Decodable Word Lists & Sentences for Orton Gillingham Lessons Level 1
These level one word lists and sentences support your Orton-Gillingham lesson plans and dyslexia intervention. This is a full collection of Level One Words and Sentences Lists suitable for introducing all consonant phonograms, short vowels, initial and final blends, digraphs th, sh, wh, ch, the floss rule, closed syllables, a-e, i-e, o-e, u-e, e-e, vccv and vccvce syllable division.
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These level one word lists and sentences support your Orton-Gillingham lesson plans and dyslexia intervention. It includes easy read fonts, spacing, formatting, and word lists for a complete level 1 set.
These level one word lists were made based on my Orton-Gillingham training. The program was IMSLEC approved and IDA accredited.
This is a full collection of Level One Words and Sentences Lists suitable for introducing all consonant phonograms, short vowels, initial and final blends, digraphs th, sh, wh, ch, the floss rule, closed syllables, a-e, i-e, o-e, u-e, e-e, vccv and vccvce syllable division.
Here are a few things to keep in mind:
- OG follows a very specific scope and sequence for introducing phonograms. Please refer to it before using these lists in order to insure proper order of instruction.
- This pack may NOT have all the lists in order, but are relatively close to the correct order.
OG is an instructional approach that requires extensive teacher training. Creating these lists of words and sentences is labor intensive.
- I take special care to provide plenty of white space, a picture cue to match the key word for the phonogram, an easy to read font with appropriate sizing and minimal graphics to avoid distractions.
- Students should use highlighters, crayons or colored pencils to underline, circle or highlight the words as after they read them a second time to make ensure multisensory instruction.
- On the blends lists, there are “sound slider” boxes. I have students slide a plastic counter or penny, one for each sound in the blend, to help distinguish each sound. This has worked very well for the students that have a hard time hearing each individual sound.
- I like to have students find matching rhyming words and draw connecting circles to them after reading them.
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