Reading Fluency: Reader's Record I
Reading Fluency: Reader's Record I by Camille Blachowicz
Reading Fluency: Reader's Record I Author: Camille Blachowicz
Title: Reading Fluency: Reader's Record I
ISBN: 0078457068
ISBN13: 978-0078457067
Other Formats: txt rtf mbr lit
Pages: 149 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (April 28, 2003)
Language: English
Category: Teen & Young Adult
Size PDF version: 1752 kb
Size EPUB version: 1496 kb
Subcategory: Education & Reference

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.