Results: Multisensory (VAKT) teaching uses all learning pathways in the brain (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile) to enhance memory and learning and the ability of uplifting emotional, physical, and societal dimensions.
Conclusion: VAKT is an effective method to improve the reading skill of the children with dyslexia, which ensures the enormous significance of learning, thereby influencing the wholesomeness of the child's life.
Various researches proved that multi-sensory (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile (VAKT)) teaching uses all learning pathways in the brain (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and tactile) to enhance memory and learning.
Fernald's "tracing" method, which is also known as the VAKT technique, are well described, and research shows their effectiveness.
The study was conducted with a view to assess the effectiveness of VAKT technique on the reading level among the children with dyslexic in Helikx Open School and Learning Centre, Salem.
To assess the effectiveness of VAKT among children with dyslexia
[H.sub.1]: There is a significant mean score difference in the reading level of children with dyslexia before and after implementing the VAKT technique at the level of 0.05.
In this study, this model was used to evaluate the reading level of children with dyslexia and the effectiveness of VAKT technique [Figure 1].
This shows that VAKT technique is significantly effective in improving the reading level among the children with dyslexia.
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