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Jamestown's "Reading Fluency" series, a research-based approach to increasing fluency, can help students become more fluent readers. Students work in pairs and, at comfortable levels, practice reading aloud smoothly, accurately, and expressively. One student reads aloud a narrative fiction or nonfiction passage from the non-consumable "Reader". A partner uses the consumable "Reader's Record", marking errors and scoring the oral reading. Repeated readings encourage students to improve their fluency. The Teacher Notes include: research background on the importance of fluent reading; techniques for using the materials; ideas for using the materials for placement and assessment; other ways to develop oral fluency; and, research references.
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