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Fluency Interventions. Learning targets. I can identify at least two strategies I already use or will use in the future to increase students fluency. I know the different resources available in my building that specifically work on fluency.

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Fluency interventions

Fluency Interventions


Learning targets

Learning targets

  • I can identify at least two strategies I already use or will use in the future to increase students fluency.

  • I know the different resources available in my building that specifically work on fluency.

  • I have a plan for how I will intervene with my students on improving their fluency.


Fluency interventions

Reading Intervention Materials Training Matrix


Fluency what it is and why it is important

Fluency: What it is and why it is important


Fluent readers

Fluent Readers

  • Read words accurately

  • Recognize words AUTOMATICALLY, giving attention to comprehension

  • Group words together quickly, not concentrating on decoding

  • Read aloud effortlessly, with expression, prosody


Automaticity

Automaticity

  • Is quick, accurate recognition of letters and words 

  • Frees cognitive resources to process meaning 

  • Is achieved through corrected practice


Working memory and automaticity

Working Memory and Automaticity

Colorado Reading First


Why is reading fluency important

Why is Reading Fluency Important?

“Fluency provides a bridge between word recognition and comprehension.”

-National Institute for Literacy (NIFL) 2001, p.22


9 steps to building fluency pikulski chard 2005

9 Steps to Building FluencyPikulski & Chard, 2005

1.Develop phonemic awareness, letter knowledge & phonics foundations

2.Increase vocabulary and oral language skills

3.Effectively teach high frequency words

4.Teach common word parts and spelling patterns

5.Teach/practice decoding skills (including multi-syllabic)

6.Provide students time in appropriate text to build fluent reading skills

7.Use guided oral repeated reading strategies

8.Support and encourage wide reading

9.Implement screening and progress monitoring assessments


Research based instructional strategies

Research Based Instructional Strategies


Strategies to incorporate to enhance fluency

Strategies to incorporate to enhance Fluency

  • Echo Reading

    • Practice reading previously read text with accuracy, fluency, and expression

    • Teacher reads text first, students read same text aloud


Strategies to incorporate to enhance fluency1

Strategies to incorporate to enhance Fluency

  • Cloze Reading

    • Teacher reads the selection, teacher pauses on meaningful words, students read word chorally

    • Can modify with boys read, girls read, table groups, etc.


Strategies to incorporate to enhance fluency2

Strategies to incorporate to enhance Fluency

  • Phrasing fluency practice

    • Cluster reading into appropriate phrases, rather than reading word-by-word.

    • Appropriate phrasing helps the reader to understand the passage


Partner reading

Partner reading

  • Intentional pairing of students to practice reading

    • Examples: low student with medium student, medium with high, lowest readers in triads

    • Procedures for partner reading

      • explicit, modeled and practiced (including: seating arrangement; length of reading (sentences, paragraphs, pages, etc)

      • correction procedure (ex: “Stop Check”, “The word is ____”, “Can you figure out that word?”)


Repeated readings

Repeated readings

  • Reading the same text numerous times with the goal being increased rate each time

    • Whisper read

    • Hot and cold timings

    • Graph and rubric

  • Whole group chorally or partners


Strategies to incorporate to enhance fluency3

Strategies to incorporate to enhance Fluency

  • Readers Theater

  • This approach provides a realistic opportunity for students to read orally and practice their use of information, inflection and fluency. It is helpful not only for fluency but also for comprehension because the students must decide how to convey their interpretation of the text – through their oral reading/performance == to an audience.

  • Suggested Procedure:

  • Students select texts/tasks, or they are assigned parts/roles for a “performance.”

  • Students practice reading the text and/or completing the task, getting help from others before the performance with unfamiliar words, phrasing, intonation, and expression.

  • Students read their scripts/texts or perform their tasks orally for an audience.


One on one fluency practice

One on one fluency practice

1. Identify DIBELS ORF goal on graph

2. Preview Passage

Student reads, you correct errors, help blend, etc.

 3. Show student where the “goal word” is in the passage ie. the 110th word for a 3rd grader

 4. Time Student for 1 minute

 5. After Timing

Point out errors

Graph results

 6. Next day

If met goal, go on to next passage

If did NOT meet goal, read passage again (continue this each day until goal is reached)


Important instructional practices

Important instructional practices

  • Drop and listen

  • Immediate error correction


Round robin is dead

Round Robin is Dead!!!


Why isn t round robin reading effective to use to develop fluent readers

Why Isn’t Round Robin Reading Effective to Use to Develop Fluent Readers?

  • Round Robin Reading…

    • Provides limited engagement

    • Gives an inaccurate view of reading

    • Promotes faulty reading habits

    • Invites inattention and disruption

    • Gets in the way of effective strategies

    • Consumes valuable classroom time that could be spent in more meaningful ways

    • Causes anxiety and embarrassment

    • Hampers listening comprehension


Skill builders six minute solution

Skill Builders six minute solution


Skill builders

Skill Builders

  • Sight words

  • Phrases

  • Sentences

  • Paragraphs

    • Fiction text


6 minute solution

6 Minute Solution

  • Primary

  • Intermediate

  • Words

  • Phrases

  • Sentences

    • Non-Fictional text


Fresh reads

Fresh Reads

  • Fresh Reads are available as blackline master and online.

  • Fresh reads connect vocabulary and theme to the basal story for the week.


Next steps fluency and comprehension

Next Steps: Fluency and Comprehension


Fluency comprehension

FluencyComprehension

  • Fluency Folder

    • Retelling with pictures

    • Summary paragraph frame (6 Minute Solutions)

    • IVF summary


Fluency in the 90 minutes

Fluency in the 90 minutes


Next steps

Next Steps

  • Make Your Plan

    • Identify how you will incorporate fluency practice INTO the 90 minute block.

      • What materials will you use?

      • When will you incorporate fluency?

      • What strategy(ies) will you use?

      • How will you know if the practice is making a difference?

        AND/OR

    • Identify how you will incorporate fluency practice OUTSIDE the 90 minute block.

      • What materials will you use?

      • When will you incorporate fluency?

      • What strategy(ies) will you use?

      • How will you know if the practice is making a difference?


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