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The Orton-Gillingham language program has long been used to instruct children and adults with dyslexia and other learning difficulties. Using visual, auditory, and kinesthetic associations, this phonetics-based guide covers reading and spelling, dictionary use, vowels, consonants, digraphs, diphthongs, word structure, handwriting, and more. Includes an appendix with evaluation tools, lesson plans, and suggested reading; a glossary; and an index.
This simple, yet thorough, guide to teaching phonics provides parents and teachers with the reasons why phonetic skills are important to learn, how such concepts should be taught, and lists of organized phonics arranged by lesson. 88 pages, paperback. Spiral-binding. Evolution is mentioned while explaining the history of speech development.
Gillingham Phonics Drill Cards (8th Edition, without pictures)Anna Gillingham, Bessie W. StillmanEducators Publishing Service / Other$34.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Color-coded, this set of "Phonics Drill Cards for Reading and Spelling" was designed to accompany the Gillingham Manual approach to reading and spelling.
White, yellow, and coral colored cards are intended to impress associations with vowel sounds, presenting a visual stimulus that calls for an oral response. Teachers show the front of the card, which presents either a vowel phonogram (coral cards), consonant phonogram (white cards), or Spelling symbolic representation of a sound (yellow cards). Some blank cards are included. Revised 8th Edition.
The Language Tool Kit teaches reading and spelling to students with specific language disability. Based on Orton-Gillingham principles, it is designed for use by a teacher or a parent. This set contains 163 cards (4" x 6") in a white cardboard box along with the 32 page manual. One group of cards has spelling units printed in large type on one side, with the common and rarer sound equivalents on the reverse side in small type. Key words and spelling patterns are also listed. The salmon-colored cards are for the teacher's reference, and the yellow cards are for extra practice with consonant blends. Grades K-5.
Based on Orton-Gillingham principles, this set of advanced language tool kit cards is designed to help students with language disabilities. 163 cards (4" x 6") provide an overview of the structure, organization, and sound units that students need to master before moving on to more advanced reading and spelling skills.
This set features three white card packs delineated by their structure (angled edge patterns) for easy sorting. Sets cover prefixes, suffixes, and roots (stem/base words), and are designed for the teacher to use with the student during drill work. Affix cards feature the affix on the front of the card, with spelling(s), pronunciations in recommended teaching order, and finally the sound unit on the back. Root cards feature the root on the front, and the spelling(s), pronunciation(s), and sound unit on the reverse.
Please note that the manual accompanying these cards is not included in this set; this is only the white cards.
Designed to accompany A Guide to Teaching Phonics by June Lyday Orton, this set of phonics cards reinforces the multisensory Orton-Gillingham approach to phonics. 100 Common phonograms are included for teaching the "language code" units and sequences for reading, writing, and spelling. The six primary groupings include:
Instructions are included only in the sold-separately guide book, and it is recommended that teachers and students have their own sets of cards. Cards come in a clear, plastic box.
This case contains 610 cards for use with any Orton-Gillingham based approach to reading instruction. The cards are divided into 43 groups of phonic sounds. Single words and detached syllables are used to exemplify the important patterns and generalizations found in reading and spelling. The cards can be used for decoding practice, to introduce spelling rules and generalizations, or for dictation. They are organized sequentially beginning with CVC words and moving on to spelling generalizations, syllabication, and word structure. One case per student is recommended.
Part of the The Gillingham Manual, 8th Edition curriculum, and also used in the EPS Recipe for Reading program, this set of 132 color-coded cards will reinforce your students decoding and vocabulary skills. A prefix, root, or suffix is shown on one side of the card and defined on the back. Green cards show Anglo-Saxon prefixes & suffixes; orange shows Latin prefixes, roots and suffixes; and blue cards show Greek word elements. 132 cards.
This Little Stories set features small booklets of phonetically controlled short stories. The stories follow the Orton-Gillingham sequence and can be used to reinforce the O-G method.
There are 7 booklets, each labeled with a group number: