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									     Certified Level (Advanced) Orton-Gillingham Training Part 1
     This is 50 hours of a 100 hour course; the second 50 hours will be presented at Camperdown in the future.

                        Wednesday June 9 – Friday June 18, 2010
presented by Pat Porter
Fellow, Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators
Camperdown’s teacher training courses are accredited up to the Certified Level by the

9:00 to 4:00 daily
    9:00 – 12:00 lecture
    12:00 – 12:30 lunch
    12:30 – 2:00 individual or group lab work
    2:00 to 4:00 lecture

    Associate Level Orton-Gillingham (Basic) training
    at least 3 observations by a Fellow after your training

Materials provided by the trainee:
    assessment data on an older student who has moved beyond basic reading instruction and
       examples of that student’s work
    lesson plans and notes from three sequential lesson plans—optional but advised if

Materials provided:
    copies of readings
    notebook, index cards, and Sharpies
    resources available from Camperdown’s tutorial department

You will be graded on discussion, participation, quizzes and written assignments. Course
participants are expected to attend all sessions (June 9 – 18, 2010). Course audit options are
available at the discretion of the presenter. The tuition fee is $850.00. Please return this box to
Pat Porter, Camperdown Academy, 501 Howell Rd., Greenville, SC 29615.

I plan to attend the Certified Level (Advanced) Part I course June 9 – 18, 2010. I am
enclosing a check for tuition of $850.00.



Phone and email

2010 Certified course
Course goals:
    understanding the needs of the older dyslexic learner
    emphasizing and prioritizing higher-level concepts
    transitioning to advanced word structure
           o prefixes
           o suffixes
           o Latin connectives
           o roots
           o Greek combining forms
    grammar
    written expression
    fluency
    vocabulary
    coping with auditory issues (phonological awareness, auditory processing) with older
    knowledge of the various programs derived from Orton-Gillingham

Course lab goals:
    discussion of selected readings required by the Academy
    reading and understanding a psychological evaluation
    interpreting assessment
    write a profile of your student based on evaluation materials
    designing lesson plans for students
           o incorporating reading, writing, spelling, grammar, vocabulary and written
              expression according to the needs of the older dyslexic learner
    write an annotated lesson plan for Academy application if 3 sequential lessons are
    create materials to organize and facilitate teaching the older dyslexic learner

2010 Certified course

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