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Go Phonics. By: Athena Cocallas. Background. Sylvia Davison 44 year teaching veteran Learned the Slingerland Method Few supporting materials in teaching dyslexic and struggling readers Own games, stories, songs, and workbooks Holly Davison Daughter of Sylvia

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Go phonics

Go Phonics

By: Athena Cocallas


Background

Background

  • Sylvia Davison

    • 44 year teaching veteran

    • Learned the Slingerland Method

    • Few supporting materials in teaching dyslexic and struggling readers

      • Own games, stories, songs, and workbooks

  • Holly Davison

    • Daughter of Sylvia

  • Together they designed Go Phonics that published in 2001

    • Using the Orton-Gillingham based approach


Gophonics com

Gophonics.com

  • Very informational

  • No videos

  • Different sections

    • Home, overview, tools, dyslexia, downloads, background, testimonials, order, contact us

  • Most informational were the overview, dyslexia, background, and download pages


Overview

Overview

  • Phonics curriculum with K-2 language arts

  • Orton-Gillingham based approach

  • Hands-on and ideal for dyslexic students

  • Basic Kit:

    • Teachers guide, basic skills assessments, 5 workbooks, 7 volumes of decodable stories, key word chart set, prefix suffix chart, word lists book, 108 letter cards, songs for learning to read

  • Can buy additional materials


Dyslexia

Dyslexia

  • http://www.gophonics.com/dyslexia.htm

  • 10 strategies for why it is an effective program for dyslexic readers

  • 5 reasons for why children may have difficulties reading and spelling

  • What dyslexia means

    • Signs of it

    • Research results from the National Institutes of Health from 1994 about dyslexia

    • Common myths about dyslexia


Downloads

Downloads

  • Lets you download a PDF file that contains sample lessons, the scope and sequence, teaching strategies, samples of the stories, tools, descriptions of the materials, and price lists.

  • 4 decodable reader stories

  • Couple extra pages that are interesting and a couple are a part of the first PDF file


Who uses it

Who uses it?

  • Teacher: Reading specialists, speech/language therapists, tutors, classroom teachers, parents, home educators

    • Basically anyone who wants to

  • Students: K-2nd grade or RtI K-4th grade and older

    • Can be used one-on-one/tutoring, in the classroom, in special education, RtI, remediation, differentiated instruction, home school, after school programs

      • Basically for anyone

    • No restrictions on what types of students or teachers can use this program


Sessions

Sessions

  • 79 lessons total

  • No real explanation of how long you should meet or how often

    • If it takes more than one day for the student to learn a lesson, the student should be practicing his/her flash cards every day


Lesson structure

Lesson Structure

  • Auditory Review

  • Spelling and Handwriting

  • Visual Review

  • Teaching the Digraph

  • Games

  • Worksheets

  • Teaching non-decodable words from the story

  • Oral reading and teaching the stories

    • Grammar, punctuation, predictions, inferences, sequencing, creative writing, and activities


Scope and sequence

Scope and Sequence

  • http://www.gophonics.com/downloads/Go_Phonics-Lesson_Samples.pdf

  • Scope and Sequence

    • Page 6, 12, 13

  • Foundation of Core Standards

    • Page 18


Extra

Extra

Research

Orton-Gillingham

Instruction is explicit, systematic, sequential, and simultaneous multisensory

Simultaneous multisensory

Hits visual and auditory learners

Names the letter as she forms it on the desk

  • National Reading Panel

    • Findings say that Go Phonics uses the Orton-Gillingham approach because it has “explicit instruction in phonemic awareness and systematic phonics”


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