Reading Fluency in the Middle and Secondary Grades.

@inproceedings{Paige2014ReadingFI,
  title={Reading Fluency in the Middle and Secondary Grades.},
  author={David D. Paige and Theresa Magpuri-Lavell},
  year={2014}
}
In this article we discuss the specifics of reading fluency and provide suggestions for identifying when reading is fluent and when it is not. We then discuss the important role that reading fluency plays in the attainment of literacy achievement and briefly review research results that highlight the relationship between fluency and comprehension. This is followed by a discussion of reading fluency and comprehension data gathered by one of the authors in India that highlight the possibilities… CONTINUE READING

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