Know the Code:  40 Do Now Activities The Orton Gillingham Way- Book Two
Buyers have asked for this multisensory resource to be published sooner than had been planned!

Do you need word study activities for your students that support Orton Gillingham Programs?

Are you a student OG teacher looking for ideas, word lists, and more for the lessons you need to plan for your clinic setting? If you are a teacher that is from Fairleigh Dickinson University (IMSLEC), this resource includes many of the skills from upper level scope and sequence.

Are you “maxed out” with time but need to plan short mini-lessons to support students with skill development?

Would your students benefit from reviewing previously presented multisensory lessons?

Do you want to use multisensory activities that are research based, and provide review and skill development.

Most of the Do Now Activities included in this resource include more then one page of practice opportunities.

Each Do Now Activity builds on previously presented skills. If you have already purchased Book 1 Do Now Activities, this is the next in the series.

For individuals who would like a "background basics of most skills included in the resource, there is information provided with visual examples of activities. Be sure to review the preview resource that provides samples of most of the activities. Due to constraints of the amount of material that can be included in the preview file, I am unable to share all pages. But, there are many samples of multisensory activities available to review prior to purchasing.

Areas of focus:

Reading Fluency
Word Comprehension
Morphological Awareness
Latin and Greek Connectives
Reading strategies
Writing Development
Identification of a word's accent on syllables
Word syllabication patterns for VC/V and V/CV

Cognitive areas including memory, processing speed, auditory and visual skill development are additional skills embedded in skills presented.

This multisensory resource is based on the Orton Gillingham methodology, including explicit, repetitive and reflective of quick feedback to support internalization of concepts.

Thank you.
Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin
M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)

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