Are you a teacher who is overwhelmed with implementing structured literacy?
Do these roadblocks sound familiar?
You’ve heard the buzz about the science of reading and understand why systematic literacy instruction is vital, but you aren’t sure where to begin.
Reading Rev’s Phonics & Spelling Program
We all know how important structured literacy is for kindergarten through second graders, but what happens when we have students in third, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade who didn’t get it or have big holes? They’re often left behind, and we hope that somehow they’ll magically figure it out along the way.
We know that explicit instruction in all five components is so important well beyond second grade, but often we just don’t know exactly how to do that.
Reading Rev has created a four-part system based on the Orton Gillingham methodology and the science of reading to help you give the very best possible instruction to all of your students.
You can even get each component separately if you don’t need them all!
Let’s get down to business
Here is what we cover…
Everything Reading Notebook
This is a notebook that covers all 5 Components of Literacy + Morphology.
At the beginning of the week, new learning is captured here. Students add notes for the new concept. Students then have a reference book to use for the rest of the year! The notebook can be created as a build-as-you-go composition notebook or in a binder with copied pages that offer more visual support.
Students need a lot of practice with these concepts and so we’ve created a spelling & morphology pattern sequence system.
These are 36 weeks of phonetic and spelling patterns packets filled with Orton Gillingham-inspired activities and games. Students will get practice orthographically mapping words using sound boxes and syllable scoops. They will learn how to recognize and manipulate morphemes. Students will understand and practice spelling regular (green) words and irregular (red) words. This is where the “aah haa!” moments happen! Each activity is purposeful and created just for older students.
Corresponding Skill-based Passages
We know it’s so important to continually connect phonetic patterns to both encoding (spelling) and decoding (reading).
These passages are a perfect place for kids to see a phonetic pattern in play.
These age-appropriate, high interest passages come in two different reading levels. Decodability is not the same for every student so we’ve made differentiation easy! Vocabulary and comprehension checks are incorporated. A teacher’s page includes the irregular and high frequency words found in the text in addition to extension and enrichment ideas.
This is the ultimate teacher manual, and what we wish we would’ve had when we started out on our structured literacy journey years ago.
We know that not all teachers feel confident teaching the phonetic patterns that many of us haven’t learned ourselves.
So, we have created Teacher Talks! to help you feel confident in teaching phonics, syllable types, and morphology in a systematic way.
This manual includes detailed explanations, multi-sensory practice ideas, links to free online resources and videos, differentiated word lists, and sentences for fluency and dictation.
Weekly Google Slides are being created that make your direct instruction lessons even easier! You can now follow daily, step-by-step slides that include decoding, encoding, and will make planning and organization a breeze!
Reading Rev’s Scope and Sequence is a 36 week, year long plan. Included are the 6 main phonetic patterns of English, Spelling Rules, and Morphology. You can download the scope and sequence in our FREE Resource Library!
Want to see if this program could be a game changer for you? You can download 2 weekly units in our FREE Resource Library! Week #1: Closed Syllables and Week #28: Diphthongs OI/OY are waiting for you now!
YES! This is exactly what I was looking for and what my class needed. It is the content they NEED without the primary feel. I ran it by our reading specialist… she was so impressed! Thank you! My students are definitely engaged, and I am loving that I feel like we are getting somewhere! Eve- 3rd Grade
This is THE intervention resource I’ve been wanting for my 3rd grade intervention groups. It systematically and explicitly walks them through the syllable patterns and phonics skills they need to become excellent readers. It’s a completely research based program and I can’t wait to see where my groups are at the end of the school year! Karen R.- 3rd Grade Interventionist
I just started using this with my striving 4th graders. I love how there is a phonics skill suitable for older students but also a reading passage with comprehension questions which allows me to kill 2 birds with 1 stone. SO helpful! Tammi – 4th Grade Teacher
This resource has been perfect for my older intervention students. One of my favorite parts is the graphic organizer comprehension piece! I love being able to add that to our lessons! One I Teach- TpT Seller and Teacher
Thank YOu!! This is GOLD! I just bought the Reading Rev program. I am trained in OG. I LOVE all your resources!! Dena- 4th Grade Teacher