What is dyslexia?
Dyslexia is a learning disorder that affects approximately 10 percent of children. Those diagnosed with dyslexia have trouble connecting sounds to letter symbols. This affects the way children with dyslexia learn to read and spell. Fortunately, major strides have been made in understanding the language-based disorder. Children with dyslexia can learn to read and be successful despite their learning differences.
Sam Rayburn offers the accredited Take Flight Dyslexia Program from Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia & Learning at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital. For more information, or if you think your child/children need dyslexia services, please talk to your child's homeroom teacher or contact Kari Worsham-Clark. You may call the school directly or use the contact information located in the "Staff" link at the left.
1. Connect with Mrs. Worsham-Clark on Class Dojo!
3. Homework folders should be checked each night.
4. If you would like to observe a therapy session in action please let me know!
Homework Folder Information
Your child will have a homework binder for dyslexia. The binder will come home with them every night and there will be 10-15 minutes of homework each night in addition to reading practice. Any papers in the front pocket with a check mark on them are considered homework for the evening. When homework is finished papers can go in the back pocket or be filed under the appropriate tabs. This homework can consist of handwriting practice, RAP pages (groups of words to read rapidly), instant words, and rate pages.
Reading practice is one of the best ways to help your child! Read with them 20 minutes each night in addition to the above homework pages. Reading can be done out loud where you read to them or they read to you, they can read silently, or listen to audio books on Learning Ally.
There are two pages for you to initial/sign in your child’s folder. The calendar is where you can check off and initial that homework is done each night and the weekly observation is where I will write you a note each day if needed about how your child was in class that day.
Sam Rayburn Lexia Core5 Reading support
Lexia Core5 Reading is a computer-based program that can help students improve their literacy skills over the summer and through the school year. The activities support and build on your child's classroom curriculum and focus on developing reading skills in six areas: phonological awareness, phonics, structural analysis, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
How to log in at home:
To use on a computer
, go to: www.lexiacore5.com
Input the TEACHER
Students then log in with their username and password. (Hint: it is the same login information they use for AR, they should know it)
To use on an iPad, iPad mini, or android tablet: download the free Lexia Core5 Reading app (it is a blue globe)
Input the TEACHER
Students then log in with their username and password.