Orton-Gillingham Approach to Sound Dictation

In each Orton-Gillingham lesson, students are required to write 10 sounds that are dictated to them by the teacher. These include the new skill they are learning and also all concepts that they have already mastered. More information on the PRIDE Reading Program at pridereadingprogram.com

Orton-Gillingham Approach to Word Dictation

In each Orton-Gillingham lesson, students are required to write 10 words that are dictated to them by the teacher. These include the new skill they are learning and also all concepts that they have already mastered. More information on the PRIDE Reading Program at pridereadingprogram.com

Orton-Gillingham Approach to Sentence DIctation

In each Orton-Gillingham lesson, students are required to write 2-3 sentences that are dictated to them by the teacher. These include the new skill they are learning and also all concepts that they have already mastered. I make it really easy here for the kids to recall the sentences by helping them through the memorization process by putting dashes on a whiteboard first for each word in the sentence. More information on the PRIDE Reading Program at https://www.pridereadingprogram.com

Phonological Awareness Activity #2

My students love doing phonemic awareness activities. For kids with dyslexia, auditory processing or speech deficits – this is so important in helping them read. In this lesson the student looks at a word, and I ask her to break the words apart, move sound around, rhyme and think about the phonemes in isolation. More information on the PRIDE Reading Program at https://www.pridereadingprogram.com

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