Researchers know that in most cases, comprehension problems stem from weak reading fluency. Previously, educators were interested with students’ ability to decode words accurately. Now, the focus is on decoding accurately and quickly.
A quick look at the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) website shows there are many ways to increase fluency, such as repeated reading, buddy reads, choral reading, drop reading, and echo reading among others. All are research-based and proven to increase fluency over time, but what strategies should you use for your students?
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