Oral Reading Fluency :book: (Reasons (Underdeveloped literacy experience ,…
Oral Reading Fluency :book:
It refers to how well you can read, taking into account how smooth, quick and clearly you read.
Peer-assisted (paired) reading
Reading assisted using a tape
Slide and Glide
It helps the learner close the gap between recognising a word and understanding what it means.
This has a huge effect on language development because if the child battles to read, they would not cope well in a normal school environment with things like tests etc.
Underdeveloped literacy experience
Child has received poor reading instruction :red_cross:
Non-verbal learning disability
Slow at processing
Reading environment (noisy )
Reading at a good, steady pace
Reading without stumbling
Reading with expression
Reading the correct words
Independent reading (Silent reading)
Read silently to themselves in class and at home with no feedback or guidance. (Practice makes perfect)
Guided and repeated reading (Loud Reading)
Reading out loud with guidance and feedback from the teacher.