A method that WORKS for students with Down Syndrome, autism, intellectual disabilities, hearing impairment and more.
This method uses a “top down” approach that teaches WHOLE WORDS first! When the student has a 50-100 word sight vocabulary and knows most letters, the same method is used to teach WORD FAMILIES.
20 Stories that include the following:
Unit 1: -at "The Mat"
Unit 2: -ag "I Have"
Unit 3: -am "The Hungry Ram"
Unit 4: -an "The Can Ran"
Unit 5: -ap "I Found a Cap"
Unit 6: -it "That is a Hit"
Unit 7: -in "The Bin"
Unit 8: -ip "Simon Says"
Unit 9: -ig "This Pig"
Unit 10: -ot "The Dot"
Unit 11: -op "Pop!"
Unit 12: -og "On My Jog"
Unit 13: -ob "My Job"
Unit 14: -et "It is a Pet"
Unit 15: -en "Here is a Hen"
Unit 16: -ed "Time for Bed"
Unit 17: -ug "The Bug"
Unit 18: -un "Fun"
Unit 19: -ut "See the Hut"
Unit 20: -ub "The Tub"
Do you have students who have been unable to learn how to read despite years of instruction in phonics?
Do you have students who still have not mastered their letter names and/or sounds?
Do you have students who have “given up” on learning how to read?
There is an alternative! A reading method that can teach struggling readers to read in just a few minutes! It’s called…
Match, Select, Name
This literacy method was developed by Patricia Logan Oelwein and has been backed up by years of research. Match, Select, Name builds on the visual skills of students with Down Syndrome, autism, hearing impairment, intellectual disabilities and more.
Students learn to read by visually matching, selecting and naming the WHOLE word. Students do not sound out the individual phonemes. In this way, they can read words with irregular spellings just as easily as decodable words. It reinforces the fact that “words have meaning” and are not just part of an isolated exercise of phonics rules, symbols, and sounds. Within minutes, students have success and join the community of readers.
Phonics is an auditory strategy that is difficult for students who have problems with hearing, language, and short term memory. For these students it is difficult to HEAR, ARTICULATE and REMEMBER the slight differences between sounds. Using Match, Select, Name, students learn words visually as a whole rather than looking at individual letters that they then have to translate into sound and blend.
Do we give up on phonics? NO! But this method gives students a jump start that can provide the spark to becoming a reader. Match, select, name can be taught alongside any traditional reading program. Students often have an increased interest in learning phonics after experiencing success with this method.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
1. Match- Students physically match two of the same word.
2. Select- Student points to the word called.
3. Name- Student independently names the word on the card.
Then...student can successfully reads a story that includes ALL the words learned in match, select, name!
Who Can Teach Match-Select-Name?
Match-Select-Name is a direct, specific, explicitly taught program for one to one teaching. It can be taught by special education teachers, inclusion teachers, speech therapists, tutors, reading teachers, paraprofessionals, parents, family members and more.
Match-Select-Name Instructional Routine for teaching: Print on cardstock, laminate or place in page protectors and attach with a ring for easy access to instructions.
20 Double Sets of Large Font, Uncluttered Flashcards for Match-Select-Name (Print on cardstock, cut, laminate if desired). Helpful hint: Use a different color for each unit/story.
20 Giant Flip and Color Books: One for each word family. Big pages make it easier for small hands to manipulate. Helpful hint: Use a different color for each unit.
20 Cut and Staple Stories: One for each word family. Stories include all the words taught with flashcards. Print extra copies for home and school.
20 Big Block Cut and Paste: Students match pictures to word family words. Large, clear pictures and words.
20 Chunky Word Slides: One for each word family. Large letters and inserts make sliding easy. (Print on cardstock, laminate if desired) Helpful hint: Use a different color for each unit.
20 Highlight, Circle or Dob Sheets: Students discriminate between word families that have different fonts and sizes.
20 Roll and Read Fluency Sentence Sheets: One for each word family. Student rolls the die and reads the sentence next to the number on the die. Helpful hint: Use a different color for each unit/story.
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