Students can begin to show signs of struggle with pre-reading/reading concepts as early as Pre-K. Reading Readiness sessions are designed for Pre-K/K/1st-grade students who are not yet ready for a full dyslexia intervention but would benefit from a multisensory, structured intervention. Lessons focus on skills such as phonological awareness, oral language development, alphabetic awareness with progression into phonics and sight word work.
Scientific Spelling is an explicit, systematic approach to teaching spelling. Instruction is systematic and focuses on the structure of English words, including recurring spelling patterns and rules, as well as strategies to support the spelling of words not adhering to patterns and rules. Content is broken into five chapters: Phonology, Regular words,Rule words,Irregular words,and Procedures. Weekly practice with parents is encouraged.
Meta-Cognition is thinking about our thinking as we read. Becoming a skilled reader means being able to think as they read. Developing Meta-cognitive Skills includes developing students' comprehension, retell, and summation skills in both an oral and written format.
Words are traditionally classified as parts of speech based on their usage in a sentence. Tutoring sessions will take the abstract idea of grammar and writing and make it concrete, understandable, and fun. Color codes are used to introduce and reinforce the definitions and hands-on activities further students’ understanding of the different parts of speech. Orton Gillingham based cirriculum for students with dyslexia or any struggling writer. Appropriate for all grades levels.
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