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LANGUAGE! PROJECT of the EnglishPREVENTING
READ Language beginning with the most basic
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GOALS AND OBJECTIVES ORTON-GILLINGHAM SCOPE AND SEQUENCE toREADING
more complex.Second
In all Orton-Gillingham
Edition based programs, the
PHONOLOGY intital phase of FOR
ACADEMIC instruction
READING focuses on closed syllables with
Suplemental
up to three sounds with no initial or final consonant blends. Students must be able to blend the phonemes for reading and
"TO IMPROVE WORD ATTACK SKILLS" SYSTEM
isolate the phonemes (Units
for1- 36)
spelling. These GUIDE
skills must be masteredFAILURE
before a studentREADING Workbooks
can build on this initial phase. Students
must
Stepsbe1-12
able to read and spell words based
Unitson the phonemes
1-64 presented
Levels 1-244 rather than by sight. If students
pp 35-214 can rely
Books 1-8 on their
memory for reading and spelling these words due to prior exposure, nonsence syllables must be presented for reading and
SYLLABLE TYPE: CLOSED SYLLABLES (CVC) cup, rest,
spelling. spot, frisk, scram
WORD ATTACK GOAL & OBJECTIVE 1: Closed Syllables (3 Sounds no blends)
Student will orally identify a closed syllable Initial and final consonants with short a (bat) Step 1.1 Unit 1 Unit 1 Level 6 p. 37 Bk 1 Lesson 1
WORD ATTACK GOAL & OBJECTIVE 2: Initial and final consonants with short I (dim) Step 1.1 Unit 4 Unit 4 Level 34 p. 46 Bk 1 Lesson 4
Student will orally identify the vowel sound Initial and final consonants with short o (hop) Step 1.1 Unit 8 Unit 8 Level 53 p. 36 Bk 1 Lesson 10
associated with a closed syllable; Initial and final consonants with short e (bed) Step 1.2 Unit 12 Unit 12 Level 55 p. 56 Bk 1 Lesson 8
WORD ATTACK GOAL & OBJECTIVE 14: Initial and final consonants with short u (sun) Step 1.2 Unit 14 Unit 14 Level 44 p. 51 Bk 1 Lesson 6
Student will orally identify closed sylable type introduction of consonants completed Step 1.2 Unit 7 Unit 7 Level 47 p. 71 Before Lesson 1
and identify vowel sound associated with it

Consonant digraphs wh, th, ch, sh , ck Step 1.2 Unit 11 Unit 11 Level 75 p. 68 Book 3 lessons 5-7
ff, ss, zz, ll Step 1.4 Unit 9 Unit 9 Level 59-61 p. 76 not specified
additional componants of O-G instruction not
explicitely listed as G&O CVC with 3 sounds plus suffix -s Step 1.6 Unit 6 not specified Level 26 Not specified not specified

Closed Syllables (4 to 6 Sounds)


WORD ATTACK GOAL & OBJECTIVE 3: ng and nk endings Step 2.1 Unit 10 Unit 10 Levels 78-80, 87 p. 94 Bk 2 Lesson 10
Student will decode and encode closed Initial Blends (blot, flag, press) Step 2.2 Unit 13 Unit 13 Levels 98-127 p. 87 Bk 2 Lessons 1-7
syllables containing up to six sounds Final Blends (last, help, milk) Step 2.2 Unit 17 Unit 17 Levels 83-95 p. 89 Bk 2 Lessons 8-11
CVC exceptions -ild, ind, old, ost, olt Step 2.3 Unit 43, 45 Unit 43, 45 Level 173, 174 p. 153 Bk 5 Lessons 4,5

WORD ATTACK GOAL & OBJECTIVE 4: Closed Syllables (4 to 6 Sounds)


Student will decode and encode closed syllables CVC with 4 sounds + suffix-s (steps) Step 2.2 not specified not specified not specified p. 98 not specified
containing five sounds plus the suffix CVC with 5 sounds and suffix (trumps) Step 2.4 not specified Not specified Not specified p. 98 not specified

WORD ATTACK GOAL & OBJECTIVE 5: Closed Syllables (4 to 6 Sounds)


3-letter blends and up to 6 sounds in a closed syllable Step 2.5 Unit 16 Unit 16 Level 107 p. 87 Bk 5 Lessons 8,9
Student will decode and encode three letter
blends (clusters).

GOAL & OBJECTIVE 6: Multisyllable Words, Syllabication VCCV, VCCCV


Student will decode and encode two syllable two closed syllables- no blends, no shwa Step 3.1 Unit 22 Unit 22 not specified p. 84
words which contain two closed syllables. two closed syllables combined, with blends Step 3.2 Unit 22 Unit 22 not specified p. 93

GOAL & OBJECTIVE 7: Multisyllable Words, Syllabication VCCV, VCCCV


Student will decode and encode three syllable multisyllabic words, combining only closed syllables Step 3.4 not specified not specified not specified p. 200 not specified
words which contain three closed syllables.

SYLLABLE TYPE: VOWEL-CONSONANT-e SYLLABLES (CVe or MAGIC E) bake, scope


GOAL & OBJECTIVE 8: Vowel-Consonant-e (VCe) Syllable
Student will decode and encode a vowel- vowel-consonant-e syllable in one-sylable
consonant-e syllable in a one syllable word. words (hope, cave) Step 4.1 Unit 21 Unit 21 Levels 130-140 p. 100 Bk 3 Lessons 2-4

GOAL & OBJECTIVE 9: Multisyllable Words, Syllabication VCV


VCe syllable combined with closed syllables Step 4.3 Unit 21 Unit 21 p. 106
Student will decode and encode a vowel-consonant-e
syllable combined with a closed syllable. For PAF, Project Read and LANGUAGE!:
Open Syllables are interoduced before vc-e syllables

GOAL & OBJECTIVE 10: Multisyllabic words, 2 syllable types


(compensate, illustrate) Step 4.3 Unit 20 Unit 20
Student will decode and encode multisyllable Step 4.4
words containing two syllable types. ive exception: no word ends in v (pensive)
SYLLABLE TYPE: OPEN SYLLABLE (go, he, hi, open, disect)
GOAL & OBJECTIVE 11: Open Syllables
Student will decode and encode open syllables Step 5.1 Unit 20 Unit 20 Level 69, 73 p.108 Book 3 lesson 1
Open syllable in one syllable word, y as vowel
GOAL & OBJECTIVE 12: (he, hi, shy)

Student will orally identify open syllable type


and identify vowel sounds associated wth it

open syllable combined with VCe and VCV in


2 syllable words Step 5.2 Unit 20 Unit 20 Level 69 `
GOAL & OBJECTIVE 10: y as a vowel at end of 2 syllable words Step 5.3 Unit 23 Unit 23 Level 155
Multisyllabic words combining 3 syllable types Step 5.4
Step 5.5
Student willl decode and encode multisyllabic
words containing open syllables a and i in unaccented, open syllables

Consonant-le Syllable (table, juggle, apple)


Suffix Endings (Unchanging Basewords) and Step 6
Consonant-le Syllables Unit 27 Unit 27 Level 167, 168 p.147
Suffix endings added to unchanging basewords Step 6.1 Unit 27 Unit 27
3 sounds for -ed Step 6.2 p. 98,99

stabel final syllable: consonant-le, stle exception Step 6.4 p. 147


r controlled Syllable (shark, pork, skirt)
ar Step 8 Unit 19 Unit 19a Level 103 p.154 Book 6 lesson 1
er, ir, ur Unit 19 Unit 19b Level 110 pp. 135-139 Book 6 lesson 3
or Unit 19 Unit 19c Level 109 p.156 Book 6 lesson 2
Vowel Digraphs and Diphthongs (meat, cow)
ai, ay Step 9.1 Unit 24 Unit 24a Levels 142-152 Book 3 Lessons 10-12
ee, ey Step 9.2 Unit 24 Unit 24b
ao, oe, ue Step 9.3
oi, oy, au, aw Step 9.4 Unit 30 pp.168-174
ou, ow, oo Step 9.5 Unit 25 Unit 31 pp.142-144
3 sounds of ea Step 9.6 pp. 191-193
eu, ew, ui Step 9.7
ie/ei St[e 11.4 Unit
eu, ew, ui Step 9.7

LANGUAGE! GOAL & OBJECTIVE 1: Closed Syllables (Multisyllabic Words) Step 2 Unit 15 Unit 15 p.80
Student will apply syllabication for vccv patterns Unit 22 Unit 22 Level 81 p. 84 Bk 4 lessons 3,4
LANGUAGE! GOAL & OBJECTIVE 2: p.108
Student will apply syllabication for vccv patterns Unit 26 Unit 26
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