Always, Then, Last: REVLOC order
I’m Seeing Double – 1-1-1 Doubling Rule Explained
Continuing with Suffix Rules, the first one I will go in depth on is the 1-1-1 Doubling Rule. The grade level this rule corresponds with is 2nd through 12th. Before teaching this rule, one should know: What a suffix is That some suffixes begin with vowels and some with consonants The difference between one and two syllable words. The...
Illustrations of Suffix Rules, An Overview
Continuing with Suffixes, today I will create an overview of suffix rules. The three suffix rules are: 1-1-1 Doubling Rule, E Drop Rule and the Y-Changing Rule. I will do an overview today, but go in depth in my next posts. 1-1-1 Doubling rule is: 1 syllable words ending in 1 consonant after 1 vowel,...
Welcome Gentle Cindy, C&G Rule
VCV – the Tiger and the Camel Slept in a Motel in Japan
Don’t Get Ruffled or Baffled by Consonant + le
Orton Gillingham for All
I spent a year taking a course on the Orton Gillingham (OG) method of teaching reading and spelling. I took the class at The Schenck School, a school specifically for dyslexic children. My teacher was a dynamic woman named Rosalie Davis. She was hands down the best teacher I have ever encountered. Or, was it that...