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This is a great multisensory lesson for students developing reading and writing skills. The file is a PDF.
A multisensory approach to phonogram development, "ew."
Use of multisensory Orton Gillingham principles are incorporated to support student phonogram development necessary to become independent readers and writers.
Techniques are based on research, and provide student with opportunities to engage numerous brain pathways to develop phonograms.
The packet includes: "ew" visual, word list, controlled reading, and writing activities to support "ew" skill development, word and sentence development.
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