How Does It Work?

What is SAY & DO?

Here’s our official definition:
In a connected way, the student engages and trains all four of his neurological language learning
faculties:

He SPEAKS words of understanding spoken to him.
He HEARS his words as he speaks them.
He DOES as his words direct him as he speaks them.
He SEES that what he is doing is what he is saying.

Through this mindfully full spectrum neurological method of handling information, he will
train his whole learning facility to know, understand and remember the knowledge he is
handling. He will not be required to rely mindlessly on natural born untaught abilities he
possesses to see, hear and remember what another has written for and/or said to him,
therefore to recall and reproduce words, sentences, shapes and sequences from
uninstructed, knowledgeless, natural born, untaught visual and and auditory memory
abilities.
This Method probably is new to you. As any method, it is sequential and explicit. It’s easy when you do
it one ordered step at a time as presented in the eBook “blueprint.” That’s why we offer our eBooks in a
specific sequence.
The “foundation” absolutely must come first. The “siding” can be applied only after the walls are
erected. The “roof” must wait for the time the structure is ready for it. We offer our eBooks in a
required sequence, one that guarantees success.

WHAT ARE WE OFFERING?

We are offering a “complete course of study” of what early colonists taught their children of the English
language, and of the way they taught it. It encompasses all applications of the English language, which
in 4-6 years will ready any student for self-study, and prepare him to teach another. We guarantee this
will be the result of studying this course, or we will refund all your membership purchases. Please know
we are not just selling a do-it-yourself-as-usual contemporary English Curriculum.
This course, once purchased, can be used over and over. It has been field tested since 1988. Over
6,000 students in 25 states plus the countries of Canada, Australia and Ghana participated. Age 4 is the
youngest student on record, age 73 is the oldest. The largest classroom enrollment with which it was
used was 36. 12 school districts participated.
In the next paragraph, you’ll find yourself and your student identified in out list of teachers and
students who participated in field testing:

Students labeled “normal.”
Students labeled “accelerated.”
Students with physical, mental and emotional inabilities and disabilities (which often
were abilities awaiting instruction). This classification includes numerous medical,
mental, behavioral and physical terms.
ESL students.
Homeschooling parents or grandparents.
Tutors of students of all ages.
Private school teachers.
Charter school teachers.
Public school teachers.
Special education teachers.
Persons without professional teacher training.
Persons with professional teacher training, both undergraduate and graduate.
Persons without classroom teaching experience.
Persons with classroom teaching experience.
Older children teaching younger children.
Younger students teaching older students.