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Multisensory Teaching Techniques in the Classroom
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Multisensory Teaching Techniques in the Classroom

  Using Multisensory Teaching Techniques Multisensory learning strategies are crucial not just for kids with dyslexia, or within Orton-Gillingham lesson plans, it is good solid teaching for ALL students. Incorporating multisensory learning tools into your classroom lessons will not replace intervention services, but it will make classroom lessons more accessible to students with learning differences.  …

Multisensory Teaching Strategies in the Classroom: Part One
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Multisensory Teaching Strategies in the Classroom: Part One

    Multisensory Teaching Strategies in the Classroom   Part One: Using Multisensory Teaching Techniques Multisensory teaching is not just crucial for kids with dyslexia, or within Orton-Gillingham lesson plans, it is good solid teaching for ALL students. Incorporating multisensory learning tools into your classroom lessons will not replace intervention services, but it will make…

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Three Literacy Tips Related to Multisensory Teaching

(This post contains affiliate links.)Hi everyone! It’s back to school time and I’m sure you’re busy getting all your classrooms prepared and supplies organized. I work with students all year round, but I certainly use the BTS season to rethink some of my teaching strategies, purchase new materials and set a plan to help my…

Five Fantastic Books for Teaching Syntax

Five Fantastic Books for Teaching Syntax

Mastering syntax is fundamental to effective communication. This makes it a critical component of language instruction. For educators, a deep understanding of syntax is essential for teaching grammar and enhancing students’ reading and writing skills. The following collection of books for teaching syntax offers comprehensive guidance on the theory and practice of teaching syntax. Here…

10 Tips for Teaching Closed Syllable Exceptions
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10 Tips for Teaching Closed Syllable Exceptions

While the syllable types explain many spellings and pronunciations in English, we still come across some words that don’t quite work the way we expect them to. One of those is a group of words known as closed syllable exceptions. Let’s talk about teaching closed syllable exceptions! What are closed syllable exceptions? Closed syllable exceptions…

Multisensory Reading and Spelling Strategies | Orton-Gillingham Lessons

Multisensory Reading and Spelling Strategies | Orton-Gillingham Lessons

Finding ways to help children spell learned words (also known as sight words, red words, or high frequency words) can be challenging at times, especially for struggling readers. This highly engaging pack uses techniques that will get your students to remember how words are spelled in a two-pronged approach: using multisensory teaching, and using an etymological dictionary (allowing students to research the history behind learned words and WHY they are spelled that way). All activities are suitable for Orton-Gillingham instruction or other reading intervention programs.

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Tips for Teaching the Y Rule
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Tips for Teaching the Y Rule

The suffixing rules represent a challenging but important set of spelling generalizations. They allowed students to write a wide variety of sentences using the full range of verb tenses. Learning these suffixing rules, like the Y Rule, puts students on the path to avoiding many spelling pitfalls and being able to successfully navigate the writing…

Tips for Teaching the Drop E Rule
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Tips for Teaching the Drop E Rule

A particularly challenging, but important, set of spelling generalizations are the suffixing rules. They are important for students to be able to write using more natural-sounding language. For example, He did hop sounds far more awkward and stilted than He hopped. Learning the suffixing rules, like the drop e rule, expands possibilities for our students…