Oral Reading Fluency Term Paper by Jay Writtings LLC

Oral Reading Fluency
A discussion of five methods to develop fluency in beginning readers, based on Lisa Blau's work, "Five Surefire Strategies for Developing Reading Fluency."
# 119149 | 899 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2010 | US
Published on Apr 05, 2010 in Education (Reading) , Education (Teaching Methods)


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Description:

This paper discusses fluency in reading and methods for developing fluency in beginning readers in the classroom. The paper focuses on and discusses five methods, supported by current research, which are described by Lisa Blau in "Five Surefire Strategies for Developing Reading Fluency." The paper then presents a learning module that uses Dr. Seuss books and activities to demonstrate the use of the five strategies.

Table of Contents:
Model Fluent Reading
Repeated Reading in Class
Promote Phased Reading
Use Tutors
Readers' Theater

From the Paper:

"Day 5. Readers Theater! Today students have the opportunity to perform for other classes or parents. Each student is given a phrase or character to read, has the opportunity to practice with a tutor and together as a class. Students will concentrate on having fun with the phrase and using fluency and intonation to deliver a lively presentation. An oral presentation for family and friends will create a pleasurable completion to the weeks learning and can be used to promote the use of these skills at home. The teacher can provide handouts for implementing the five strategies at home."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Blau, L., 5 Surefire Strategies for Developing Reading Fluency, Scholastic Inc., 2000 retrieved from http:teacher.scholastic.com on April 16, 2006
  • Honig, B., Teaching Our Children to Read: The Role of Skills in a Comprehensive Reading Program, Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 1996.
  • National Reading Panel, Teaching Children How to Read: An evidence based assessment of the scientific research literature on reading and its implications for reading instruction, Washington, D.C: NICHD, 2000.
  • Sing Spell Read and Write, Research Paper, retrieved from http:www.pearson learning.com on April 16, 2006
  • What is K-W-L, Know-Want to Know-Learned, 1998, retrieved from http://olc.spsd.sk.ca on April 17, 2006

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