Reading Fluency &   Intervention SolutionsLaura Metz UMUC Graduate Student
So What is Reading Fluency?2. One of the five key reading components according to the   National Reading Panel (2000)3. A ...
Students Can Meet the Goal!
How Reading Fluency Is MeasuredDIBELS Next DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency2. Teacher meets with student one-on-one with DIBELS...
The Problem: Once students have been assessed,teachers want to help disfluent readers, but theyhave other students with mo...
The Solution: Teachers can useeducational technology to helpimprove reading fluency withstudents that are at some-risk!
Technology InterventionsStudents can learn to use technologies like sound recordinghardware and eBooks in order to help th...
ResourcesSlide 1 http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Education/Pix/pictures/2009/12/8/1260268980675/Schoolgirl-working-on-...
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  1. 1. Reading Fluency & Intervention SolutionsLaura Metz UMUC Graduate Student
  2. 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. 3. Students Can Meet the Goal!
  4. 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. 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. 6. The Solution: Teachers can useeducational technology to helpimprove reading fluency withstudents that are at some-risk!
  7. 7. Technology InterventionsStudents can learn to use technologies like sound recordinghardware and eBooks in order to help them improve their fluency!
  8. 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. 9. Reading Fluency & Intervention SolutionsLaura Metz UMUC Graduate Student
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