Effective Fluency Instruction and Progress Monitoring

Effective Fluency Instruction and Progress Monitoring

Teachers and supervisors
Literacy

A large study conducted by the National Assessment of Educational Progress (Pinnell et al., 2005) states that 44 percent of fourth-graders lack the fluency levels necessary for grade level comprehension. Therefore, teaching students research-based strategies for fluent reading builds stamina and increases students’ comprehension levels significantly.

Uncover the components of fluency to facilitate best methods of instruction
Explain how to determine a student’s fluency rate and monitor progress over time
Learn six ways to help students develop and improve their fluency rates (Rasinsky Method)
Attention is given to the ways to provide fluency instruction for English Language Learners (ELL) and students with special needs

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