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Teachers can better inform goals for reading instruction by administering a variety of reading assessments.
A successful Orton-Gillingham reading program consists of systematic, explicit phonics strategy instruction.
Educators can commit to creating a safe environment for struggling readers that fosters a sense of achievement with Orton-Gillingham.
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Through practicing the rules of spelling, students develop the ability to deepen their understanding of the English language.
Educators and academics have built upon the Orton-Gillingham method and other literacy education methods to help develop what we know today as Structured Literacy.
The Science of Reading offers evidence backed by science to confirm that there is one right way to teach reading.
It is no secret that effective professional development proves to improve instructional practices.
By bringing Orton-Gillingham strategies into your classroom, you create endless opportunities for your students.
Prevention strategies and interventions can be implemented if educators are given the proper tools to identify early symptoms of dyslexia.
In the 1980s and 1990s, a debate existed revolving around the question: What is the best approach to teaching reading?
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