Volume : X, Issue : VI, June - 2020

A Descriptive Analysis of Error and Error Correction in Orton-Gillingham Lesson

Shameem Banu Showkath Hussain

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Orton–Gillingham (OG) is a powerful approach to teach reading and spelling that uses instruction that is multisensory, sequential, incremental, cumulative, individualized, phonics–based, and explicit. OG approach follows structured literacy instruction to remediate reading and spelling difficulties in struggling readers or students with learning disabilities. The Orton–Gillingham lesson plan follows a structured sequence that includes visual drill, auditory drill, blending drill, reading words/phrases/sentences, spelling words /phrases/sentences, introduce new phonogram or concept and oral reading of a connected text. During the certain or all lesson components, the students tend to make error/s. The Orton Gillingham teacher or tutor should be diagnostic and prescriptive to correct those errors with explicit, systematic and multisensory instruction. This paper will discuss the error /error patterns and appropriate correction procedure to help students with learning disability. The error correction is the crucial step in the instructional process and utilization of visual–kinesthetic–auditory–tactile pathways to remediate the errors is considered highly effective during structured literacy intervention.

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A DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF ERROR AND ERROR CORRECTION IN ORTON-GILLINGHAM LESSON, Shameem Banu Showkath Hussain INDIAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED RESEARCH : Volume-10 | Issue-6 | June-2020


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