This is a multisensory lesson that is based on the principles of Orton Gillingham. Students like this lesson because of the variety of activities.
The packet includes:
Page 1 - Title page
Page 2 - Informational page
Page 3 - Script for lesson
Page 4 - Introductory Multisensory Lesson based on the suffix "-ly."
Page 5 - Morphological Awareness Activity
Page 6 - Word list with coding opportunities
Page 7- Another word list with coding opportunities
Page 8 - Controlled Reading -sentences
Page 9 - Memory development activity
Page 10/11 -Reading passage with comprehension and writing activities
Page 12 - Writing Assignment- write sentences by selecting 10 words ending in "-ly.
Page 13 - Word Search - Optional Activity - Please do not make this a mandatory assignment. Many students struggle with processing, memory and visualization challenges - these students will struggle. HOWEVER, other students love to do Word Searches. These students will benefit academically completing a word search. Be guided according to the needs of each student.
Page 14 - Answer Key
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One aspect of the multisensory lessons that I create are based on the philosophy of repetition so that students over learn a concept.
M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC), CDT
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