Teach Children to Read Faster “Teach Children to Read Faster” is a supplemental self-teaching course for children and adults. They learn to read faster using pronunciation patterns, phonetics, syllabification, and memorization. The lessons teach reading in spite of hearing loss, speech impediment, or other learning problems such as dyslexia. The English language has two components, phonetic and alphabetic. The phonetic side stays hidden until we look up words in the dictionary. By knowing the phonetic side of the language, students gain important clues that help with learning to read. By practicing phonetic lessons, they will learn to recognize the clues and patterns quickly. Each word has phonetic and pronunciation form to act as reading clues. They also have a vowel pronunciation pattern that students hear in the previous words or word groups. Most of the words also have a rhyming pattern. To read well, students simply study the pronunciation patterns.