Literature/Language Arts instruction continues remediation for students’ decoding as necessary through the use of various methods based on the Orton-Gillingham sequence of skills. As students develop greater consistency with the six syllable types, the instruction moves on to the study of morphemes for use in decoding and building vocabulary. Understanding the Greek and Latin roots of words, as well as the prefixes and suffixes attached to them, enables students to decode and comprehend higher level vocabulary. This instruction is integrated into all subject areas as students encounter these same roots and affixes in science and social studies vocabulary. Learned comprehension strategies are consistently reviewed and applied; instruction in new comprehension strategies is a vital part of preparation for high school reading across content areas.