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FLUENCY. Kids need to read fluently. Fluency. has a reciprocal relationship with comprehension, each fosters the other. Fluency. Definition: the ability to read accurately, quickly, effortlessly, and with appropriate expression and meaning. It also refers to silent reading.
FLUENCY. Presentation for the Iowa Department of Education Des Moines, Iowa - December 10 & 12, 2002 Salli Forbes The University of Iowa. Why is fluency important?. Why is fluency important?. Why is fluency important?. Why is fluency important?. Why is fluency important?.
Fluency . Chapter 5. What is FLUENCY. The ability to read and write effortlessly and efficiently Video. Reading Fluency. Ability to read with : Accuracy Speed Prosody. Accuracy. Read familiar words automatically To identify unfamiliar words almost as quickly
Fluency. Grades 2-5 Planning Session Presentation October 2010. The Big Five. Phonemic Awareness Phonics Fluency Vocabulary Comprehension. Fluency is not just fast reading. Reading Accurately Reading at a suitable rate (not too slowly or too fast)
Fluency. From Building Fluency: Lessons and Strategies for Reading Success By Wiley Blevins. A Definition. Fluency is the ability to read smoothly, easily, and readily with freedom from word recognition problems
Fluency. Speech Communications and Reading Mrs. Blackwell. What is fluency?. Reading quickly, accurately, and with expression. Combines rate and accuracy Requires automaticity (reading automatically) Includes reading with prosody (tone, inflection, etc.) Rate + Accuracy = Fluency.
Lorie Hoeft- Charles City CSDSherri Imoehl- North Fayette CSDHeidi Meyer- MFL Mar Mac CSDDr. Penny Beed- University of Northern Iowa. Objectives. 1. Define fluency
Fluency. Birmingham School District December 6, 2011 Michele Farah PhD Early Literacy Consultant Oakland Schools. Understand the importance of oral reading fluency Define and describe oral reading fluency Differentiate between its components
Fluency. Practice Makes Perfect! (And It Can Be Lots of Fun, Too!). Put Reading First: The Research Building Blocks for Teaching Children to Read OCR Program Appendix CA Framework & Standards. The Fluency Triangle. Instruct. Assess. Practice. Fluency Assessment. DATA ANALYSIS!!