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What Does Explicit, Systematic, and Sequential Teaching Look Like?


I’m digging into specific principles of the Orton-Gillingham approach. Three words are key to describing some of the principles that define Orton-Gillingham. Instruction is explicit, systematic, and sequential. While these principles are crucial for your students with dyslexia or learning challenges, they also constitute powerful teaching for most of your learners.

In another post, I cover How Orton-Gillingham is Diagnostic and Prescriptive.


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