Clarice Bäcklund, Väståboland, Finland
I have to tell you. Yesterday Ferdinand came home from school and told me that his homework was to learn loads of words in English (approximately 35 words). In class they get a test on the words and they have to spell them and translate them. And I thought to myself: ”how is that going to work?” We started practicing. After repeating the words twice he had it under control and I was really surprised. He’d never learnt that fast before. He knew some of the words from before, some he learnt on the spot and when it came to the more difficult/unusual words he had to focus for a while, evoke the word image and the spell the words!!! I still don’t know if I can believe the luck or if it is really thanks to the Cat model. JI want to believe in it later on, but it takes a little bit more before I can allow myself to be entirely convinced. YES!!!
Birgitta Anconeus, Lund
The reading was fluent and with such a speed, not a tendency towards sounding the words. It was so cool, a little bit of magic! I’m stunned.
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