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Description: This Science of Reading inforgraphic shows the What, Why and How of Phonological Awareness, Phonics, Fluency and Vocabulary which all lead to Comprehension. This infographic is from R.I.S.E. Arkansas.
Description: DIBELS ® (Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills) is a set of procedures and measures for assessing the acquisition of literacy skills. They are designed to be short (one minute) fluency measures that can be used to regularly detect risk and monitor the development of early literacy and early reading skills in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Description: This practice guide provides four evidence-based recommendations that teachers can use to deliver reading intervention to meet the needs of their students.                 
Description: This site includes the recordings of the Keynote: Transforming the Family Tree Through Literacy by Tracy Weeden as well as 6 other presentations.   Check out: 1B: Structured Literacy Instruction for Tier 1 by Louise Spear-Swerling 2A: Reading Fluency: Essential Reading Comprehension by Jan Hasbrouck 2B: Choosing and Learning Decodable Text by Wiley Blevins
Description: The Supporting Literacy at Home Guides in English and Spanish provides parents with suggestions for supporting their children's literacy development at home, through a culturally and linguistically responsive approach to shared reading. Parents and family members are encouraged to engage in interactive reading and discussion in Spanish and/or English and their funds of knowledge are tapped by connecting the text to the families' culture and background experiences. Parents learn to use...
Description: This tool is designed to help guide parents, caregivers, and professionals in recording the presence of important reading, writing, and language skills in Kindergarten through 5th grade. It is important to note this tool is not intended to be used as a formal screener or diagnostic tool for learning disabilities, including risk for dyslexia. This tool will provide a list of personalized resources and not a score or percentile rank.
Description: What is chunking? Teacher tip: A simple technique to help your child read fluently. Games to build Reading Chunking Skills The Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) offers several activities to build chunking skills. Visit the 4th and 5th grade page and scroll to find FLUENCY. Reading Chunks Division Decisions Chunk It Up!
Description: What is Reading Expression?  YouTube Video: Read With Expression - Reading Strategy 2nd Grade YouTube Video: Fluency: Reading with Expression How to assess Reading Expression: Fluency Rubric Instructional Activities to build Reading Expression: The Florida Center for Reading Research, FCRR, offers several activities to build reading expression. Visit the 4th and 5th grade page then scroll to find FLUENCY. Impressive Expressive Visit the 2nd and 3rd grade page then...
Description: What is Reading Rate? Reading speed and fluency: What you need to know Instructional Activities to build rate: The Florida Center for Reading Research offers several activities to build rate. Visit the 4th and 5th grade page and scroll to find FLUENCY. Quick Sort Visit the 4th and 5th grade page then scroll to find FLUENCY. Give Me Five  Visit the 2nd and 3rd grade page then scroll to find FLUENCY. Word Sprint
Description: Learn what reading fluency is, why it is critical to make sure that students have sufficient fluency, how we should assess fluency, and how to best provide practice and support for all students.
Description: What is accuracy? YouTube Video: Mastering Reading Accuracy How to assess Accuracy? Reading Assessment Tips: Measuring Accuracy and Fluency (Education World) Instructional Activities to build accuracy: The Florida Center for Reading Research, FCRR, offers several activities to build accuracy. Visit the kindergarten and 1st grade page and scroll to find FLUENCY. Speedy Phrases. Visit the 2nd and 3rd grade page then scroll to find FLUENCY. Pick-A-Part.  Visit the 4th and 5th grade page...