Graphemes

Understanding Graphemes and Their Link to Phonemes | taught by Corey Zylstra

Course description

This webinar provides an overview of graphemes, followed by five separate spelling tests to help ensure that you are associating the phonemes (sounds) to the appropriate graphemes (symbols).

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

Content
78:09
Graphemes - Introduction FREE PREVIEW
Graphemes Overview
Are you ready?
Test 1 Response Sheet
Grapheme Test 1
Grapheme Test 1 Answer Key
Test 2 Response Sheet
Grapheme Test 2
Grapheme Test 2 Answer Key
Test 3 Response Sheet
Grapheme Test 3
Grapheme Test 3 Answer Key
Test 4 Response Sheet
Graphemes Test 4
Grapheme Test 4 Answer Key
Test 5 Response Sheet
Graphemes Test 5
Grapheme Test 5 Answer Key
Thank you for Watching!
Hide Content

Reviews (4)

Graphemes

by lise anderson
Great!

Graphemes 100

by Erin Marbry
This was a very helpful tool, I liked how it corresponds (mostly) with the alphabetical list of graphemes. There were just a few questions I had with some differences in spellings such as /y/ and /yuh/ ? Or in the graphemes video it showed the grapheme ou with a phoneme /a omega/ and in the alphabetical list it shows it to be an /ow/ also the omega symbol is sometime upside down and I'm not sure if this is supposed to be this way? The test were VERY helpful, I'd love more : ) all in all great.

by Lesley McLeary
This was a very good course . I found it challenging and it showed me what i needed to focus on.
Read more

Graphemes

by lise anderson
Great!

Graphemes 100

by Erin Marbry
This was a very helpful tool, I liked how it corresponds (mostly) with the alphabetical list of graphemes. There were just a few questions I had with some differences in spellings such as /y/ and /yuh/ ? Or in the graphemes video it showed the grapheme ou with a phoneme /a omega/ and in the alphabetical list it shows it to be an /ow/ also the omega symbol is sometime upside down and I'm not sure if this is supposed to be this way? The test were VERY helpful, I'd love more : ) all in all great.

by Lesley McLeary
This was a very good course . I found it challenging and it showed me what i needed to focus on.

Second time is the charm

by Michelle Penner
The second time through (after practicing with Quizlet) seemed to do it for me. 😊