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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?
Fluency is important to the end goal of Orton-Gillingham instruction: reading comprehension.
You may have heard other educators refer to Red Words as “high-frequency” or “sight words.”
According to research, multi-sensory instruction should be utilized in the classroom. All children need to learn the same skills to become…
To master linguistic communication, one must acquire the art of encoding and decoding strategies.
Syllabication strategies are the keys to unlocking the orthographic code. Once syllable division patterns and syllable types are learned, it’s as if…
Phonemic awareness is the awareness that words are composed of sounds, and those sounds have distinct articulatory features.
Once orthographic mapping is activated, reading begins to transition into the magical process of making the words on the page speak.
The Orton-Gillingham methodology combines direct, multi-sensory teaching strategies with systematic, sequential lessons focused on phonics.
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