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Help for struggling readers


What is Verticy Learning? Verticy is a full homeschool solution designed for struggling readers who exhibit the characteristics of languagebased learning differences. It can also be implemented as a supplemental program for reading, writing or math. Either way, Verticy is proven to improve academic confidence in your child and rekindle a love of learning.

Verticy can be easily implemented by: • Homeschooling parents • Tutors and volunteers, during or after school • Schools and reading intervention programs • Educators with or without specialized training Verticy Learning offers: • Free customized placement (page 6) • Complete curriculum for Grades 3–8 (pages 10-15) • L anguage Arts curriculum: Phonics/Spelling, Grammar/Composition and Literature (page 8) • Individual Reading, Writing and Math programs for ages 6 and up (page 16) Verticy Learning combines time-tested, research-based curriculum, lesson manuals, and textbooks with innovative computer-based technology. The Phonics/Spelling program, the heart of Verticy, is based on Orton-Gillingham methodologies and multi-sensory instructional techniques. This means Verticy provides multiple pathways for information to get to the brain.


What is Orton-Gillingham? Orton-Gillingham methodologies, the gold standard of language help for dyslexic learners, were developed by Samuel Torrey Orton, a neuropsychiatrist, and Anna Gillingham, an educator and psychologist. The Orton‑Gillingham approach to reading instruction has been successfully used by schools, special education teachers, and private tutors since the 1930s. This approach engages students through four learning modalities—visual (seeing), auditory (hearing), tactile (touching) and kinesthetic (moving). Verticy uses these strategies particularly in our Phonics/Spelling course to give students the same information in varied ways, offering the brain multiple opportunities to absorb and retain knowledge. 3

You Can Do This Can you provide a quality education for your struggling reader? Absolutely! Hundreds of families have experienced academic breakthroughs using the support and specialized instruction in the Verticy Learning program. You can build academic confidence in your child.­­

Daily Instruction Daily lessons are taught in the home by a parent or tutor using an easy-to-follow, step-by-step lesson plan. Courses are customized to match each student’s skill level. Easy-to-understand teaching techniques are outlined in every course and modeled in videos.

Our Support Team Verticy provides ongoing, one-on-one consultations over the phone with our families, schools and tutors. Verticy Education Counselors, Learning Specialists and the Technology Team are available by phone, email, or Live Chat. They are ready to: • Assist you with getting your program started • Answer curriculum questions • Offer teaching strategies • Give practical advice • Help with password and technical issues


Optional Support Advisory Teaching Service (ATS) The Verticy Advisory Teaching Service (ATS) can enhance your student’s educational experience by providing personal, constructive and encouraging feedback from a Verticy Advisory Teacher. • When you purchase ATS, a teacher is assigned to you and remains with your child through completion of the course. • Eight times throughout the year, a set of tests, one in each subject area, is evaluated by your ATS teacher. • Submit up to three daily assignments and a letter with specific questions. • Evaluations include detailed feedback with suggestions on composition, mechanics and processing skills. • Read Aloud Phonics enable students to record words so the ATS teacher can provide feedback on pronunciation. • Students receive a Certificate of Completion upon satisfactory course completion. • A transcript is available to use for future placement and to show compliance with state requirements.

Kurzweil (Text-to-Speech and Study Skills Software) You may purchase discounted supplemental learning software for access to electronic textbooks in visual and auditory formats. These programs provide additional support for fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, and study skills.


Customized Placement The Verticy experience begins with a free, no obligation placement process that helps determine the best course of study for your child. Simply go to and click on Getting Started. You may call a Placement Counselor at any point during the process at 1-888-544-7116. Once the evaluation is completed, Placement Counselors recommend an appropriate course so that your child can achieve academic success.

Options include: • M  ath (3–8) Offers a math level to match your child’s skills with the additional support of the Verticy Math Companion • Verticy Core (3–8) Social Studies/History, Science, Literature, Geography, Technology and Art • C  ustom Placement in Grammar/Composition Places students at the appropriate instructional level for Grammar and Composition • C  ustom Placement in Phonics/Spelling Places students at the appropriate instructional level for Phonics and Spelling


Every Student is Unique— So is Every Verticy Course Verticy meets students where they are and moves them toward their academic goals. The time it takes to reach these goals will vary for each student, but students will gain skills that were previously out of reach and progress on their journey toward academic success, becoming independent learners.

Greg’s Program

Mary’s Program

Rafael’s Program

Greg is an 18-year-old who has severe difficulty and frustration with reading and writing. This negatively impacts not only his career goals, but his selfesteem. A friend is tutoring him for one hour, three times a week, using the Phonics/Spelling program. Greg is aware that many of the graphics and activities are geared toward younger students, but he knows that these activities will help him learn to read, and that is his primary goal.

Mary is being homeschooled by her mother. To reduce frustration, Mary works on Phonics/Spelling, Grammar/Composition, and Math for several months and then slowly integrates her other subjects back into her schedule. Focusing on these skills helps Mary become a more independent and enthusiastic learner. The goal is to let Mary “catch-up” with her other subjects once she has experienced success in areas that have caused frustration.

Rafael is a ten-year-old fourth grader who attends public school. He struggles in his language arts class and is using Verticy as an intervention program. Rafael uses the Yellow level of Phonics/Spelling and the Green level of Grammar/ Composition during study hall two days a week and during an afterschool program three days a week.




Phonics/Spelling: . . . . . . . . . . . Yellow Level

Phonics/Spelling: . . . . . . . . . Orange Level

Phonics/Spelling: . . . . . . . . . . . Yellow Level

Grammar/Composition: . . . Yellow Level

Grammar/Composition: . . . . Green Level

Math: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fifth Grade Core: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fourth Grade 7

Specialized Language Arts Instruction PHONICS/SPELLING Verticy students will begin in one of four levels. Lessons are designed to teach students to think through language problems when reading and spelling, rather than guessing. In the Phonics/Spelling and Grammar/ Composition courses, skills are taught in a spiral of learning – basic skills are introduced and revisited as more advanced skills are continuously introduced, creating balanced skill development in all areas. Students continuously practice new skills to ensure retention, automatic retrieval and application. With Verticy, your child is able to comfortably build a solid foundation of skills needed to promote independent reading and writing, while also experiencing grade-level and age-appropriate content. Verticy’s combination of leveled and grade-specific components leads to student success in all subjects. 8

Verticy’s Orange Level course is the first of four levels in our continuum. This level is an appropriate place for beginning readers who need to focus on vowel and consonant sounds. Orange Level students will: • build a solid foundation of phonics and spelling skills • be introduced to the alphabet sequence • begin to understand the sound/syllable relationship • study basic syllable types and division patterns • study spelling rules

In our Yellow Level course, students typically display knowledge of the alphabet and the foundation of consonants and short vowels. Yellow Level students will: • learn and practice dividing words into syllables • learn spelling rules • learn slides and consonant digraphs • learn long vowel sounds • practice with open, closed, silent e and r-controlled syllable types • begin using silent letters, vowel teams and stable final syllables

GRAMMAR/COMPOSITION Our Orange Level course is the first in our four-level continuum. Students are building basic writing skills, can compose a simple sentence, and are gaining short paragraph writing skills. Orange Level students will: • write weekly journal entries • use illustrations with compositions • learn to make lists and organize ideas • proofread their writing • use capitalization and punctuation to create complete sentences • begin to incorporate punctuation and capitalization in writing

In our Yellow Level course, students can write full sentences and short paragraphs. Yellow Level students will: • master composing a quality paragraph • study various types of paragraphs • identify the parts of a paragraph in a well-rounded composition • make lists and organize ideas • write using the 5-Ws • present a book report • communicate more effectively through writing • use grammar knowledge to build and expand paragraphs

In the Green Level course, students can use consonants, short and long vowels, and have had exposure to vowel teams, suffixes and beginning spelling rules. Green Level students will: • build solid reading skills • review syllable types and division rules • review blends, slides, consonant digraphs and basic vowel teams • learn frequency order of spelling, common usages and new sounds • begin learning exceptions to spelling rules

Verticy’s Red Level course is the highest of our four-level continuum. Students are able to read; have mastered vowels, consonants and vowel teams; and are solidifying more complex reading and spelling concepts. Red Level students will: • review and master syllable division rules and suffixes • study higher-level spelling rules and exceptions • study silent e, y to i, plurals, possessives and stable final syllables • focus on advanced syllabication: silent letters, schwa and accent patterns


Lesson Manual/Tests Workbook Word Cards Concept Pages and Dictation Sheets Instructional Strategies Videos and Printed Guide Magnetic Alphabet Tiles Answer Keys Reading A-Z Raz-Kids Spelling Sounds Reading Deck Fluency Lessons

In the Green Level course, students typically can write basic compositions or paragraphs. Green Level students will: • review foundations: topic and concluding sentences, outlining and proofreading • write letters and complex sentences • create multiparagraph compositions • study note-taking strategies to gain advanced writing skills • review grammar basics • practice proper and common nouns, subject/ predicate, complex sentences, prepositions and phrases • label parts of speech

Our Red Level course is the most advanced of our four-level continuum. Students can typically write a multiple-paragraph composition. Red Level students will: • move to textbook-guided writing • prepare for middle and high school • learn the steps of the writing process • quickly review grammar basics • build skills in complex sentences, prepositions, interjections and subject‑verb agreement • label parts of speech • master the foundations of quality writing • focus on publishing, advanced journaling, research and presenting


Lesson Manual/Tests Activity Pages Answer Keys Kidspiration or Inspiration Writing skills books (yellow, green, and red levels)


Third Grade Introduction to important concepts Learning is much more than repetition, memorization and writing lists. Verticy incorporates fun online activities, visual mapping software, multisensory strategies and systematic, explicit instruction to create a custom learning experience for your student.

Math Options

Singapore Math Method – Students use problemsolving and visual representations to perform addition and subtraction with and without regrouping, develop skills in fractions, multiply, divide with and without regrouping, work with metric and customary measurements, and calculate area and perimeter of two-dimensional shapes.

Students begin a more formal study of social studies, focusing on communities.


Students learn to identify hemispheres, continents and oceans and gain understanding of symbols on maps, graphs, and longitude and latitude.

Calvert Math – Students are challenged by multiplication and division, estimation, improper fractions and mixed numbers, decimals, geometric figures, and simple equations.


Language Arts

Students learn techniques in drawing, perspective and color.

Includes Verticy Literature, Phonics/Spelling and Grammar/Composition.


Life cycles, force, motion, astronomy, health and mineralogy are studied. 10

Social Studies

Spreadsheets, graphing and presentation skills are employed throughout subjects.


Fourth Grade Idea expression and scientific discovery Math Options

Singapore Math Method – Students use problem-solving and visual representations to interpret data, create tables and graphs, add and subtract like and unlike fractions and mixed numbers, express decimals as fractions and mixed numbers, measure angles, and find area and perimeter. Calvert Math – Skills in mathematical processes, logical reasoning, and problem solving are taught as students explore addition and subtraction of decimals and fractions, functions, statistics, data analysis, and probability.

Language Arts

Includes Verticy Literature, Phonics/Spelling and Grammar/Composition.


Social Studies: Two Options

You may choose A Child’s History of the World as your textbook. Students survey world history from earliest times to present. The course features a history workbook with outlines and enrichment activities. OR Using Regions, students study regions of the United States and basic geography, using maps, globes and graphs.


Spreadsheets, tables, charts and graphs are integrated throughout the curriculum.


Students improve skills using lines, light sources and motion.

Students study life science, physical science, electricity and magnetism.

 ncourage your young scientist through E hands-on experiments. Science materials are included with each grade, providing hard-to-find tools needed to conduct science activities while online resources show realworld application.


Fifth Grade Making connections among subjects Math Options

Singapore Math Method – Students use problem solving and visual representations to multiply and divide fractions, simplify algebraic expressions, represent ratios in fraction form, multiply and divide decimals, and classify polygons. Calvert Math – Math study advances as students learn about multiplication and division of fractions and decimals, percents, ratios, transformations and integers.

Language Arts

Includes Verticy Literature, Phonics/Spelling and Grammar/Composition.


Animal and plant kingdoms, weather, ecosystems, physics of matter, forces, and energy are explored.


Students continue to learn about American history, from colonial times through the twentyfirst century.


Students study the regions of the United States, the countries of Latin America and Canada.


Research and basic HTML skills are introduced.


Students learn different art techniques including contour, naturalism and linear perspectives.

Art History

Using A Child’s History of Art: Painting by Virgil Hillyer, students study paintings from ancient Egypt through the modern art movement.

Imagine your child learning a new topic and then using presentation software to share their knowledge and advanced computer skills. Verticy students develop age-appropriate computer skills and apply those skills in various subjects.


Sixth Grade An emphasis on more independent learning Greater academic independence begins with the fundamentals of Language Arts. Sixth Grade students tap into the art of language by reading novels, and continuing to explore the writing process and expand composition skills.

Math Options

Singapore Math Method – Students draw on problem-solving skills and prior knowledge to develop an understanding of ratios and proportions, summarize data distributions, compare numbers with percents and ratios, write and evaluate algebraic expressions, and express and compute rates. Calvert Math – Problem-solving and criticalthinking skills continue to be developed as students solve proportions, graph functions, work with metric measurement, and perform operations with integers, decimals, and fractions.

Language Arts

Includes Verticy Literature, Phonics/Spelling and Grammar/Composition.


Earth science, the environment, weather and climate, and chemical properties and interactions are studied.


From the birth of Western civilization through the fall of Rome, students are awed by the past.


Students study Asia, Africa, Australia and Antarctica.


URLs, web searches and presentations are critical skills taught and used for study across subjects.


Students study Egyptian line drawing, softdough sculpture, relief sculpture, and symmetry design. Lessons are coordinated with Art History study.

Art History

A Child’s History of Art: Sculpture traces the evolution of sculpture from simple stone carvings to the realism of Duane Hanson.


Seventh Grade Inspired and integrated art and history Verticy’s curriculum is rooted in the classics. Students are immersed in a world of art and architecture as history and art converge. A rich palette of resources including picture cards, online resources, and hands-on art activities combine for a whirlwind virtual tour of the world’s most impressive structures.

Math Options

Singapore Math Method – Students develop a strong conceptual understanding of math skills and concepts. They draw on problem-solving skills and prior knowledge to develop an understanding of proportional relationships, add and subtract integers, perform operations with rational and irrational numbers, simplify algebraic expressions, approximate probability and relative frequency, and construct different geometric figures.

The course provides a comprehensive survey of world history after the fall of the Roman Empire and includes a critical analysis of political, economic and social changes from ancient times to the American Revolution.


More sophisticated topics such as networks, web research and validation, desktop publishing and databases are introduced.

Calvert Math – Students are introduced to advanced topics such as exponents, scientific notation, inequalities, constructions, volume, and surface area, as well as prerequisite algebra concepts.


Language Arts

Includes Verticy Literature, Phonics/Spelling and Grammar/Composition.

Students apply concepts from Art History, including creating trilithons and step pyramids and designing buildings.


Art History

Life and physical sciences, characteristics of living things and sound, light, motion, forces and energy provide understanding of how things work. 14


A study of thematic maps and the Eastern Hemisphere expands world knowledge.


A Child’s History of Art: Architecture is explored with applied lessons designing structures.

Eighth Grade High school preparation and confidence building Math Options

Singapore Math Method – Students draw on problemsolving skills and prior knowledge to develop a deep understanding of algebra through statistical applications and representing and comparing functions. Students will also add and subtract using scientific notation, use exponential notation, graph linear equations, analyzing data, and applying geometric transformations. Calvert Math – Students learn problem solving, algebra, scientific notation, rational and irrational numbers, and graphing functions.

Language Arts Includes Verticy Literature, Phonics/Spelling and Grammar/Composition.


Students study the history of America from its discovery through modern times.


Students review spatial growth, demographic patterns and climatic issues in the historical context of the United States.


Students master presentation skills, desktop publishing, spreadsheets and HTML.

Learning Strategies

Students also master study skills, organizing, test-taking, note-taking and research needed for high school.


Physical, life and earth sciences such as electricity, magnetism, the structure of plant and animal cells, genetics, space, topography and erosion are studied.

History is brought to life through the study of famous Americans as your child experiences voices of the past which have made the United States what it is today. Literature selections and a review of primary-source documents through Calvert i-Library give your child a deeper understanding through stories of individual contribution.


Supplemental Learning Options If you are not looking for a complete curriculum, Verticy offers multiple ways for you to boost fundamental skills in reading, writing or math all with the support of a learning specialist. Verticy Learning’s supplemental courses are ideal for use after school, in conjunction with another curriculum, or with a tutor.

Language Arts Verticy’s Language Arts program includes our specialized Phonics/Spelling, Grammar/Composition and Literature curriculums. They are designed to teach your student how to think through language problems, which will ultimately help him to read and write with confidence. Literature lessons are designed to increase comprehension, appreciation and analysis.

Verticy Writing (Grammar/Composition)

Verticy Reading (Phonics/Spelling)

The Grammar/Composition curriculum uses various multisensory teaching and learning strategies that appeal to all learning styles; with these techniques your student will become an effective and accomplished writer.

The Reading program features a specialized Phonics/Spelling curriculum designed to teach your student the fundamentals of reading using a foundation of phonics and spelling.

Writing skills are improved through sentence structure study, basic writing skills practice and composition. Practice with the writing process builds confidence in your writer.


New skills are continuously practiced with many onand off-line activities to ensure retention, automatic retrieval and application.

Verticy Math Verticy Math includes a Math Companion that incorporates multi-sensory learning and teaching techniques with math concepts. Verticy tackles math struggles by addressing a student’s reading difficulties with added explanation and practice. Learning math is fun with interactive games and online activities to reinforce learning!

Touch, Read, Talk and Experience Verticy combines all learning styles with live educator support. Contemporary textbooks and classic literature

Step-by-step daily instruction Manuals are designed with a daily schedule that includes all books and materials needed for each lesson.

Core subjects are assigned based on your student’s listening comprehension level.

Online, interactive and realtime lessons

Manipulatives engage motor skills to aid understanding

Games engage children and reinforce learning while having fun.

Hands-on practice helps students relate to abstract concepts. Computer not included. Materials and books subject to change.


The Verticy Lesson Manual Daily lesson plans let you spend more time teaching and less time planning Lesson Manuals provide complete, step-by-step daily plans for all subjects. Online versions have embedded instructional resources and links. Each Lesson Manual contains a course outline for every subject, instructions on how to use the manual, a suggested daily schedule, and tips for the Learning Guide. The Lesson Manuals weave instruction from one subject to the next, helping students retain information and build a solid academic foundation.

Included in the Lesson Manual • Suggested daily schedule • Tips for the Learning Guide • List of daily materials • Assignment summary • Clear objectives • Step-by-step instructions • Automatic curriculum updates online • Learning strategies • Online and multimedia learning resources • Online daily Checkpoints



The Lesson Area

The area in the middle of the screen displays the current lesson featuring the same instruction as the printed manual. All resource links are live, and navigation is easy in this online version. 2

The Menu Bar The menu bar allows users to navigate to other pages, view printer-friendly versions of the manual, and subscribe to instant curriculum updates.




The Navigation Area At the left of the screen, users can navigate to other lessons, general instructions, and, in appropriate grade levels, a learning strategies section and sentence diagramming companion.


Resources Section

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 dditional resources that correspond A to the current lesson are easily identified on screen. Resources may include: • Interactive instructional videos • Online activities • BrainPOP • Discovery Education Videos • Checkpoints • Practice tests

Computer not included. Materials and books subject to change.


Students benefit from a multi-sensory learning experience Verticy has integrated technology with textbooks, hands-on manipulatives and traditional resources to provide a multi-sensory, dynamic learning experience for struggling readers and students with LLDs. My Verticy

Each student enrolled in Verticy receives access to a customized My Verticy website. The tools in this personal online resource center enhance and reinforce your student’s education. All resources are specific to your student’s individually-configured course.

Calvert i-Library

Online versions of Encyclopedia Britannica®, World Atlas, Merriam-Webster Dictionary, Collegiate Thesaurus and Multimedia Library are included. Access interactive tools and resources including website reviews, age-appropriate activities, and an astronomy portal. My Verticy

Verticy Online Resources DIGITAL LEARNING TOOLS Kidspiration and Inspiration

Apply the principles of visual learning with this graphic-organizing software. Combine pictures, text and spoken words to represent thoughts and information.

Reading A–Z

This leveled, guided online reading resource expands comprehension skills through downloadable books you can print. Choose from over 2,500 books and poems appropriate for your student’s skill level.


A virtual interactive library geared to your child’s reading level.


Literature selections in auditory format support students as they become independent readers. Download audio files to listen to text while following along in the book.

Calvert i-Library



Discovery Education STREAMING Videos



Concept-specific videos from Discovery Education STREAMING engage your child and help bring lessons to life.

Provided by the publishers, selected electronic textbooks contain video clips, auto-graded practice tests and valuable support material.

Online Interactive Activities Featuring BrainPOP

Online Calvert Math Textbook

These online activities make learning even more fun. Our interactive tools feature videos, games and quizzes from BrainPOP that are integrated with the Verticy lessons.

Interactive Computer Skills

Computer aptitude is vital in today’s learning environment. Computer Skills lessons are subjectintegrated, animated and child-friendly.

Access Calvert’s Math textbooks online, for Grades 3–6, which include Text-to-Speech, Study Skills Tools, Sticky Notes, and even a translator of English words into Spanish.

Calvert Instructional Videos

Calvert offers instructional videos in math, science, social studies and grammar that are engaging, interactive and aligned to lesson objectives to help with retention.

Game-Based Math Practice (Grades K–5)

Our game-based supplemental math activities are multi-sensory and improve learning while developing problem-solving and reasoning skills.

Game-Based Math Practice


Oversee, support and enhance your child’s academic journey with this online toolbox. Access online Answer Keys, curriculum updates, your student’s grades (for curriculum checkpoints and ATS Tests if enrolled), announcements, order history and support services.

Curriculum Checkpoints

Concise, objective assessments at the end of identified lessons are automatically graded to give you instant feedback regarding your child’s mastery of the lesson’s concepts.

Curriculum Checkpoints


Research Shows Verticy Works Research shows that increased word recognition improves fluency, which improves reading comprehension. Calvert conducted a study of the Verticy Learning Phonics/Spelling program in Spring 2011 with 100 Sixth Graders at a Baltimore public transformation school. Students who tested in the bottom 50% of the class were split into two groups: the control group and the test group.

Verticy Phonics/Spelling Program Study Improvement in Word Recognition in Less Than 40 Lessons

Control group 2 Grade Levels

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Students in the bottom 50% of the class in reading

Control group (traditional reading help) in Comprehension in Less Than 40 Lessons Improvement

2 Grade Levels

Control group

Students in the bottom 50% of the class in reading

Control group (traditional reading help)


The test group received supplemental sessions from parents and volunteers using Verticy’s Phonics/Spelling program. After fewer than 40 Verticy lessons, students in the test group demonstrated significant growth in reading comprehension and word recognition. Reading skills increased an average of two grade levels.

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1 Grade Level

The control group received other standard reading interventions.

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“My son is 11 and has dyslexia and ADHD. He has been in tutoring since 1st grade (5th grade now), and bounced between public and private school. Finally I gave up on both and found Verticy. We have only been using Verticy for 3 months and I have seen my son thrive, spelling words he could have never spelled before.” – Homeschool parent

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