Orton-Gillingham In Small Groups? Yes, You Can!

Do you find yourself scratching your head when thinking about how the heck to run an Orton-Gillingham lesson plan in small groups during a typical school week?Common problems which may arise:Timing could be off. You might only have a session…
, ,

How to Write Effective Orton-Gillingham Progress Reports

Tips for Sharing Progress with ParentsWhether you are working in private practice as an Orton-Gillingham tutor or working with students in a classroom or school setting, sharing information about a student’s progress is an important part of…
,

Building an Understanding of Homophones

    Building an Understanding of Homophones   Soon after introducing the first vowel teams, the need to discuss homophones rears its head. This can be challenging for struggling readers during Orton-Gillingham lesson plans,…
,

Tips For Error Correction During Orton-Gillingham Lessons

Part of being a successful Orton-Gillingham teacher or tutor means being prescriptive. This means you tailor your Orton-Gillingham lesson plans to meet the specific needs of your struggling readers. Just as important as being prescriptive is…
, ,

The Top Ten Tips For Teaching Vowel Teams

Teaching Tips for Vowel TeamsSome of the mountains that our struggling readers must climb are bigger than others. One skill that we must introduce fairly early on, but that will take a long time to master is the vowel team syllable.In principle,…