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Orton Gillingham Based Structured Literacy Programs


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One or two-day multi-sensory structured literacy workshops for teachers, parents and administrators on how to use the methods and materials in the Morgan Dynamic Phonics and Dynamic Roots programs.

Goals and Objectives: 

  • A complete and thorough explanation and demonstration of the methods and materials of the Dynamic Phonics and/or the Dynamic Roots programs. 
  • To review the history of reading instruction and discuss what we have learned from the latest research in the field. Focus will be on methods that have been proven to work with reading disabled children and adults.
  • To teach methods for the assessment and remediation of phonological awareness deficits in reading disabled students. Participants will learn valuable methods to develop phonological awareness in children and adults. The presenter will discuss the benefits of using structured phonological aware ness training in conjunction with a code emphasis approach to reading and spelling (such as an Orton-Gillingham program) with reading disabled students.
  • Participants will learn important multi-sensory techniques such as skywriting, finger tapping and block spelling. Participants will learn how to do syllable division and syllable types identification in the context of Orton-Gillingham training. The presenter will teach the participants how to use the Block Spelling Method which was developed from the work of the Russian Scientist Elkonin and the finger tapping method of sound blending. These methods help students understand the connection between written and spoken language. The presenter will teach skywriting and table writing and discuss how these multi-sensory techniques can help language disabled students learn necessary written language skills more efficiently.
  • Participants will learn how to use humorous, interactive and meaningful reading text to engage students in the reading process as skills are taught. The author will discuss how the use of humor and movement can facilitate the learning process for reading disabled students. 
  • The instructor will discuss how we can use the same basic methods for teaching a seven-year old with reading problems as we do a seventy year old.
  • The instructor will demonstrate powerful strategies for improving comprehension, vocabulary and reading fluency
  • Participants will learn how to work with root words, prefixes and suffixes, and knowledge of word origins in order to teach higher level reading and vocabulary skills to reading disabled as well as non-reading disabled students. This is another way in which we teach children about the structure and history of the English Language.
  • The presenter will give a detailed description of the methods and materials in the Morgan Dynamic Phonics Language Training System and the Dynamic Roots program if applicable. This will include a complete description of the origins of the programs, their basic philosophy, and how they work. 
  • To report on test results for use of Morgan Dynamic Phonics programs. 

Key aspects of the programs include:

  • Comprehensive Multi-sensory Orton Gillingham adapted reading and spelling programs.
     
  • Developed by an experienced teacher and tested in the classroom.
     
  • One program for use with elementary and mid school students and another for use with high schoolers and adults.
     
  • The use of powerful phonological awareness training techniques in conjunction with the daily reading and spelling lessons.
     
  • The use of humorous, interactive and meaningful reading text to teach reading to students with reading disabilities.
     
  • How these programs are in line with recent research in the field of reading.
     
  • A new program for teaching higher level reading skills through the study of root words, prefixes, suffixes and Latin and Greek word origins.

 


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Updated: January 27, 2020