Agenda for the Classroom Educator Course Monday Introduction to the Orton-Gillingham Approach Introduction to dyslexia The dyslexic learner Characteristics of dyslexia Neurology of the brain The Orton-Gillingham Approach Who are Orton-Gillingham Multi-sensory: Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Tactile Presented through: Card Drills, Spelling, Writing, Reading The General Emergence of Phonological Awareness in the Child Introduction to Basic Language Terminology Introduction to Language Vowels and Consonants Vowels have three sounds, long, short, schwa, voiced Vowel teams, r-control vowels Consonants usually have one sound, voiced and unvoiced Consonant blends vs consonant digraphs Introduction to the Six Types of Syllables Closed Open Vowel Team Magic e R control Consonant le Introduction to the Orton-Gillingham Lesson Plan Visual Drill Auditory Drill Blending Drill Spelling, Dictation New Concept Reading Tuesday Introduction to Syllable Division o One syllable words, CVC pattern o Compound Words o Affixes o Consonant le o VCCV pattern, VCCCV pattern o VCV pattern o V/V pattern Introduction to the Third Vowel Sound: The Schwa Importance of the schwa in reading multisyllabic words Introduction to the Diagnostic and Prescriptive Elements of OG Introduction to the Scope and Sequence Introduction to the Multi-Sensory Elements of OG Visual Auditory Kinesthetic, Tactile, handwriting, reading Introduction to the Blending of Sounds / Fluency Blending drills Consonant blends, consonant digraphs Introduction to Error Correction Types of errors Student learns to self-correct Introduction to the Three Main Drills in the OG Lesson o Visual Drill – steps in the process o Auditory Drill – steps in the process o Blending Drill – steps in the process Wednesday Reviewing the Concept of Scope and Sequence o Examples of three versions of scope sequence Continuation of the Orton-Gillingham Lesson Plan o Words to Read o Words to Spell Introduction to Sight Words Introduction to the Spell
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