A multisensory Orton-Gillingham based program for phonics and language structure
This ungraded, multisensory curriculum teaches phonics and the structure of language at both the elementary and secondary levels. Using the Orton-Gillingham approach, it teaches handwriting, spelling, reading, reading comprehension and oral and written expression.
- Foundations for Literacy
presents the four levels of teh Schedules of
Daily Lesson Plans on which the program is based. Situation Spelling
and Situation Reading
are Teacher's Manuals that use a code to help students associate one sound with a given symbol.
- Situation Learning
workbooks provide reinforcement activiteis and exercises for each of the phonemes, graphemes, and concepts in the curriculum.
- Bench Mark Measures
contain three sequential tests that assess alphabet and dictonary skills, reading, handwriting, and spelling, and correspond to the first three Schedules of the Alphabet Phonics curriculum.
- include review/drill card decks for reading, spelling, and alphabet sequencing.