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This course will teach students how to read and spell words with a silent-e at the end (VCe). I will review what vowels are, how they can make two sounds, and what the silent-e does to make the vowel say its name. I will be utilizing the Orton-Gillingham Approach, ensuring that students are activating as many pathways as possible to understand the skill being taught. Students will be given a decodable story in order to practice using the skill independently at the end of the lesson. Students...
Students will learn how to read and spell words with a silent-e (VCe). They will learn how vowels can make two sounds: short and long. They will practice reading and spelling these words, along with reading a story to practice decoding these words in a longer text.
A one-page worksheet, along with a decodable story will be provided.
45 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Orton-Gillingham Trained Reading Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Hi! My name is Jenn and I am a 2nd Grade Special Education and Reading Teacher from New York. I am trained at the associate level in the Orton-Gillingham approach. I use this approach daily in my Multi-Sensory Language Training (MSLT) AIS reading...