44 Phonemes

taught by Corey Zylstra
Corey Zylstra
Corey Zylstra
M.Ed, MT/CATT, F/AOGPE, CDT/IDA-CERI

Corey ("Mrs. Z.") has been in the field of education for over 25 years. She has taught in many different capacities and is a regular conference and workshop presenter for teachers world-wide. Since specializing in the field of learning difficulties and multisensory language remediation using the Orton-Gillingham approach (MSL/OG), Mrs. Zylstra has authored several publications and has served on several non-profit boards, including current positions with Dyslexia Canada and CATT, OG. She holds a Master of Education degree from SFU, a Provincial Instructor’s Diploma, and has been recognized and accredited as an Orton-Gillingham Master Trainer with the Canadian Orton-Gillingham Academy (MT/CATT, OG), an Honorary Fellow of the American OG Academy (HF/AOGPE) and a Certified Dyslexia Therapist through the International Dyslexia Association (CDT/IDA-CERI).

Our other onsite instructors, Robin Norquay and Fatima Sheriff, will also be available to support trainees who have attended on site sessions with either of these instructors. Visit the Instructor info tab for their details.  

Course Curriculum

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44 Phonemes - Introduction FREE PREVIEW
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Reviews (10)

OG CE Prestudy: 44 Phonemes

by Rose Yee
Thank you, Corey, for the detailed instruction about English phonemes. There's a lot to remember! It's no wonder that our struggling readers/writers feel overwhelmed...! I do have a couple of questions about the r-controlled /or/ sound and the /h/ and /y/ sounds... Can another spelling of /or/ be /'our' as in 'four'? And, can /h/ and /y/ also be represented by 'j'? On to the next section! Thank you again.

Fantastic Phonemes

by Jeaneen Jacobs
I have been teaching phonics for a few years now and this video was extremely helpful as a review of the 44 phonemes. I liked the example words under each sound and all of the variations. It was clear, short and a confidence booster.

by Marcia Takasaki
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OG CE Prestudy: 44 Phonemes

by Rose Yee
Thank you, Corey, for the detailed instruction about English phonemes. There's a lot to remember! It's no wonder that our struggling readers/writers feel overwhelmed...! I do have a couple of questions about the r-controlled /or/ sound and the /h/ and /y/ sounds... Can another spelling of /or/ be /'our' as in 'four'? And, can /h/ and /y/ also be represented by 'j'? On to the next section! Thank you again.

Fantastic Phonemes

by Jeaneen Jacobs
I have been teaching phonics for a few years now and this video was extremely helpful as a review of the 44 phonemes. I liked the example words under each sound and all of the variations. It was clear, short and a confidence booster.

by Marcia Takasaki

by katerina klimes

44 phonemes

by Gabrielle Steed
I thought I was going to be practicing and getting quizzed in this video, so I was a bit surprised. It definitely does the job of introducing the Phonemes, but some review activities would be helpful. I am going on to the Practitioner training so I know I can find review and quizzes on the blog, but some activities here may be helpful for those not going on to further training. Thanks for the video instruction!

by Lesley McLeary

Very useful

by Carla Hack
It is helpful to have this audio version of the phonemes as a reference to use alongside the printed version.

Very helpful!

by Kelly-Lynn Everfree
It's nice to have the 44 phonemes represented in one place. Thanks, REACH!

44 Phonemes

by Diana Durbin Koehler
I loved this. I am studying OG, but I'm finding it hard to connect with my fellow. This short review video clarified a few of my questions. I'm not sure how long these videos have been up, but I hope there will be more in the future. Thank you!

A Very Good Intro to English Phonemes

by Stacy Harris
Even though I am already quite familiar with the English Phonemes, I found this quite educational and detailed, especially with how to present the sounds correctly without extra sounds. Thank you!