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Hello! My name is Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin. My background is in special education -28 years! My great joy is working with people with dyslexic profiles and language based disorders. I have a private practice and work in a public school, working with students - Pre-K through post graduate. Recently selected as Teacher of the Year 2016-17 at the high school where I work. It is an honor to receive this award for the second time! Thanks ekennyfoggin@gmail.com
Know the Code: Compound Words
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Know the Code: Compound Words

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Are you looking for a multisensory based lesson to support student learning of compound words beyond the basics? Did you know there are three types of compound words; or that usually the first word in a compound word is the one that is accented or stressed? Students that have difficulty learning to read compound words need to know the nuances. For example, did you know the three types of compound words are closed compound, open compound and hyphenated compound words. For students with dyslexia or other language based challenges, this type of information may be the final pieces to understanding and internalizing compound words. This lesson is really one for any grade level above 2nd grade. If a student has missed learning opportunities due to environmental, medical or emotional challenges, the skill can be presented. Please select only the activities relevant to their skill needs. Overall, this Orton Gillingham Based resource includes a multitude of skills development : Writing development and strategies Working and long-term memory development Visual memory Word retrieval Processing speed Accent - were does the accent belong? Three types of compound words Vocabulary Reading comprehension Reading fluency Controlled Reading to develop compound word identification and fluency It is my sincerest hope that this multisensory resource based on the principles of Orton Gillingham benefit you and the student/child who needs the support. Please email me at ekennyfoggin@gmail if you have any questions. Thank you. Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)
Know the Code: Trace, Circle, Say, then Play - Consonant "B" Free Resource
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Know the Code: Trace, Circle, Say, then Play - Consonant "B" Free Resource

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Free Resource FOLLOW ME AND MULTISENSORY RESOURCES SOLD IN MY SHOP! How? Click on my user name - ekennyfoggin listed above - click on the word "Profile." Then, go underneath the light blue rectangle, click on the picture in black and white of "people" - you are now one of my followers! Would you like to see a sample of my multisensory resources? This is a specific resource designed using the principles of Orton Gillingham, using multisensory strategies and based on current research to support young students develop a variety of skills to develop reading, writing and of course, handwriting skills. Teachers find the additional supplemental activities very helpful form students when differentiating instruction. Parents love this multisensory packet and have purchased other consonant letters available to support letter-sound correspondence, phonemic awareness activities and handwriting development. Both teachers and parents/guardians have identified the use of the kinesthetic sense to be very supportive for their child(ren)'s developmental levels and individualized needs. Please contact me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com for any questions or to clarify. Thank you. Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)
Know the Code: Suffix -less
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Know the Code: Suffix -less

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Consider becoming a follower of my "Shop!" The resources include materials for all ages groups, ability levels, and specific academic concepts. Many of the resources provide basic information so adults working with students, or parents supporting their child, have background information that is useful when teaching. This PDF document has over 10 pages of information, activities that include: Memory development Vocabulary development Reading comprehension development Decoding Encoding Parts of speech Graphic organizers Application activities If you have questions, please email me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com Thank you. Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) Writing development Processing speed Key terms: English; spelling; language arts; decoding; encoding; dyslexia; gifted and talented; memory development; working memory; long term memory; word retrieval; Turner's Syndrome; morphology; vocabulary; reading comprehension; Orton Gillingham instruction; multisensory education; IMSLEC; OG; OG tutors; tutoring
Orton Gillingham Spelling Series: Level D
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Orton Gillingham Spelling Series: Level D

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This is a NO PREP - just copy and Go! zipped PDF multisensory spelling resource with complete lessons: short vowels; beginning blends; ending blends; spelling rules: -ck and Fszl Rules; sight words; spelling strategies; writing opportunities; and basic information regarding spelling research. There are two files available, one with color throughout the resource; and the other with reduced color pages, to save ink. However, the pictures that are part of the presentation of lessons are still included in color. It has been my experience that students prefer colored pictures and react better to understanding concepts, so the pictures that are part of the main lesson are still in color. Please review both files before deciding what you want to print. This is the fourth of a eight-series spelling program. A new Level of this spelling series will be introduced each two months until there are a total of eight resources! So please come by to visit again. Each skill builds upon the previous lessons, a must for lessons to be considered Orton Gillingham based. Thank you. Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) Key Terms: OG; Orton; Orton-Gillingham; Orton Gillingham; dyslexia; liz kenny; elizabeth kenny; OG bundles; Turner Syndrome; spelling workbook; OG spelling workbook; decoding; encoding; writing; reading strategies; lower grades; phonograms; vowels; syllable types; useful for wilson reading teachers; word sorts; word study; IMSLEC; OG-TT; OG-T; OG-Th
Know the Code: Spelling Generalization - "tch"
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Know the Code: Spelling Generalization - "tch"

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This multisensory PDF formatted lesson focuses on the spelling generalization where the letters are added to one syllable words ending in "ch." When there is a word ending in "ch" but does not have a consonant letter before it, the letter "t" is added. However, the sound of the "t" is silent. This lesson uses a multisensory approach, repetition, review, sequential focus on skill building for optimum student development, practice using multisensory strategies and techniques. Teacher introduction, discussion and modeling, followed by student application of skills is strongly recommended. Cordially, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) ekennyfoggin@gmail.com Key terms: Orton Gillingham, workbook style, workbook format, workbook, multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, strategies; parent information; answer keys; consonants, consonant blends, consonant digraphs; vowel consonant e and Magic e; vowel teams, short vowels, long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; consonant -le; vowel diphthong; oral language; receptive language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; gifted and talented; homework; fun; games; individual lessons; small group lessons; differentiated instruction; speech; speech therapy; Elizabeth Kenny, Elizabeth Foggin, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny Foggin; Donna Salimando; Eileen Riozzi, spelling generalizations, spelling rules, posters, vowel posters, spelling posters, parts of speech, reading fluency, reading fluency practice, vocabulary; reading comprehension, clip art, table of contents; OG; schwa; processing speed; sentence structure; punctuation; grammar; syntax; sight words; red words; administrator; administrators; staff development; staff training; staff support; reading research guide; OG tutor; OG tutoring; tutor; og lessons; OG lessons; help in reading; reading help; parent help in reading; parent resource; writing; writing support; writing strategies; reading strategies; student reading support, professional development; staff training, staff development
Know the Code: Prefix re-
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Know the Code: Prefix re-

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Free resource! Become a follower of my shop by clicking on Profile, then clicking on the icon of "cartoon people." Then, you can stay "in the loop" when free resources are added or multisensory lessons for purchase. This free multisensory resource provides an overview of my style of resource presentation. Since I have been fortunate to teach every grade from preschool through graduate school, there is a variety of multisensory resources available. Included in this free resource: Vocabulary development Comprehension Reading fluency Decoding Prefix meaning, origin and more... Please take the time to rate this free resource, that would be so appreciated! Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) ekennyfoggin@gmail.com
Know the Code:  Diphthong - ui
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Know the Code: Diphthong - ui

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Vowel Diphthong This is a multisensory lesson for students developing reading and writing skills. This multisensory lesson is a 12 page PDF document with an answer key. Please preview before purchasing to ensure it meets your students' needs. A multisensory approach to phonogram development through the use of multisensory Orton Gillingham principles incorporated to support student skill development necessary to become independent readers and writers. Techniques provide student with opportunities to engage numerous brain pathways to develop phonograms. The packet includes: visual, word list, controlled reading, and writing activities to support skill development, word and sentence development. Thank you. Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) Key terms: Orton Gillingham, workbook style, workbook format, workbook, Orton Gillingham Tutor; Orton-Gillingham Tutor; orton-gillingham; Latin, Greek; Dyslexia; dyslexia; multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, reading and writing strategies; resource guide; parent information; teacher support; answer keys; consonants, consonant blends, consonant digraphs; vowel consonant e and Magic e; vowel teams, short vowels, long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; consonant -le; vowel diphthong; oral language; receptive language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; gifted & talented; homework; fun stuff; games; individual lessons; small group lessons; class; speech; speech therapy; concentration game; Elizabeth Kenny, Elizabeth Foggin, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny Foggin; Donna Salimando; Eileen Riozzi, collaboration, website resources, spelling generalizations, spelling rules, posters, graphic organizers; vowel posters, spelling posters, parts of speech, reading fluency, reading fluency practice, vocabulary, vocabulary development; reading comprehension, clip art, table of contents; OG; schwa; processing speed; sentence structure; punctuation; grammar; syntax; sight words; red words; administrator; administrators; staff development; staff training; staff support; classroom support; parent support; teacher support; additional resources; reading resource; reading resources; resource guide; reading research guide; OG tutor; OG tutoring; tutor; og lessons; OG lessons; help in reading; reading help; parent help in reading; parent resource guide for reading; writing; writing support; writing strategies; reading strategies; professional development; ; school district; high school; elementary school; preschool; staff training, staff development; administrator; administrators; special education; special ed.
Know the Code: Schwa the Americana Way!
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Know the Code: Schwa the Americana Way!

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FOLLOW ME AND MULTISENSORY RESOURCES SOLD IN MY SHOP! How? Click on my user name - ekennyfoggin above - then click on the word "Profile." Finally, click on the picture in black and white of "people" under the blue rectangle - you are now one of my followers! Like the multisensory resources offered, but not ready to purchase today? Then, at the end of this description, click on "Add to Favorites," next to the heart icon. Then, you can easily locate the resource when yo This bundle, styled in a workbook PDF format, provides an organized and structured approach to the concepts Schwa through the use of the concept "Americana." Teachers/parents select appropriate materials in the based on student needs, using multisensory strategies and tools. A multisensory approach includes using two or more senses - visual, auditory, kinesthetic and tactile, to deepen a learning connection. Additional skill focus in this multisensory lesson: Schwa Americana Paragraph development Decoding Vocabulary Comprehension Writing Processing speed Working memory Long Term Memory Word Retrieval Sentence structure Syntax Parts of Speech Thank you. Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) Key terms: Orton Gillingham, workbook style, workbook format, workbook, Orton Gillingham Tutor; Orton-Gillingham Tutor; orton-gillingham; Dyslexia; dyslexia; multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, reading and writing strategies; consonants, , consonant digraphs; vowel teams, short vowels, long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; oral language; receptive language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; homework; games; ; class; speech; speech therapy Elizabeth Kenny; OG; schwa; sentence structure; punctuation; grammar; syntax; sight words; administrator; administrators; staff development; staff training; staff support; classroom support; parent support; teacher support; ; reading resource; reading resources; OG tutor; OG tutoring; tutor; og lessons; OG lessons;Turner Syndrome.
Know the Code: Short Vowels
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Know the Code: Short Vowels

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Thank you for previewing this multisensory lesson in PDF format. Student activities are included to support student memory, for eventual automatic and immediate recall of short vowels, through the use of visual cues and multisensory activities. Do you have students who require a great deal of one-to-one teaching time due to limited reading skills? Well this is a great packet to use to support student development of short vowels. This multisensory lesson is based on the principles and research of The Orton Gillingham approach, a multisensory, explicit, sequential, and cumulative approach, which incorporates repeated and continual review of skills. Short vowels for many students can be problematic, and require continual review and reinforcement. The multisensory lessons including cue cards of each short vowel, book marks for student in keep in a folder to quick reference, and multisensory activities that can be used in a class setting, independently, small group, or whole class are included. Well this is a great learning tool to support students learning after initial presentation, and directions, with less teacher directed time. There is a great opportunity for students to also increase memory and recall, while becoming more independent! Cordially, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) ekennyfoggin@gmail.com Key terms: Orton Gillingham, workbook style, workbook format, workbook, multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, strategies; parent information; answer keys; consonants, consonant blends, consonant digraphs; vowel consonant e and Magic e; vowel teams, short vowels, long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; consonant -le; vowel diphthong; oral language; receptive language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; gifted and talented; homework; fun; games; individual lessons; small group lessons; differentiated instruction; speech; speech therapy; Elizabeth Kenny, Elizabeth Foggin, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny Foggin; Donna Salimando; Eileen Riozzi, spelling generalizations, spelling rules, posters, vowel posters, spelling posters, parts of speech, reading fluency, reading fluency practice, vocabulary; reading comprehension, clip art, table of contents; OG; schwa; processing speed; sentence structure; punctuation; grammar; syntax; sight words; red words; administrator; administrators; staff development; staff training; staff support; reading research guide; OG tutor; OG tutoring; tutor; og lessons; OG lessons; help in reading; reading help; parent help in reading; parent resource; writing; writing support; writing strategies; reading strategies; student reading support, professional development; staff training, staff development 
Know the Code : Syllable Types Game
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Know the Code : Syllable Types Game

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This 27 page PDF file highlights numerous skill building activities to continue to support student understanding of the seven syllable types. There are many pictures (color) that are used in the game that are also helpful in oral language development. Students in kindergarten through higher grades benefit from the numerous activities included in this multisensory and prescriptive approach to the syllable types. This entire packet is designed and developed using the Orton Gillingham approach to teaching. The Orton Gillingham Approach is based on a multisensory, explicit, cumulative approach - provides application and over-learning, along with continual review of previously presented skills. Students love to play the game, and do not realize each time the game is played, learning is occurring! This activity can be played with a partner, or small group. Many teachers have shared their "students" love the game, and it is a great "go to" activity when there is a change in plans. If you require further support, please email me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com Cordially, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) Key terms: Orton Gillingham, workbook style, workbook format, workbook, multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, strategies; parent information; answer keys; consonants, consonant blends, consonant digraphs; vowel consonant e and Magic e; vowel teams, short vowels, long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; consonant -le; vowel diphthong; oral language; receptive language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; gifted and talented; homework; fun; games; individual lessons; small group lessons; differentiated instruction; speech; speech therapy; Elizabeth Kenny, Elizabeth Foggin, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny Foggin; Donna Salimando; Eileen Riozzi, spelling generalizations, spelling rules, posters, vowel posters, spelling posters, parts of speech, reading fluency, reading fluency practice, vocabulary; reading comprehension, clip art, table of contents; OG; schwa; processing speed; sentence structure; punctuation; grammar; syntax; sight words; red words; administrator; administrators; staff development; staff training; staff support; reading research guide; OG tutor; OG tutoring; tutor; og lessons; OG lessons; help in reading; reading help; parent help in reading; parent resource; writing; writing support; writing strategies; reading strategies; student reading support, professional development; staff training, staff development
Know the Code: Vowel Diphthong - oo
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Know the Code: Vowel Diphthong - oo

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This is a complete lesson designed to help students learn and internalize the "oo" as in cool, using a multisensory approach, along with explicit and repeated opportunities to develop skill. The lesson includes: Page 1- Title page Page 2 - Introductory lesson of "oo" using a a multisensory approach. Page 3 Word List Page 4 Controlled sentences to develop fluency. Page 5- Writing Activity Page 6 -A story - Crazy Words. Page 7 - Phrases Page 8 - Writing Activity to support sentence development and "oo." Page 9 -Optional - Word Search with answer key Hope your student enjoys this direct and explicit lesson! If you have questions, please contact me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com. Thank you for taking time to preview this lesson. Cordially, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin Key terms: Orton Gillingham, workbook style, workbook format, workbook, multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, reading and writing strategies; resource guide; parent information; teacher support; answer keys; consonants, consonant blends, consonant digraphs; vowel consonant e and Magic e; vowel teams, short vowels, long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; consonant -le; vowel diphthong; oral language; receptive language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; gifted & gifted and talented; homework; fun stuff; games; individual lessons; small group lessons; class; speech; speech therapy; concentration game; Elizabeth Kenny, Elizabeth Foggin, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny Foggin; Donna Salimando; Eileen Riozzi, collaboration, website resources, spelling generalizations, spelling rules, posters, vowel posters, spelling posters, parts of speech, reading fluency, reading fluency practice, vocabulary, vocabulary development; reading comprehension, clip art, table of contents; OG; schwa; processing speed; sentence structure; punctuation; grammar; syntax; sight words; red words; administrator; administrators; staff development; staff training; staff support; classroom support; parent support; teacher support; additional resources; reading resource; reading resources; resource guide; reading research guide; OG tutor; OG tutoring; tutor; og lessons; OG lessons; help in reading; reading help; parent help in reading; parent resource guide for reading; writing; writing support; writing strategies; reading strategies; student reading support, school district; high school; elementary school; preschool; staff training, staff development; administrator; administrators; special education; special ed; sped; first grade;
Know the Code: Orton Gillingham Classroom #1 Bundle: Over 65 + Multisensory Lessons!
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Know the Code: Orton Gillingham Classroom #1 Bundle: Over 65 + Multisensory Lessons!

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Become a "follower" of my multisensory shop. How? Just click on my user name, then go to the word "Profile" and click on that word. Then, go under the light blue rectangle, click on the picture in black and you will become one of my followers! Looking for a resource based on a multisensory approach that is systematic, sequential, and explicit methods for internalization, beyond the method of “memorization?” Each multisensory lesson is based on the principles of Orton Gillingham using multisensory strategies. Lessons dedicated specifically to phonograms, blends, vowel sounds, digraphs, are formatted so students become comfortable and quicker with each lesson. Expectations are often the same, reducing the mental effort and energy taken to make sense of lesson expectations. Additionally, there are numerous graphic organizers included to support student writing, reading, and study habits. Numerous pictures are included to develop oral language skills, which in turn, support vocabulary development. Students who struggle to read and write, experience a significant decline in vocabulary, which then begins a “snowball effect,” - students fall further behind, challenged to the point where these students become academically behind by months and years, compared to their peer group. Sight words are included in this resource and specific directions are included to support a multisensory presentation to teach sight words, also called “red” words. Other reading skills developed include: Decoding Encoding Reading fluency Word comprehension Sentence comprehension Paragraph comprehension Section / Chapter discourse Writing skills Sentence structure Syntax (rules of grammar) Application activities are provided to support the internalization and comprehension of concepts: Cognitive skills are also refined and developed - see below: Working memory Word Retrieval Long-term memory Processing Please check the Table of Contents for specific lessons. If you have questions or would like clarification, please email me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com . Become a "follower" of my multisensory shop. How? Just click on my user name, then go to the word "Profile" and click on that word. Then, go under the light blue rectangle, click on the picture in black and you will become one of my followers! Thank you. Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) Key Words: Orton Gillingham; OG; Turner Syndrome; Basic skills; English Language Learners; ELL; ESL; Mega vocabulary; Reading comprehension; reading fluency; decoding; prefixes, suffixes, roots; Schwa; No Prep; Tutor; OG Tutor; Language Arts; Special Education; Parent Supports; Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny
Know the Code:  Spelling Generalization - Words ending with V, S, Z
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Know the Code: Spelling Generalization - Words ending with V, S, Z

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Excellent lesson using a multisensory approach for students to learn and internalize the spelling generalization "add "e" to one-syllable words ending in s, v, and z." There are a variety of activities to select from, based on student skill needs. See below for the "Table of Contents:" Page 1/2: Title page and information Page 3: Spelling Generalization and words for oral reading Page 4: Write the rule in a multisensory way Page 5: Controlled Reading Activity Page 6: Reading passage focused on spelling generalization (add e to a one-syllable word when the word ends in s, v, and z. Page 7: 4 by 6 Square Connect. This activity supports working and long term memory; and processing speed development Page 8: Write sentences using words created from the 4 by 6 Square Connect Page 9: Word Search (optional) Page 10- Phonemic Awareness Page 11: Answer Key This lesson focuses on a multisensory approach, repetition, review, sequential focus on skill building for optimum student development, practice using multisensory strategies and techniques. This lesson requires teacher introduction, discussion and modeling, followed by student independent or partner development. Cordially, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) ekennyfoggin@gmail.com Key terms: Orton Gillingham, workbook style, workbook format, workbook, multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, strategies; parent information; answer keys; consonants, consonant blends, consonant digraphs; vowel consonant e and Magic e; vowel teams, short vowels, long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; consonant -le; vowel diphthong; oral language; receptive language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; gifted and talented; homework; fun; games; individual lessons; small group lessons; differentiated instruction; speech; speech therapy; Elizabeth Kenny, Elizabeth Foggin, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny Foggin; Donna Salimando; Eileen Riozzi, spelling generalizations, spelling rules, posters, vowel posters, spelling posters, parts of speech, reading fluency, reading fluency practice, vocabulary; reading comprehension, clip art, table of contents; OG; schwa; processing speed; sentence structure; punctuation; grammar; syntax; sight words; red words; administrator; administrators; staff development; staff training; staff support; reading research guide; OG tutor; OG tutoring; tutor; og lessons; OG lessons; help in reading; reading help; parent help in reading; parent resource; writing; writing support; writing strategies; reading strategies; student reading support, professional development; staff training, staff development
Know the Code:  Silent Letter Combinations & Compound Sentences
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FOLLOW ME AND MULTISENSORY RESOURCES SOLD IN MY SHOP! How? Click on my user name - ekennyfoggin above - then click on the word "Profile." Finally, click on the picture in black and white of people in a group- under the blue rectangle . This bundle, styled in a workbook PDF format, provides an organized and structured approach to learning silent letter combinations, conjunctions. The use of a multisensory approach helps students internalize the skills presented, going beyond "memorization" which typically fades away. Students must be actively engaged in the learning process, not passive learners! An overview of some of the multisensory lessons includes: silent-letter combinations; conjunctions; compound sentences; reading fluency practice; phrase and sentence development; and optional application activities: word finds and scrambled words. Application activities include word finds and scrambled words. However, these activities are not for everyone since cognitive skills may be weak. Therefore, prior to purchasing, please check the preview file to ensure you are comfortable with content of the bundle. Additional skill focus in this multisensory lesson: Decoding Vocabulary Reading fluency Comprehension Writing Processing speed Working memory Long term memory Word Retrieval Sentence structure Syntax Parts of Speech Compound sentences Conjunctions These lessons place a great deal of focus on the multisensory approach, repetition, review, on skill building for optimum student development, practice using multisensory strategies and techniques. It is important each student has time and opportunities to process skills for eventual automaticity. Kindly refrain from sharing lessons since copying or sharing efiles is stealing. Please encourage colleagues, if interested, to purchase their own efile of this bundle. Is your school district interested in ordering more copies? Please contact me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com Cordially, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M.A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) Key Words: Orton Gillingham; OG; Turner Syndrome; Basic skills; English Language Learners; ELL; ESL; Mega vocabulary; Reading comprehension; reading fluency; decoding; prefixes, suffixes, roots; Schwa; No Prep; Tutor; OG Tutor; Language Arts; Special Education; Parent Supports;IMSLEC; Language; Science, Math, Social Studies; Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny
Know the Code: Prefix "bio-"
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Know the Code: Prefix "bio-"

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This multisensory lesson based on the principles of Orton Gillingham provides a variety of opportunities for students learn the meaning of the root "bio." This packet provides students with a science focus on biomes, which for many students, is a big interest. Students in the middle and high school can access the Youtube website to further their concept development. This multisensory packet includes: Page 1/2 - Title and informational page Page 3 - Introductory multisensory lesson Page 4 - Word List Page 5 - Controlled reading Page 6 - Graphic Organizer - K-W-L Pages 7/8 - Reading passage - The Five Major Biomes Page 9 - Optional Activity- Word Search. Please only offer this to students as an optional activity. Why? This activity is one where a student either loves to do word searches, or dislike greatly. Those who do not like word searches may have difficulties with memory, processing, or visualization skills. Page 10- Answer Key If you require further support, please email me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com Cordially, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) Key terms: Orton Gillingham, Orton Gillingham Tutor; Orton-Gillingham Tutor; orton-gillingham; Latin, Greek; Dyslexia; multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, reading ,writing strategies; consonants, consonant blends, consonant digraphs; vowel consonant e and Magic e; vowel teams, short vowels, long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; consonant -le; vowel diphthong; oral language; receptive language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; gifted & talented; homework; fun stuff; games; individual lessons; small group lessons; class; speech; speech therapy; concentration game; Elizabeth Kenny, Elizabeth Foggin, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny Foggin; Donna Salimando; Eileen Riozzi, collaboration, website resources, spelling generalizations, spelling rules, posters, graphic organizers; vowel posters, spelling posters, parts of speech, reading fluency, reading fluency practice, vocabulary, vocabulary development; reading comprehension, clip art, table of contents; OG; schwa; processing speed; sentence structure; punctuation; grammar; syntax; sight words; red words; administrator; administrators; staff development; staff training; staff support; classroom support; parent support; teacher support; additional resources; reading resource; reading resources; resource guide; reading research guide; OG tutor; OG tutoring; tutor; og lessons; OG lessons; help in reading; reading help; parent help in reading; parent resource guide for reading; writing; writing support; writing strategies; reading strategies; student reading support
Know the Code: Literacy Bounty- Compound Words & Subjects/Predicates
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Know the Code: Literacy Bounty- Compound Words & Subjects/Predicates

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FOLLOW ME AND MULTISENSORY RESOURCES SOLD IN MY SHOP! How? Click on my user name - ekennyfoggin above - then click on the word "Profile." Click on the picture in black and white of people in a group- under the blue rectangle . Save for a later purchase! Like the multisensory resources offered, but not ready to purchase today? t the end of this description, click on the hear at the bottom of the description section. The contents of this PDF lesson include: Table of Contents Subjects / Predicates Compound Words - Introductory Lesson Closed Compound Word List Writing Activity Reading Fluency Phrase Practice Sentences – Oral Reading Word Search –OPTIONAL Activity Hyphenated Compound Word List Writing Activity Reading Fluency Phrase Practice Sentences – Oral Reading Word Search –OPTIONAL Activity Open Compound Word List Writing Activity Reading Fluency Phrase Practice Sentences Oral Reading Word Search –OPTIONAL Activity Picture Match Up Game Newspaper Network Class/Partner/Individual Activity Answer Keys Other skills developed through this lesson: Word recognition Decoding Comprehension Compound words Writing Processing speed Working memory Long term memory Word Retrieval Parts of speech Subject/Predicates Sentence structure This lesson places a great deal of focus on repetition, review, practice using multisensory strategies and techniques. It is important each student has time to process skills to eventual automaticity. Copying or sharing efiles/copies is stealing. Please contact me if you have questions. It will be my pleasure to work with you. Respectfully, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M.S., M.A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) ekennyfoggin@gmail.com Key terms: Orton Gillingham; Orton Gillingham Tutor; Orton-Gillingham Tutor; IMSLEC; Latin, Greek; dyslexia; multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, strategies; parents; answer keys; consonants, consonant blends, consonant digraphs; vowel consonant e and Magic e; vowel teams, short/ long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; consonant -le; vowel diphthong; language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; gifted and talented; homework; fun stuff; games; spelling generalizations, spelling rules, posters, vocabulary; Turner Syndrome; Dyslexia
Know the Code: Parts of Speech - Noun
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Know the Code: Parts of Speech - Noun

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FOLLOW ME AND MULTISENSORY RESOURCES SOLD IN MY SHOP! How? Click on my user name - ekennyfoggin above - then click on the word "Profile." Click on the black/white picture of "people" under the blue rectangle - you are now one of my followers! Save for a later purchase! Like the multisensory resources offered, but not ready to purchase today? Then, at the end of this description, click on "Add to Favorites," next to the heart icon. Then, you can easily locate the resource when you need it. This noun bundle is styled in a workbook PDF format - 52 pages. This multisensory noun bundle provides an organized and structured approach to introducing nouns to students. Teachers and parents have numerous options - selecting pages based on individual or for an entire class, including learning centers. To support teachers and parents working with students as they develop and internalize nouns, basic multisensory tools are included so students engage in a multisensory approach, using the visual, auditory, kinesthetic and tactile. The multisensory approach for this bundle is based on the Orton Gillingham structured literacy approach. Working with high school students has taught me student development needs to include concepts/ideas are abstract nouns. This lesson places a great deal of focus on a multisensory approach, repetition, review, sequential focus on skill building for optimum student development, practice using multisensory strategies and techniques. It is important students have time and opportunities to process skills so each experience builds to automaticity. Application activities, with specific lessons and multisensory games, provide additional opportunities for continued student focus and development of skills including oral expression! Please review the Table of Contents for specific lessons: Skill focus includes: Visualization Listening Comprehension Handwriting Concept development Vocabulary Parts of Speech development- nouns Comprehension Writing Processing speed Working memory Long term memory Word retrieval Sentence structure Syntax development Does your school district want to order? Email me s or check out how to do purchase using “purchase orders." Thank you. Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) Key Words: Orton Gillingham; OG; Turner Syndrome; Basic skills; English Language Learners; ELL; ESL; Mega vocabulary; Reading comprehension; reading fluency; decoding; prefixes, suffixes, roots; Schwa; No Prep; Tutor; OG Tutor; Language Arts; Special Education; Parent Supports; Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny
Know the Code:  Hyperlinks to view Orton Gillingham resources
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This is a free resource for teachers, parents and administrators to view a variety of the multisensory resources available in my "shop." Multisensory materials include resources from preschool through high school and focus on a variety of skills. If you have any questions, please email me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com Thank you. Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)
Know the Code: Consonant "C:" Trace, Say, Circle and Play
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Know the Code: Consonant "C:" Trace, Say, Circle and Play

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This 45 page PDF file highlights numerous skill building activities from an introduction of a visual and sound of consonant “c,” practice opportunities of handwriting "strokes." Students in prekindergarten, kindergarten, and first grade benefit from the numerous activities included in this multisensory and prescriptive approach to learning the concept “c.” *************************************************************************************************************** The Orton Gillingham Approach is based on a multisensory, explicit, cumulative approach which includes continual review and/or practice. Thank you all for your continued support. Best wishes, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin M.S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC) Key terms: Orton Gillingham, workbook style, workbook format, workbook, multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, strategies; resource guide; parent information; answer keys; consonants, consonant blends, consonant digraphs; vowel consonant e and Magic e; vowel teams, short vowels, long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; consonant -le; vowel diphthong; oral language; receptive language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; gifted and talented; homework; fun; games; individual lessons; small group lessons; class; speech; speech therapy; Elizabeth Kenny, Elizabeth Foggin, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny Foggin; Donna Salimando; Eileen Riozzi, spelling generalizations, spelling rules, posters, vowel posters, spelling posters, parts of speech, reading fluency, reading fluency practice, vocabulary, vocabulary; reading comprehension, table of contents; OG; schwa; processing speed; sentence structure; punctuation; grammar; syntax; sight words; red words; administrator; administrators; staff development; staff training; staff support; classroom support; parent support; reading research guide; OG tutor; OG tutoring; tutor; og lessons; OG lessons; help in reading; reading help; parents; writing; writing support; writing strategies; reading strategies; student reading support, professional development; staff training, staff development
Know the Code: Roots "duc, duct, duce"
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Know the Code: Roots "duc, duct, duce"

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This multisensory lesson based on the principles of Orton Gillingham provides a variety of opportunities for students to develop the meaning of the root "duc, duct, duce." This multisensory packet includes: Page 1/2 - Title and informational page Page 3 - Introductory multisensory lesson Page 4 - Word List Page 5 - Vocabulary Graphic Organizer Example Page 6/10 - Vocabulary Graphic Organizer Page 11 - Reading phrases Pages 12 - Controlled reading sentences -Fluency practice Page 13 - Writing Activity Page 14 - Optional Activity- Word Search. Please only offer this to students as an optional activity. Why? This activity is one where a student either loves to do word searches, or dislike greatly. Individuals may have difficulties with memory, processing, or visualization skills and should not be required to complete. Page 15 - Morphological Activity Page 16- Answer Key If you require further support, please email me at ekennyfoggin@gmail.com Best wishes, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin Key terms: Orton Gillingham, workbook style, workbook format, workbook, multisensory education, multisensory activities, reading, writing, spelling, phonics, grammar, strategies; resource guide; parent information; answer keys; consonants, consonant blends, consonant digraphs; vowel consonant e and Magic e; vowel teams, short vowels, long vowels, ending blends, syllables, syllable types: closed, open, Bossy R and R-controlled; vowel teams and vowel digraphs; consonant -le; vowel diphthong; oral language; receptive language; written expression; language development; language disorders; special education; gifted and talented; homework; fun; games; individual lessons; small group lessons; class; speech; speech therapy; Elizabeth Kenny, Elizabeth Foggin, Elizabeth Kenny-Foggin; Elizabeth Kenny Foggin; Donna Salimando; Eileen Riozzi, spelling generalizations, spelling rules, posters, vowel posters, spelling posters, parts of speech, reading fluency, reading fluency practice, vocabulary, vocabulary development; reading comprehension, clip art, table of contents; OG; schwa; processing speed; sentence structure; punctuation; grammar; syntax; sight words; red words; administrator; administrators; staff development; staff training; staff support; classroom support; parent support; reading research guide; OG tutor; OG tutoring; tutor; og lessons; OG lessons; help in reading; reading help; parent help in reading; parent resource guide for reading; writing; writing support; writing strategies; reading strategies; student reading support, professional development; staff training, staff development