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The technique, Sound Training, was developed by a former teacher Katy Parkinson, and has been used successfully in more than 600 schools.
Researcher Ellie Mulcahy, from the think-tank LKMco, who measured the effectiveness of the system, said: ‘The offenders found the Latin and Greek new and exciting and enjoyed the intellectual challenge.‘They were even making up their own words and being able to say what that hypothetical word would mean, using their knowledge of Latin.’The scheme could now be rolled out to more prisons.
The programme, which is already used in schools, helps those with low reading ability to decode words by breaking them down into their Latin and Greek components.
Prisoners at three jails – including those serving life – have taken part in a new trial to boost their vocabulary and reading skills - leading to an average increase in reading age of 18 months (Fletcher, the famous Porridge lag, played by Ronnie Barker)In the trial, prisoners improved their reading age by an average of 18 months.