Oral Reading Fluency
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The paper explains that the goal of the research is to focus on oral reading fluency and determine the most appropriate methods for increasing the skills needed to acquire proficiency in third grade students. The paper argues that establishing methods that have been successful in this area will not only lead to higher DRA, Dibels and AR scores, but will increase the students' confidence level across the curriculum. Furthermore, the paper asserts that the instructional habits of teachers will be improved in a manner that will address the needs of the students more effectively.
From the Paper:"Research that has been conducted in relation to oral fluency in reading suggests that there is not a clear consensus regarding the solutions to oral fluency issues. While Porter, Castillo, Curtis and Batsche (2005) confirm that there are significant problems that can arise out of a student's low oral fluency rates, the theories that address resolving the issue in grades K-3 each draw different conclusions. For example, Armbruster and Osborn (2001) contend that monitored reading is an ineffective approach to increasing oral reading fluency. However, the Accelerated reading (AR) Program is constructed on the principle that..."
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