This 31 page PDF multisensory resource designed for students learning - suffix -ly.
Reading skills included in the resource:
Parts of Speech
Matching words to meanings
Spelling Dictation - 3 lists to provide differentiation
Teacher lesson plans
Background Knowledge for teachers to support student skill building
Use of multisensory strategies to support students in skill development
This multisensory resource is designed for a variety of learning opportunities. This resource is beneficial for students of different levels. Homework opportunities help students continue to develop skills with parent/guardian support.
This is one detailed lesson that reduces teacher planning time, but will yield numerous opportunities for students. There is a detailed Table of Contents to help guide teachers and parents.
I have over 29 years of experience as a special education teacher, and have been formally trained, and continue to take coursework, focused on Orton Gillingham methodologies, strategies and techniques. My work is dedicated to helping students develop their academic abilities in reading, writing and learning strategies, and to support teaches by offering OG resources! Many of my resources include detailed information to support teachers new to the Orton Gillingham approach. I am available to do presentations, train teachers within class, and consult.
Please email me at ekennyfoggin@gmail if you have questions or comments. Thank you for taking time to review this quality and multisensory resource.
M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC), CDT
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