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Wilson

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A supplemental, VAK reading and writing curriculum which aligns with IDA guidelines and is designed to promote reading accuracy and spelling skills for students with word-level deficits. Developed by Barbara Wilson in 1988.

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Basic Language Skills - Neuhaus

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An IMSLEC accredited program that is based on Alphabetic Phonics and developed in 1999 by the Neuhaus Center for Education in Houston, Texas. Approved as a dyslexia therapy program.

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Read Naturally

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A supplemental reading program that aims to improve fluency, accuracy and comprehension of students elementary through high-school through the use of texts, audio cds and computer software.

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Dubard Association Method

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A research-based phonetic, multi sensory teaching-learning strategy designed for children with language deficiencies. Useful with children with profound hearing impairment, severe apraxia, dyslexia, and other reading disabilities. Developed by Mildred McGinnis and Etoile DuBard.

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The New Herman Method

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A multi-sensory OG program developed by Renee Herman and Pat Sekel (Rawson-Saunders) in 1975 for dyslexic students in public schools. VAKT curriculum.

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Slingerland

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An OG based program developed by Beth Slingerland in 1960. Program can be used in gen ed classrooms, sped programs or as tutorials. Accredited by IDA and IMSLEC.

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MTA Multisensory Teaching Approach

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An Orton-Gillingham based approach to teaching reading and writing to individuals with dyslexia. Developed by Margaret Taylor Smith in the mid 80's, the curriculum is based on Alphabetic Phonics.

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DIP Dyslexia Intervention Program - Region 4

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Training provided in Houston which includes instruction based on OG, Scottish Rite Dyslexia Programs, Project Read, Neuhaus programs.

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Barton Reading and Spelling System

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A simplified OG approach to developed by Susan Barton in California in 1998. Designed so that non-professionals can teach students, highly structured, carefully scripted, one-to-one, intensive intervention, focuses on spelling.

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LIPS Lindamood Bell

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Founded in 1986, this program is based on a "Theory of Cognition" focusing on process, and shares some aspects of the Orton Gillingham approach. It primarily provides sensory-cognitive development of phonemic awareness. Recommended to be paired with other programs.

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Spalding

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Founded in 1986 by Romalda Spalding who created "The Writing Road to Reading", an integrated multi sensory language arts curriculum, approved by IDA and accredited by IMSLEC.

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Read 180

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An online reading intervention program developed by Scholastic designed to meet the needs of children reading below grade level. The program blends teacher instruction with computer software that tracks student progress and customizes instruction to meet the student's needs for computer practice.

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Lexia

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Supplementary reading software program designed for regular use, 2 to 5 weekly sessions of 30 minutes each. Aligned to Take Flight and compatible with a tiered model.

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Reading Recovery

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An early literacy intervention program designed to help first grade children who are having difficulty reading and developed by Marie M. Clay in the 1970's in New Zealand.

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Project Read

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Program created by Victoria Green as an intervention program for students with reading difficulties, to be delivered in the gen ed classroom. Includes explicit, systematic instruction with multi sensory methods and incorporated five components of reading.

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Esperanza

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Created by Elsa Cardenas-Hagan in 1996, and the only OG Spanish reading program available. Part of the successful reading reform project in Brownsville, Texas.

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Alphabetic Phonics

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Developed in the 80's by Alyett Cox at the Scottish Rite Hospital and based on the OG Method. Daily 1 hour lessons include 10 components.

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