There are many things to consider when you are looking for an Orton-Gillingham program. Find out how to choose a quality, easy-to-use program in Part 5 of the series “Orton-Gillingham: A Multisensory Structured Language Approach”.
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Imagine you are traveling in an unfamiliar city and are looking to visit an art gallery. Your cellular data is off and you’re relying on getting directions the old-fashioned way. You walk out of your hotel and ask a local you meet on the street. He says “You will walk three blocks straight, make a Continue Reading
Welcome to Multisensory Monday! Educators are always looking for quick, effective activities. Whether working one-on-one with a student or in a whole classroom, this activity is easily assembled and costs nothing more than the paper it is printed on! Open and closed syllables are the first types of syllables students are introduced to in the Continue Reading
Orton-Gillingham programs are based on six main principles of instruction. The first three (Phonics-based, Structured/Systematic, and Direct-Instruction) are recommendations of the National Reading Panel. The next three take it above and beyond what the National Reading Panel recommends (Multisensory, Sequential, and Cumulative). Find out more about each principle in Part 2 of the series “Orton-Gillingham: Continue Reading