3 Credit Hours
DISCOVER ORTON GILLINGHAM BASED STRATEGIES FOR DECODING AND LITERACY
About the course:
This course provides a framework for applying core strategies from Orton Gillingham to reading and decoding instruction for struggling readers.
After completing this course:
Participants will be able to
Define and differentiate between Phonemes, Graphemes, Syllables, Syllable Types
Teach a student to effectively decode a multisyllabic word
Explain how morphology supports decoding, encoding, vocabulary, and comprehension
(90 minutes) Video 1: Understanding the science of reading and phonemes, graphemes, syllables, syllable Types,
(90 minutes) Video 2: Decoding multisyllabic words with accuracy and understanding morphology
Teachers, special educators, tutors, and parents.
Intermediate Level: Assumes some participant familiarity with teaching and reading instruction.
Video and slides.
About Jennie Creason
Former 2nd and 3rd grade teacher in both public & private schools ● Former Literacy Facilitator for a local non-profit ● Orton-Gillingham instructor/dyslexia specialist ● Masters of Education in Literacy ● Owner of Open Mind Literacy, Inc. & Carolina Orton-Gillingham ● Certified Dyslexia Practitioner ● Former Board Member for the NC International Dyslexia Association ● Co-Author of Ready Reader Decodables ● Determined to spread Structured Literacy like wildfire
Course Completion Requirements:
3 Clock Hours, 3 CTLEs (NYSED)
Satisfactory completion of the course and the earning of credit is based on attending the entire video.
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Please indicate any special needs you may have at least 14 days prior to the event by calling or email us. We will try our best to accommodate your needs. This course is applicable to SLPs, SLP assistants, special educators, and teachers.
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