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Hi, This is one of my "top 10" multisensory resources! Buyers from elementary to high school level, along with ESL and Basic Skills teachers have purchased this fun game activity. Kids think it is fun, but each is learning the different types of
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This is a very useful lesson. This multisensory lesson focuses on open syllables; and can be a follow up lesson after teaching closed syllable type. There is a script to present this lesson; and the script includes a review of closed syllables.
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GREAT NEWS! The first Orton Gillingham Basic¹ Bundle for Classrooms is finally here! 65 + Multisensory OG Based Lessons and More! This PDF document has 516 pages in one efile. It is not a
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Hi, Thank you for taking time to look over this great lesson for student development! This is a great multisensory lesson that is perfect for students developing decoding skills. While students may appear to be strong with decoding, there are
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Excellent lesson using a multisensory approach for students to learn and internalize the spelling generalization "-tch." Page 1: Pictures and word list Page 2: Sentences for students to read. Page 3: Writing Activity for students to practice and
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The Basics of a Paragraph This multisensory lesson is available to support students with writing challenges. Many students, whether classified, or unclassified, struggle with writing. Actually, some students may completely "melt down" when required
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This is a great multisensory focus on the most common syllable type - the closed syllable. This packet was created based on principles of the Orton Gillingham Approach, which includes a multisensory focus to new concept presentation. This
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The Doubling Rule can be challenging to students unless provided with multisensory, explicit multisensory instruction. This lesson includes a multisensory introductory lesson, basic word list, reading fluency development practice, and a word search
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Hi, If you are looking for a fun way to develop closed syllable and the VC/CV word pattern, this is the multisensory lesson for you. Students enjoy this "packet," and develop decoding skills. Take a look at the Preview file for more
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This is a great teaching resource because it uses a multisensory approach to learning basic story elements. There are ten basic story elements included in this unit. Please view the file to see which terms are included. Students love doing this
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Biggest Seller in my "Shop!" This multisensory lesson is designed for students developing a knowledge base for identification of syllable types within one-syllable words. Kids love the activity, many think they are "beating the system" and just
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Do you need word study activities for your students? Are you “maxed out” with time but need to plan short mini-lessons to support students with skill development? Would your students benefit from reviewing previously presented multisensory
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GREAT NEWS! The 2nd Orton Gillingham Basic Bundle for Classroom is Ready for Use in your Classroom! This bundle, styled in a workbook PDF format, provides an organized and structured approach
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This is a great multisensory bundle of lessons based on the principles of Orton Gillingham! Students have numerous opportunities to practice each vowel sound. This multisensory packet includes lesson, and additional word lists, word phrases to help
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This is a multisensory lesson that is based on the principles of Orton Gillingham. Students like this lesson because of the variety of activities. The packet includes: Page 1 - Title page Page 2 - Informational page Page 3 - Script for lesson Page
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This lesson includes the following: Multisensory Introductory Lesson Phonemic Awareness Activity Word List 1 Word List 2 Phrase Fluency Practice Phrases Writing Activity FSZL Sentences Working Memory Development Word Search – Optional Activity
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This is a student lesson based on the principles of Orton Gillingham which includes a multisensory approach. Students address reading, writing and structural analysis skills building through development of the "consonant le" syllable type," The
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This multisensory study guide was revised on August 11, 2016. The study guide model is for a middle school/ high school student/class but can be modified for all grade levels, and content areas. If a student, or your child, has the IEP
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If you are looking for a great multisensory bundle of lessons that focus on the ending consonant blends, then this is perfect! Not only are there six different ending blends, but there are additional words lists for reading fluency practice.
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This is a great game to play to support students with sight words that include the letters O U G H. PLEASE NOTE: All ways of saying the ough are intermingled, not separated This is not a lesson on different sounds made by OUGH. There are different
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

29 + years teacher public schools - mainstream and special education needs; adjunct faculty at Fairleigh Dickinson University - Dyslexia program; private practice using the Orton Gillingham (OG) multisensory approach to support all aspects of reading, writing, study skills for individuals ranging from kindergarten through post graduate settings with learning disabilities

MY TEACHING STYLE

My personal approach to helping students is to first develop a safe environment so each student can relax and let down the "wall of protection" from feeling inadequate or inferior to others. Once a student can focus and feel more at ease, then the fun begins! My approach includes a variety of techniques including a multisensory approach, while simultaneously engaging in a high energy manner so students begin to learn and understand they all have gifts to share with others. While students develop a stronger self-confidence, each student begins to understand the role "brain connections" have on one's ability to learn. Slowly, students begin to understand and learn, ending with each student developing deeper, more meaningful connections to what they know, and what they are learning. All of this occurs every single day in class. The best is when students identify what works and does not work for them, through shared reflections. How great it is when students begin to truly share their thoughts, and are supported by classmates. Each day, each of my students leaves the classroom sharing what they liked or did not like about the class lessons. Guess what, overtime, each student begins to realize they are intelligent and they are leaning. Most importantly each student internalized they are SUCCESSFUL! When kids are excited in class over something they have learned or experienced, they are encouraged (at appropriate times) to call out A W E S O M E! How can one not love working with kids - they bring so much joy every day! And one final comment, I always tell my students, once you are my student, you are always my student! They all know I am serious, and based on the many "former" students who stop by to visit, my active students believe and do more! And yes, each student who visits is a success story, and have great gifts they use in their lives and careers! Thanks for taking time to read! Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Teacher of the Year Award 2016-2017 - Holmdel Board of Education, New Jersey; Teacher Innovator Award 2011 - International Multisensory Language Education Council (IMSLEC); Teacher of the Year 2009-2010 Holmdel Board of Education, NJ

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Orton Gillingham Teacher Trainer: IMSLEC certified - Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ; Dyslexia Specialist certification - Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, NJ; Master of Art in Administration and Supervision - University of Phoenix (online); Master of Science in Special Education - The College of Staten Island, Staten Island, NY

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

It has been my goal since I first began to teach, to work with students from kindergarten through graduate level dealing with learning differences. Life is full of surprises! My professional path has made many turns and twists and where I am today, was not in the plan. Thank goodness for me, God knew what I was destined to be! My teaching career is now dedicated to learning and continually upgrading my knowledge of learning disabilities and research based strategies and methodologies to support every student in my path, or should I say standing in front of me on my path! Students struggling to read in my class pushed me to learn more about strategies to support their reading skills development,which eventually landed me in the field of dyslexia and language based disorders. I started to make my own materials for students when one of my students went crazy over a story I had written that was all about her, and on her reading level. I will never forget one of my students, Marissa, calling out, "Cool, a book all about me!" At that time, Marissa was in the 8th grade and DESPISED reading. I knew I had hit "pay dirt!" Since that day, I have created most of my own multisensory materials. I attend national conferences every year to stay up-to-date on research; and I use the research to create age appropriate looking materials, so older students are not demoralized by the "baby" materials, as they "call" much of the commercially prepared materials. My goal as a special education teacher is to individualize student work to the best of my ability. So that is a bit more about me and my drive to help students... I am a member of the following professional organizations: International Multisensory Educational Council International Dyslexia Association Council for Exceptional Children British Dyslexia Association Thanks for taking time to read my bio. Email me if you have any questions, or would like to comment... Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin ekennyfoggin@gmail.com

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