One of the most important aspects of literacy development is the ability to understand and decode text. Reading requires two elements: - decoding and comprehension. The integration of these two skills is essential to reading, both being equally important but not interchangeable. Reading is the foundation of all intellectual learning. CAMI Reader is a complete reading and language system for students from age 5 onwards.



  • Phonics involves a series of exercises with auditory instructions.

  • Reading and comprehension includes reading material which is grade-defined according to word usage, length of text and the comprehension questions relating to it.

  • Grammar and vocabulary covers all the areas of grammar including parts of speech, vocabulary, word usage, spelling, synonyms, antonyms, challenging word games and much more.

  • Flash reading tests the spelling ability on words from the reading exercise.

  • Word recognition is an excellent exercise in scan reading.

  • Anagrams is an exercise involving the analysis and synthesis of words found in the reading piece.

  • Eye movement trainers which includes four different viewers (scopes) each with their own dynamic speed settings.

  • Open text editor allows any text to be entered into the system as a reading piece, from a newspaper article to a text from other learning areas and even in other languages.

  • Individual student settings can be extensively tailored for each student in terms of font type, size, foreground colour, background colour, speed of reading, pass requirements, number of spelling words and more.

  • Sound recording desk to encourage voice training to aid in pronunciation.

  • Creative contextual writing practice to encourage the correct use of language critical in communication. It allows the student to put their knowledge to practice ensuring adherence to semantics.


Additional features?

  • Focuses on the development of new reading techniques and the expansion of language usage.

  • Increases reading speed by training the student to read groups of words instead of one word at a time.

  • Facilitates the integration of other learning areas with reading – an important requirement of outcomes based education.

  • Assists the student with the transition from reading aloud to silent reading.

  • Helps to improve the student’s concentration and his/her understanding of what has been read.

  • Advanced training in spelling, grammar and vocabulary.