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WHAT RESEARCH HAS TO SAY ABOUT FLUENCY INSTRUCTION
a comprehensive research guide for classroom teachers on fluency that offers a range of expert perspectives on key aspects of fluency including history, definitions, instruction and development, and measurement and assessment.

includes bibliographical references (p. 223-226) and indexes.;a brief history of reading fluency -- toward a model of reading fluency -- instruction and development of reading fluency in struggling readers -- fluency: a developmental and language perspective -- fluency: still waiting after all these years -- building reading fluency: cognitive, behavioral, and socioemotional factors and the role of peer-mediated learning -- reading fluency: critical issues for struggling readers -- perspectives on fluency: english-language learners and students with dyslexia -- curriculum-based measurement of

oral reading: an indicator of growth in fluency -- becoming fluent: repeated reading with scaffolded texts.
Condition
New
Interest Level
Professional
Publisher
INTERNATIONAL READING ASSOC.
Copyright
2006
Catalog ID
3324398
ISBN-10
0872075877
ISBN-13
9780872075870
Language
English
 




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