This is a student lesson using the principles of Orton Gillingham which includes a multisensory, sequential, cumulative approach.
Students address structural analysis skill building using the prefix "dis-."
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Students benefit from repeated exposures of the prefix "dis-." The focus on both reading and writing skill building, using this prefix supports a deeper comprehension. Students "break down" words using Orton Gillingham syllabication strategies.
Additional benefits include brain pathway development in the following areas:
Long Term Retrieval
Word Memory Retrieval
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Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin, M.S., M. A., OG-TT
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