Orton-Gillingham is an approach used for remediation for students who struggle to read and write due to dyslexia. These are authentic Orton-Gillingham lessons that I developed during internship for Associate-level certification with the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators (www.ortonacademy.org). I have taught these lesson and perfected them. Each lesson includes materials for each of the 10 essential components needed for implementation of an Orton-Gillingham tutoring sessions: phonics drill cards, review word cards, new skill lesson, new word cards, word cards for syllabication, learned word cards, pre-spelling, Simultaneously Oral Spelling, Dictation, and controlled decodable reading. This is a bundle that includes my individual Lessons 6-10. These lessons should follow my introductory O-G Lesson Bundle: Lessons 1-5.
All five of these lessons provide a phonemic awareness drill taught before the actual O-G lesson begins. The phonemic awareness portion of the lesson activates phonological processing and provides practice in auditory discrimination, a skill that is necessary for the dyslexic student to be a successful reader. Additionally, these lessons provide even more notes, directions, and helpful hints for the tutor, making this lesson plan bundle even more rich in detail and explanation than the Lessons 1-5 Bundle.. For instance, Lesson 10 has much more detail on the O-G method for syllabication than any previous lesson. A tutor or homeschooling parent who is not a reading specialist, but who is familiar with the O-G approach, will be able to implement this lesson with accuracy and success!
Many TpT sellers promote Orton-Gillingham lesson plans or products, but only a few TpT products are sold by a certified O-G Associate. I can assure you that my lessons that are true and complete, following the structure of Orton-Gillingham instruction exactly.
While every O-G lesson is individualized and specific to a particular student, this lesson framework would be useful in the beginning of a tutoring course with a dyslexic student.
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