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?what is FLUENCYWhat does it mean to be ﬂuent? Fluency to us isaccomplishing a task effortlessly. Students areﬂuent when they complete tasks automatically,ﬂuidly, rapidly, quickly, and accurately. Studentslearn how to read chunks of meaning -- phrases,sentences, paragraphs -- as they summarize ideasand anticipate the next thought while their eyesﬂow across a sea of print. Regie Routmanreminds us, “...ﬂuency without comprehension isnot reading, it si calling words.”Practical Fluency: Classroom Perspectives, Grades K-6
effectiveness pace conﬁdence mastery focus competence character skill ﬂow effortlessness
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?afﬂuent ¦ aﬂoōənt; ə ﬂoō-¦adjective1 (esp. of a group or area) having a great deal of money;wealthy : the afﬂuent societies of the western world | [as plural n. ] ( theafﬂuent) only the afﬂuent could afford to travel abroad. See note atwealthy .2 archaic (of water) ﬂowing freely or in great quantity.noun archaica tributary stream.DERIVATIVESafﬂuence nounafﬂuently adverbORIGIN late Middle English (sense 2) : via Old French fromLatin afﬂuent- ‘ﬂowing toward, ﬂowing freely,’ from the verbafﬂuere, from ad- ‘to’ + ﬂuere ‘to ﬂow.’
ﬂuent lead will the and the literate will be left behind.
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