This multisensory bundle is designed to support students improve their reading - all of the R-controlled vowels and compound words; along with writing skills development. Information is provided about concepts included in the bundle for the teachers, parents and other adults to have to help students. To provide a multisensory, explicit, and repetitive approach, there is a focus on the following skills:
R Controlled Vowels
ar, er, ir, or, ur
For each r-controlled multisensory lesson, the teacher or adult needs to instruct the student (s) to identify the r-controlled vowel, sound, and provide a picture to highlight each sound.
When two or more words joined together, the result is the creation of a compound word, with a new word meaning. There are three types of compound words: closed, hyphenated and open.
Writing Skills Development
“Writing Trigger Words” - support ideas/concept development
It is critical to develop a student’s ability to decode, encode, reading fluently and comprehend, simultaneously focus on writing development, including sentence writing and paragraphs. Without this focus and balance, student often progress more in the area of reading, but struggle with writing skills, possibly due to limited writing opportunities.
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Below you will find other resources to support students learning syllable types and compound words.
60 Lower Level Do Now Activities: The Orton Gillingham Word Study Way
Syllable Type Application Activities
The Super Bundle - 3 Bundes in one! NO PREP - Just Print and Go!
It is important to review the preview prior to purchasing to ensure it is suitable to your students, and your needs.
Have a great day.
M. S., M. A., OG-Tt (IMSLEC), CDT
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