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Viewing fluency as a bridge between foundational skills and open-ended learning, this book guides teachers through effective instruction and assessment of fluent reading skills in the primary grades.

Author: Melanie R. Kuhn

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781462518999

Category: Education

Page: 148

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Viewing fluency as a bridge between foundational skills and open-ended learning, this book guides teachers through effective instruction and assessment of fluent reading skills in the primary grades. Fluency?s relationship to phonological awareness, phonics, and print concepts is explained, and practical methods are shared for integrating fluency instruction in a literacy curriculum grounded in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Classroom examples, weekly lesson plans, and extensive lists of recommended texts add to the book?s utility for teachers.
2015-01-06 By Melanie R. Kuhn

If students are to become fluent readers, they must develop automaticity. However, developing automatic word recognition—in text or in isolation—does not necessarily lead to fluent reading. Rather than focusing simply on reading quickly ...

Author: Melanie R. Kuhn

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781462519194

Category: Education

Page: 148

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Viewing fluency as a bridge between foundational skills and open-ended learning, this book guides teachers through effective instruction and assessment of fluent reading skills in the primary grades. Fluency?s relationship to phonological awareness, phonics, and print concepts is explained, and practical methods are shared for integrating fluency instruction in a literacy curriculum grounded in the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Classroom examples, weekly lesson plans, and extensive lists of recommended texts add to the book?s utility for teachers.
2015-01-05 By Melanie R. Kuhn

This book offers readers a plethora of activities for teaching the five components of a good reading program: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension.

Author: Barbara J. Fox

Publisher:

ISBN: 0131561324

Category: Education

Page: 156

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This book offers readers a plethora of activities for teaching the five components of a good reading program: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. Unlike other books that describe a series of activities without any clear point, each chapter in this book explains how activities contribute to fluent reading. New and practicing teachers will find an overview of what each component looks like from a classroom perspective with suggestions for informal assessment. Also included are best practices for teaching each of the five components, best practices for teaching English language learners, and best practices for working with struggling readers. The book is full of citations from professional literature, which makes it appropriate for teachers who are expected to make instructional choices based on research evidence. FEATURES: Describes how phonemic awareness, phonics and vocabulary contribute to fluency, and how automatic word recognition and fluency contribute to comprehension-Gives the reader a clear conceptual framework for implementing classroom practices. Offers a plethora of easy-to-implement teaching appropriate for children in classrooms from kindergarten through fifth grade-The wide range of activities makes this book a useful resource for preservice teachers who do not know the grade they will teach and inservice teachers in graduate courses or in the classroom, as well as for coaches (or mentors) in the elementary school. Boxed features describing best practices for teaching (1) the major components of reading, (2) English language learners and (3) struggling readers-Best practices give the reader guidance for improving classroom practices specifically tailored to teaching each component, English learners and struggling readers. Informal assessments in each chapter-Suggestions for informal assessments provide classroom-appropriate methods that can be used for formative and summative evaluations of student learning. Activities give the reader advice on grouping, provide a list of material, and include step-by-step directions-Clear, reader friendly explanations give the reader all the information needed to implement activities, thereby making it easier for the reader to use activities in the classroom.
2007-06-01 By Barbara J. Fox

Use the activities in this book to help students develop reading fluency and increased comprehension as a result.

Author: Alaska Hults

Publisher: Creative Teaching Press

ISBN: 9781591989950

Category: Education

Page: 96

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Use the activities in this book to help students develop reading fluency and increased comprehension as a result. The book includes four sections filled with reproducibles that provide fun and easy strategies to help students develop reading fluency. It also includes two sections to provide intervention for students struggling with developing reading fluency.
2003-09-29 By Alaska Hults

Author: Mark Freeman

Publisher:

ISBN: 185522836X

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2002 By Mark Freeman

This accessible guide brings together well-known authorities to examine what reading fluency is and how it can best be taught.

Author: Timothy Rasinski

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781462504442

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 334

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This accessible guide brings together well-known authorities to examine what reading fluency is and how it can best be taught. Teachers get a clear, practical roadmap for navigating the often confusing terrain of this crucial aspect of balanced literacy instruction. Innovative approaches to instruction and assessment are described and illustrated with vivid examples from K–12 classrooms. The book debunks common misconceptions about fluency and clarifies its key role in comprehension. Effective practices are presented for developing fluency in specific populations, including English language learners, adolescents, and struggling readers. New to This Edition*Reflects advances in fluency research and the ongoing development of exemplary instructional approaches.*Three new chapters on English language learners.*Chapters on adolescent fluency, reading expressiveness, oral reading instruction, and text selection.
2012-05-10 By Timothy Rasinski

This 80-page book is based on Reading First research and includes assessments and rubrics.

Author: Susan Jane Herron

Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing

ISBN: 9780742420748

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 80

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Fluency + Fun = Comprehension! Reading for Every Child: Fluency gives teachers the tools they need to develop fluent readers in the fourth-grade classroom. Incorporating a variety of techniques, including partner reading, repeated reading, choral reading, and readers' theater, this book keeps students motivated as they make the bridge between word recognition and comprehension. This 80-page book is based on Reading First research and includes assessments and rubrics.
2009-01-04 By Susan Jane Herron

This 80-page book is based on Reading First research and includes assessments and rubrics.

Author: Susan Jane Herron

Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing

ISBN: 9780742420533

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 80

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Fluency + Fun = Comprehension! Reading for Every Child: Fluency gives teachers the tools they need to develop fluent readers in the third-grade classroom. Incorporating a variety of techniques, including partner reading, repeated reading, choral reading, and readers' theater, this book keeps students motivated as they make the bridge between word recognition and comprehension. This 80-page book is based on Reading First research and includes assessments and rubrics.
2009-01-04 By Susan Jane Herron

Presents strategies for teaching oral reading along with information on how it increases word recognition, fluency, and comprehension.

Author: Timothy V. Rasinski

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 0439332087

Category: Education

Page: 192

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Presents strategies for teaching oral reading along with information on how it increases word recognition, fluency, and comprehension.

In short, the goal of reading is comprehension. This book scrupulously examines the obstacles to reading comprehension and exemplifies what can be done to help children overcome them.

Author: Paula J. Clarke

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118606759

Category: Education

Page: 224

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Developing Reading Comprehension “In recent years the debate about teaching young children to read has tended to focus upon equipping them with the crucially important knowledge and skills they need to read words accurately in and out of context, that is to say, teaching them how the alphabet works for reading and spelling. While such knowledge and skills are essential, more is required for children to become literate, fluent readers who understand what they read. In short, the goal of reading is comprehension. This book scrupulously examines the obstacles to reading comprehension and exempli Fies what can be done to help children overcome them. It is an important and timely contribution to securing high-quality teaching of the range of attributes children need to become fully-fledged readers.” Sir Jim Rose, CBE “The studies by Professors Charles Hulme and Maggie Snowling and their team over two decades based around the Reading Intervention Programme are the most sustained, comprehensive and rigorous research series on reading yet conducted in the UK. Their increasing focus on children who experience the most dif Ficulty in reading is exactly where attention should be directed. This volume summarises the team’s achievements to date, and is most eagerly awaited.” Greg Brooks, Emeritus Professor of Education, University of Sheffield,Member of European High Level Group of Experts on Literacy “Developing Reading Comprehension presents a landmark study from the top research team in the UK on how to improve reading comprehension. It’s an exemplary masters-level textbook written with undergraduate-level lucidity and approachability.” Colin Harrison, Emeritus Professor of Literacy Studies in Education, University of Nottingham A signi&ficant minority of children aged 7–11, despite being able to read fluently and accurately, have difficulty extracting meaning from text. This detailed guide offers three evidence-based intervention programmes, drawn from the cutting edge of educational psychology, for improving the reading skills of children in this group. It includes a de Finitive introduction to the characteristics of the ‘poor comprehender pro File’, and explains how to monitor and assess students’ experiences and learning outcomes. With invaluable strategies for teachers, psychologists and special educational needs coordinators, the book will help professionals to support learners in their efforts to explore the full richness of language and to read with real understanding.
2013-12-04 By Paula J. Clarke