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This presentation describes reading fluency and what teachers find difficult about fluency interventions in the classroom.

This presentation describes reading fluency and what teachers find difficult about fluency interventions in the classroom.

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  • 1. Reading Fluency & Intervention SolutionsLaura Metz UMUC Graduate Student
  • 2. So What is Reading Fluency?2. One of the five key reading components according to the National Reading Panel (2000)3. A common cause of reading comprehension difficulty4. The ability to read accurately and naturally with expression5. Reading without any real effort being exerted like shifting gears in a vehicle
  • 3. Students Can Meet the Goal!
  • 4. How Reading Fluency Is MeasuredDIBELS Next DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency2. Teacher meets with student one-on-one with DIBELS materialsand a timer3. Teacher administers assessment, which take a little over twominutes for Progress Monitoring4. Accuracy and reading rate are recorded several times a year inorder to ensure student is making good progress towards the endof year goal5. 3rd grade students should be reading 110+ words per minute bythe end of the school year
  • 5. The Problem: Once students have been assessed,teachers want to help disfluent readers, but theyhave other students with more severe readingdifficulties. So what can they do?
  • 6. The Solution: Teachers can useeducational technology to helpimprove reading fluency withstudents that are at some-risk!
  • 7. Technology InterventionsStudents can learn to use technologies like sound recordinghardware and eBooks in order to help them improve their fluency!
  • 8. ResourcesSlide 1 http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Education/Pix/pictures/2009/12/8/1260268980675/Schoolgirl-working-on-com-001.jpgSlide 3 http://teachersinsport.files.wordpress.com/2011/05/kids-finish-line.jpgSlide 5 http://werepair.org/cms/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/burnout.jpgSlide 6 http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-MCZgrAuMa-k/T0sjCDbOWOI/AAAAAAAAALU/EMjTPGPOipc/s1600/HendricksonFluency2.jpgSlide 7 http://www.linkfitfitness.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/thumbs-up-istock_000005604144medium.jpg
  • 9. Reading Fluency & Intervention SolutionsLaura Metz UMUC Graduate Student