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  • Author:
    Danielle Blood
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    0439531322
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    Scholastic Teaching Resources (Teaching (May 1, 2007)
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Teacher read-alouds demonstrate the power of stories. By showing students the ways that involvement with text engages us, we give them energy for learning how reading works. Reading aloud to students should include think-aloud or interactive elements and focus intentionally on the meaning within the text, about the text, and beyond the text (Fountas & Pinnell, 2006, . 3). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.

Why is fluency important to reading comprehension? A non fluent reader puts a. .And that is to simply read, read, and read some more.

Why is fluency important to reading comprehension? A non fluent reader puts a large amount of effort into decoding words. By the time such a reader finishes a sentence, he or she may forget what the sentence was even about. Allowing a budding young reader to ignore fluency does much more harm than good because it’s basically allowing them to practice bad reading. One way teachers have tried to avoid this is by taking a simplistic approach to improving fluency. The basic premise behind this strategy is that the more students read, the more likely fluency will develop on its own.

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Read-Aloud Passages and Strategies to Model Fluency, Grades 5-6 : More Than 20 Teacher Read-Alouds with Discussion Questions, Think-Alouds, and Tips That Support Students' Fluency Development and Comprehension. A quick and easy way to integrate fluency into the curriculum! For use with Grades 5-6.

Prior to reading a story aloud, remind students that they will be working on their sequencing skills. Depending on your lesson, you might say, "As we read, let's think about what happens during the beginning, middle, and end of the story," or "After we finish reading, we're going to try to retell the story.

Help students build fluency and comprehension by modeling fluent reading with these engaging read-aloud passages and mini-lessons. Each passage includes reading tips and think-alouds to emphasize different aspects of fluency, as well as discussion questions to assess comprehension. A quick and easy way to integrate fluency into the curriculum! For use with Grades 5-6.