What’s In My Orton-Gillingham Binder?
Whenever my students meet with me for an Orton-Gillingham lesson, they have a few supplies handy, like their Orton-Gillingham binder. I, of course, come towing my large O-G bag, but I find having things that the student can easily access while I am not with them is helpful for them. Families have an opportunity to see what they are working on as well. The parents appreciate the chance to discuss what the day’s lesson was about. It’s all about keeping the lines of communication open.
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Here are the supplies the student has:
- a one-inch binder
- a composition notebook
- a folder to place inside the binder
- key rings or binder rings
- John Ayto’s Dictionary of Word Origins (welcome, but not a necessity)
Sorry if not related to the above, but where on your site do you explain how to use Connect Four for literacy?
Is there a place on your site where I can purchase/download the dictation sheet you use with your students?
Hi Jen! Feel free to email me and I will send you one. 🙂