Provide equitable literacy instruction in the general education classroom with Orton-Gillingham.
Parents can enhance the effectiveness of Orton-Gillingham instruction by applying it at home over the summer months.
Poetry, rhymes, and music can provide an enriched and holistic learning experience for students.
Check out these vocabulary-building activities that follow the Orton-Gillingham method to teach students to read.
The Science of Reading and Orton-Gillingham method empowers teachers to transition away from the three-cueing system.
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.
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.
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