I hope you enjoyed my free level K lesson plan form. Now I've uploaded forms for levels K-4 in one bundle! For resource teachers like me, I know you teach multiple levels, so this is perfect for you. You can just fill in the blanks with the words and tools you plan to use for the week and check them off as you complete the weekly lesson. This way you will never forget a step in the Orton Gillingham process. You can attach this page to the front of your weekly lesson plan folder that includes your literature, multisensory objects, readers, worksheets, games, etc.
This can be used in the regular classroom for your reading block, in RTI or in resource classrooms through 8th grade. It's all based on your students' skills!
In addition to the lesson plan forms, I have included lots of other goodies for you. The phoneme checklist can be used as a progress report to send home to parents each quarter. I like students to place it in the front of their phonics folders, so they can see how much we have accomplished and what's next. The sample weekly activity schedule lets you see how you can implement Orton Gillingham activities on a daily basis, and how to separate tasks into independent activities and homework. Lastly, the literacy group schedule is something I use in my classroom on a daily basis. But, please know you need to teach students how to do each activity, and practice it, before going in full force. Otherwise, you will have students trying to do independent work, not knowing what to do and causing chaos while you're trying to teach a small group. If you explicitly teach each task and practice it first, then your classroom will be filled with busy worker bees instead of chaos!
This bundle includes:
*Orton Gillingham lesson plan forms for levels K - 4
*Phoneme checklist (can be used for progress reports)
*Sample weekly activity schedule
*Sample literacy group schedule for 3 groups
Thanks for stopping by and happy teaching! Kris Church
Lesson Plan Form, Orton Gillingham, Phonics, Multisensory, Literacy Group, Schedules, Checklists