Unveiling the Power of Online Teaching for Kids with Dyslexia and Debunking Some Myths!

Unveiling the Power of Online Teaching for Kids with Dyslexia and Debunking Some Myths!

A guest blog by Michelle Breitenbach, Read to Rewire, LLC Hey there, outstanding educators! Today, we’re diving into online teaching and discovering itsincredible benefits and opportunities for therapists and students. So, grab a cup of your favoritebeverage, get cozy, and explore the top five reasons why we should embrace online teachingand embark on an exciting…

Orton Gillingham Lesson-Part 2
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Orton Gillingham Lesson-Part 2

In the first part of an Orton Gillingham lesson we practice phonemic awareness, blending, and letter-sound correspondence. After that, it is crucial that students review and reinforce previously learned skills. The student must also learn new information and practice this new skill in their reading and writing. Concepts taught and reviewed cover ALL strands of reading…

Decodable Books- What are they and why should we use them?
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Decodable Books- What are they and why should we use them?

The debate is over. Reading words by attending to all of the letter-sound correspondences is how our brain learns to read efficiently. This is not new science, nor is it a pendulum. This is over 40 years of research. The science tells us that students need to focus on the letter-sound correspondences (word reading) to…