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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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This course will provide teacher led lessons that follow alongside a text written by Heather MacLeod-Vidal and Kristina Smith. The two authors, trained in Orton-Gillingham, wrote this book after years of experience in the classroom, in small groups, and in tutoring. MacLeod-Vidal and Smith decided to pursue outlets using the same approach but with a bigger impact resulting in coauthored the text, Teach Reading with Orton-Gillingham: 72 Classroom-Ready Lessons to Help Struggling Readers and...
By the end of Unit 2, students should be able to recognize initial blends and final blends by reading and writing words with said blends. Students should also be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of special spelling rules including -ct endings, as well as differentiating when to use the letters -ch or -tch at the end of a word.
Composition book Pencils Index cards Plastic tray Tactile material (i.e. shaving cream, salt, sand) Counters Sidewalk chalk Play-doh Pointer
Students will be assessed using the initial placement assessment, mini assessments throughout the unit, and an end of unit two (part 2). Students will also participate in activities during the three classes per week that allow for data tracking by the teacher.
1 hour 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Parents will be given a letter at the beginning of the unit that outlines what we'll be working on and how they can help their child practice at home. These additional practice times with parents are not required; but, highly encouraged as the student will greatly benefit from it.
Smith, Kristina, and Heather MacLeod-Vidal. Teach Reading with Orton-Gillingham: 72 Classroom-Ready Lessons to Help Struggling Readers and Students with Dyslexia Learn to Love Reading (Books for Teachers). Ulysses Press, 2021
Licensed Special Education Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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11 completed classes
I am a certified Special Education Teacher in the state of North Carolina with experiences in a variety of settings. I have journeyed through the worlds of special education and general education via public and charter schools over the past twelve...