic multisensory reading instruction for all Woodlynde students furnishing top-level professional development for teachers and parent training through a speaker series which hosts nationally recognized professionals in the field of learning dif- ferences. This is my lifes passion notes Moldofsky. I teach four or five groups of students a day and train a significant size group of adults to become reading special- ists in the evenings. When I came to Woodlynde I devel- oped materials for reading comprehension