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Programs That Are Influenced by an Orton–Gillingham Approach

By Amanda Morin

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Many experts consider the Orton–Gillingham method the gold standard when it comes to teaching reading to kids with dyslexia. Programs based on its core ideas take a very structured approach. They’re also multisensory—using hearing, touch, movement and sight to make language connections. Learn more about these programs and how they work.

Reviewed by Bob Cunningham, M.A., Ed.M. Feb 17, 2015 Feb 17, 2015

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