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Reading Fluency
Reading Fluency
Kisa Tiedeman
Thursday, September 26, 2019

Reading Fluency 

Reading with fluency is important because it allows students to focus on making meaning from the text rather than devoting time and energy to sounding out words.

Fluency can be developed by modeling fluent reading and engaging students in repeated oral readings.  Additional strategies to aid in improving fluency are:

7 Research-Based Strategies to Help Your Child with Reading Fluency

1. Read Aloud to Your Child/Student

2. Use Choral Reading

3. Use Echo Reading

4. Use Repeated Reading

5. Use a Rapid Word Recognition Chart

6. Read Audio-Read Along Books

7. Encourage Independent Reading About Topics of Interest

Working on fluency at home will help your child become a better, more fluent reader.  Thus, an improvement in reading fluency will increase your child's overall academic abilities.