Presentation on theme: "Multi-Sensory Reading Techniques"— Presentation transcript:
1 Multi-Sensory Reading Techniques Based on Orton Gillingham PracticesMATON Conference ~ 2013Doreen Oelke ~ Title I Teacher at Hartley Elementary, Waseca
2 Visual Cues For Short Vowels a: Hand under chin, drop jaw e: Pretend to pull back on sides of the mouthi: Scrunch up noseo: Circle your mouth with fingeru: Fist to stomach“th” voiced sound: fingers to vocal cordsunvoiced sound: thumbs up
3 Pound and Tap Focus First on the Spelling Pattern Non Patterned Words are RED Words or Think Pad WordsVisual Frames for Sounds, Consonant Clusters (pr, cr, cl, nt, st….) Diagraphs (th, sh, ch,….) and Magic “e” WordsFrame Syllables with a /Always Present the Word in the Context of a SentencePound SyllablesTap SoundsI do it, We do it, You do itVariations for Left HandersMS Video Clips\Pound and Tap
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