This multisensory lesson based on the principles of Orton Gillingham provides a variety of opportunities for students to develop the meaning of the root "duc, duct, duce."
This multisensory packet includes:
Page 1/2 - Title and informational page
Page 3 - Introductory multisensory lesson
Page 4 - Word List
Page 5 - Vocabulary Graphic Organizer Example
Page 6/10 - Vocabulary Graphic Organizer
Page 11 - Reading phrases
Pages 12 - Controlled reading sentences -Fluency practice
Page 13 - Writing Activity
Page 14 - Optional Activity- Word Search. Please only offer this to students as an optional activity. Why? This activity is one where a student either loves to do word searches, or dislike greatly. Individuals may have difficulties with memory, processing, or visualization skills and should not be required to complete.
Page 15 - Morphological Activity
Page 16- Answer Key
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Key Terms: Dyslexia, Multisensory Education; Orton Gillingham Instruction; OG; Turner Syndrome; roots; older students