Reading Fluency Intervention Strategies and Techniques. 1. Does repeated reading alone show students gaining at least 10% reading comprehension skills of dysfluent reader?
1. Does repeated reading alone show students gaining at least 10% reading comprehension skills of dysfluent reader?
2. Does listening to a passage out loud show students gaining at least 10% reading comprehension skills of a dysfluent reader?
3. Does repeated reading with the intervention from a teacher while reading a passage for the first time show students gaining at least 10% reading comprehension?
4. Do students choose the reading fluency intervention that showed the most growth in their reading comprehension percent of correct answers?
which they were functioning in vocabulary recognition.
It is important for students with special needs that struggle with reading fluency and comprehension to know their best reading techniques and strategies to help them overcome their disability. Students with reading disabilities need to begin to understand their academic strengths and weaknesses. It is important that teachers and intervention specialists continue to support special needs students in their understanding of their disability and to support the best practice for them to continue with their success in reading. There must be an ongoing data driven progress-monitoring screening to support these students in their future success as readers. This study provides a window into how reading fluency and comprehension can be enhanced by the right technique and strategies for individual students with reading disabilities. But of most importance is that the struggling reader know and understand what is there own best way to learn how to reading and comprehend what they read. I will continue to work with my special needs students on how to determine their individual style of learning and succeeding. I will also work with the school’s Intervention Assistance Team (IAT) to work with other students in the building who are struggling with the reading process. I will also work closely with our school’s reading specialist to keep up with the most up to date practices, data collecting and monitoring student’s progress. Most importantly I will continue to work with special needs students to instill in them that they can succeed and work up to their potential, just like their typical learning peers.