The ability to process print accurately and easily is central to skilled reading.  Helping students become fluent readers involves concentrating on building automatic word recognition, enhancing the rate or speed of reading, and working on phrasing and expression in reading (prosody).  Find out more  about  fluency here.  Fluency instruction should be fun and engaging.  You can help readers become fluent by being a great model, supporting practice and providing many opportunities for students to explore and grow their skill. 

The Fluency resource sets below present easy-to-follow information about effective fluency instruction and provide some great off-the-peg ideas you can use in your classroom tomorrow!  Follow the video and reading links to deepen your professional knowledge. 





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