Helping your child with Reading Fluency. Presented by: Mr. Koga F.D.Roosevelt Elementary TIIP. Five Big Ideas in Reading. Each idea is essential but NOT sufficient ALONE to achieve reading mastery Phonemic awareness Alphabetic principle Fluency Vocabulary
Helping your child with Reading Fluency
Each idea is essentialbut NOT sufficientALONE to achieve reading mastery
Ability to read text smoothly, easily, and quickly
Without reading fluency, readers place so much mental energy on “how to read” that those energies are not available for comprehension or making meaning of “whatthey have read.”
Read words quickly, correctly, and without hesitation.
Reading is a pleasurable activity, so they read more.
Spend more time independent reading, which not only increases comprehension, but also their vocabulary, background knowledge, decoding, and fluency skills.
“Rich get richer, and the poor get poorer.”
3 - Meets standard
three or four word phrases
Attends to most punctuation.
4 - Exceeds standard
Longer, meaningful phrases
Guided by meaning and punctuation.
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