Fluency is reading with accuracy, speed, and understanding. Students who struggle with fluency may read slowly, in a monotone, ignoring punctuation, or in choppy start-and-stop rhythms. Support these students with tools that allow for repeated readings and performance, and model expressive reading with audiobooks, e-books, and your own live readings. Watch this short video for ideas and strategies for improving fluency with technology.
Quick View: Improving Fluency with Technology - Assisted Reading
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