Fluent reading means you read accurately, at a good pace, and with expression. It also means you understand what you read. Being a fluent reader takes practice! Have fun recording yourself reading a page from your book. 1. Click Add Response. 2. Take a picture of a page from your book. 3. Use the mic to record yourself reading the page. 4. 👂 Listen to yourself read. Think: What did I do well? 5. Click the green check to add to your journal.
Fluency bridges word recognition and comprehension. Students develop reading fluency with practice! Students practice reading appropriate texts with accuracy, at the right pace, and with expression. How to use this activity: - Students use this activity with their independent reading books at a literacy center or station. - Students can also complete this independently at their desks or at home. - Have students practice the same passage multiple times (repeated reading): Duplicate the page, and have students practice over multiple days. Students click Draft to save their work as they go. - Or, upload a photo of a passage you want students to practice reading. Optional: Record a video of you modeling how to read the passage with fluency! Standard(s): CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.RF.K-5.4