44th Annual Symposium presented by

The International Dyslexia Association – Oregon Branch

“Comprehensive Literacy Instruction: 

The Science of Teaching Reading”

by Margie B. Gillis, Ed.D.

Billy Frank Jr. Conference Room,

EcoTrust Building
721 NW Ninth Ave.
Portland, OR 97209

Event Program

Comprehensive Literacy Instruction: The Science of Teaching Reading

Oregon Branch of the International Dyslexia Association

Presented by Margie B Gillis, Ed.D, President, Literacy How

March 2, 2019

margiegillis@literacyhow.com

www.literacyhow.com

Below are the links for presentation materials and activities:

 PowerPoint Presentation

Scarborough’s Rope with Simple View

Diagnostic Decision Tree

Literacy How Rocket Ship

English Consonant Chart

Sound Scientist Activity

Sound Scientist Pictures

Say It and Move It Activity

Say It and Move It Board

Phonetic and Morphemic Elements

English Vowel Chart

Sound Letter Map

Sound Letter Maps

Syllable Inspectors Activity

Syllable Inspector Rule Cards

Word House Generic

Schwallowed Vowels

Morph Sort

Grammatical Elements

Ending The Reading Wars

How RTI Supports Early Identification of Students with Different Reading Profiles

Structured Literacy and Typical Literacy Practices

YouTube channel with classroom videos

Videos featuring Margie Gillis:


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