This lesson is based on Orton Gillingham Multisensory Language Development principles.
Page 1 - Title page
Page 2 - Informational page
Page 3 - Lesson Introduction
Page 4 - Word List
Page 5 - Controlled Reading
Page 6 - Writing Activity
Page 7 - Word Search
Page 8 - Morphological Awareness
A sampling of skills developed with this multisensory lesson:
Long term memory
Students will develop a stronger vocabulary using a multisensory approach to word meaning.
The root "port" is a common Greek root. This lesson focuses on a multitude of skills that many students have not internalized, even though students are higher grade levels.
Students in high school level classes have used this lesson and have developed a automaticity of root meaning, and words that include this root. This leads to word recognition, faster reading fluency, and increased comprehension.
Students in middle school, and gifted students will also benefit using this lesson. However, all students require review and repetition of this root. It is important students have time to process this new skill. Otherwise, students may be tempted to memorize or forget, rather than comprehend and retain.
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Please click on the website addresses below to view other multisensory resources:
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Latin Roots Bundle - using a Multisensory Approach
The Basic -1 Orton Gillingham Bundle for Classrooms - An Incredible Savings for 65 + Multisensory Lessons
Orton Gillingham Classroom Bundle - 2 Prefixes/Suffixes/Roots
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