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Freebie! One of the keys to teaching reading comprehension is showing kids how proficient readers think about text. Teachers have to find a way to make their thinking visible. One way is with graphic organizers.

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Jordyn Beard
The best way for disfluent readers to become fluent is by reading! These students need to focus on ACCURATE text reading, use decodable text, repeated readings, systemic daily practice of reading words accurately, modeling of fluent reading and encouraging students to read like they are talking. Students need LOTS of opportunities to read text (at their level) using choral, cloze, echo and partner reading. These are great fluency strategies are for interventions. #fluency #fluencystrategies Reading Fluency Strategies, Reading Fluency Activities, Reading Fluency Practice, Partner Reading, Family Activities, Cloze Reading, Decoding Strategies, Teaching Reading Comprehension, Reading Lesson Plans

The best way for disfluent readers to become fluent is by reading! These students need to focus on ACCURATE text reading, use decodable text, repeated readings, systemic daily practice of reading words accurately, modeling of fluent reading and encouraging students to read like they are talking. Students need LOTS of opportunities to read text (at their level) using choral, cloze, echo and partner reading. These are great fluency strategies are for interventions. #fluency #fluencystrategies

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Mind Sparks
Colors and Kindergarten: Reading Skills This is a visual for how students work their way up the Reading Ladder. Kindergarten is working within the levels 1 and 2 throughout the year. When working with your child, please focus on these skills so that they have a solid reading foundation. Success is earned and needs to be worked for. Reading Teacher, Reading Classroom, Reading Writing, Homeschool Reading, Reading Ideas, Classroom Libraries, Classroom Decor, Homeschooling, Reading Groups

Colors and Kindergarten: Reading Skills This is a visual for how students work their way up the Reading Ladder. Kindergarten is working within the levels 1 and 2 throughout the year. When working with your child, please focus on these skills so that they have a solid reading foundation. Success is earned and needs to be worked for.

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Katja Niemeyer