Use Tapping to Help Make Decoding Words “Sticky”

Use Tapping to Help Make Decoding Words “Sticky”

We know that when teaching reading, a multi-sensory approach is the best way to help students to get information and make it stick especially for students with a specific learning disability.   One of those multi-sensory strategies is tapping.

What is tapping?  It’s a strategy using your fingers to make sure students understand the 1:1 correspondence of the number of phonemes in a word or syllable.

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Stay tuned for more strategies for reading as I continue to explore the best of the best in reading instruction!

This week I’m off to Chicago to learn all about FUNdations Level K, a Wilson Reading Product!  I’m excited to see what this program has to offer our youngest students as they learn how to read using the Orton-Gillingham approach of mulit-sensory instruction!

I’ll keep you posted!

You take care and I’ll see you next time!


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