Reading Fluency Studies
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5
Maryanne explains the complexity and importance of fluent reading. What is fluency? Listen
Use the Oral Fluency Assessment Calculator when you administer tests with your students. Oral Fluency Assessment is an accurate and easy way to predict comprehension ability, determine reading fluency, and establish whether students need to be further assessed for decoding.
Put theory to practice with these instructional sample resources on fluency.
A brief look at a history of research on reading fluency reveals how complicated and how important it is for reading's development in the child.
Fluency resources to help you implement theory into good teaching practice.
Answers to the four most common questions about reading fluency: 1) what is it?; 2) why do so many struggling readers have great difficulty in becoming fluent readers?; 3) how can we predict who is going to have trouble becoming a fluent reader?; 4) what contributes to making a fluent reader?