A must-have resource for improving fluency, this easy-to-use guide features practical, research-based strategies and supported leveled readings. The strategies are organized by grouping situations including whole group, small group, partner, independent, and performance. Also included is a foreword by fluency expert Timothy Rasinski, an invaluable list of qFive Things You Can Do Today to Improve Fluency, q assessment tools, and a parent support letter. Students can hear a model of fluent reading by listening to one of 3 included Audio CDs that feature recordings of all the passages. The Teacher Resource CD includes all of the notebook passages plus bonus passages for extra practice. This resource is correlated to the Common Core State Standards. 304pp. plus 3 Audio CDs and Teacher Resource CDNo matter what grade level you teach, reading aloud to your students on a daily basis is vital to improve their fluency. You can ... I may never have tried a fantasy book if my sixth-grade teacher hadna#39;t piqued my interest by reading one aloud to our class. ac You can ... Just as a child learns to speak by listening to the complicated language of adults, a reader learns the rudiments of complex text by first hearing such a text. ... Use Oral Reading Wisely Once students begin to read silently, .
|Title||:||Strategies for Building Fluency|
|Author||:||Deborah V. Mink|
|Publisher||:||Teacher Created Materials - 2009-08-15|