Sonday System

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From The Sonday System’s website:

The Sonday System 1 guides beginning reading, writing and spelling instruction, reading intervention, instruction for English Language Learners (ELL) and is highly effective in the Response to Intervention (RtI) model. The Sonday System 1 provides a lesson template for instructors to teach the essential skills to their students in every lesson, every day. The system is an Orton-Gillingham based, systematic, explicit, sequential, and cumulative multisensory language instruction program which cements student learning into long-term memory. The system is easy for instructors to use and contains: a check for knowledge, five Pre-Reading and thirty-six Reading Levels, mastery checks and templates for creating personal learning plans.

The concepts and elements taught in Sonday System 1 are:

  • Phonological Awareness, Phonemic Awareness, Consonant and Vowel Sounds, Vowel Pairs, Consonant Blends and Diagraphs, R Controlled Vowels, Vowel Consonant-e, Compound Words, Non-Phonetic Words, Spelling, Rules for English Language, Reading/Writing Fluency, Vocabulary and Comprehension.

Before beginning Sonday System 2 the student should be able to recite the alphabet, write upper and lower case letters, know the difference between consonants and vowels, know the sounds of the consonants and beginning consonant blends, read confidently at a 3rd level or higher and pass the entrance test found in the Sonday System 2 Learning Plan Book. If a student has completed the Sonday System 1 they have gained these skills and are ready to move on.

The concepts and elements taught in Sonday System 2 are:

  • Brief Review of Concepts Taught in Sonday System 1 (Check For Knowledge), Syllable Types, Syllable Division, Prefixes, Suffixes With Governing Rules, Roots, Contractions, Non-Phonetic Words, Vocabulary and Comprehension.

Have you ever used The Sonday System? How did it work for your family? Share your review below.






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