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7 Steps for Teaching V/CV Syllable Division
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7 Steps for Teaching V/CV Syllable Division

There are many reasons to teach syllable division rules. Your students need a procedure to help them tackle long multisyllabic words. Mastering syllable division helps your students to access a much wider variety of printed material. The easiest and most common type of syllable division is division between consonants. In this post, we’ll look at…

Meaningful Review in Orton-Gillingham Lessons
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Meaningful Review in Orton-Gillingham Lessons

The very best practitioners make decisions for individual students regarding pacing, repetition, mastery, and review. Your students need meaningful time to review what you have previously taught based on their individual needs. Let me help you plan a meaningful and effective review in Orton-Gillingham lessons. If you are using an Orton Gillingham-based program, you can…

The Importance of Giving Corrective Feedback
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The Importance of Giving Corrective Feedback

When seeking tips for giving corrective feedback, think of the process as a form of on-the-spot, contingent teaching. You, the teacher asks questions, and assess where your child has erred. Then you apply just the right quantity of explicit instruction. This ability to respond to your student needs on the fly is one of the…

Five Misconceptions About A Structured Literacy Approach

Five Misconceptions About A Structured Literacy Approach

If you are a dyslexia specialist or educational advocates for your students with dyslexia, you may be facing an uphill battle. Trying to encourage structured literacy changes to classroom instruction can sometimes be a challenge/. There is bountiful scientific evidence supporting a structured literacy approach as part of the regular Tier 1 curriculum. However, the…