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Thank you for taking time to review this multisensory syllable type activity presented in PDF format. This resource is a great activity for students to use independently, with a partner, or at a literacy center. This activity is appropriate for all struggling students in all grade levels. There is a graphic organizer that highlights all syllable types with a picture and word for each syllable type.
Please take the time to review the preview file - it includes all activities included in the resource ( I removed some game boards to reduce the amount of information you would have to search through when previewing.
This activity supports repeated application practice for students just reading one-syllable words by providing 16 game boards that only focus on one-syllable words. Also, the only syllable type not included in Student Activity A is consonant - le (c-le) because that syllable type requires two-syllables. Then, Student Activity B includes two-syllable words and focuses on all seven syllable types, with an additional 15 game boards.
There are many ways to teach syllable types and some teachers say there are 6, and other individuals say 7 syllable types. If you are a teacher that considers Vowel Diphthongs as Vowel Team syllable types, then please know that this multisensory resource breaks both Vowel Team and Vowel Dipthong into two separate categories. Therefore, please make some adjustments in your directions to students before they participate in the activity.
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M. S., M. A., OG-Therapist (IMSLEC)
Key Terms: Decoding; Dyslexia; gifted and talented; IDA; IMSLEC; language based; multisensory; Orton; OG; Orton Gillingham resource; OG lessons; OG-T; reading, reading fluency; reading; special education; syllable types: closed, open, VCe, R-controlled, vowel team, vowel diphthong, Consonant-le (C-le); word comprehension; word patterns