Scope and Sequence

Earlier this week we talked about the importance of teaching your students in a systematic way. Our brains are designed to learn in a way that starts with the most basic concept and works its way up to the most advanced concepts. If you missed our blog earlier this week, you can check it out here: The #1 Thing You Can Be Doing to Make Your Intervention Less Stressful - Working Systematically.

We always recommend using a scope and sequence so that you can order your lessons in a meaningful and systematic way. This will ensure that your students can build upon previous knowledge that they’ve learned with you during their intervention time.

This week, we are sharing our scope and sequence with you! We hope that this gives you some insight as to how and why we organize our lessons. Remember, we don’t want to be teaching things incidentally, but rather, in a way that makes sense. Our scope and sequence also includes the rules, keywords, and phrases we use with our students to help solidify each phonogram.

Oh no! This freebie has expired, but don’t worry we have another great resource available for you this week! If you’re curious about our scope and sequence, let us know and we’re happy to talk more with you about what this looks like!

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