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  • Emily Preisler

    This blog has great teaching ideas!

  • Gabriela Llamas

    fluency anchor chart

  • Judy Gohlke

    Teaching My Friends!: Reader's Workshop

  • Jess Lee

    Explicit teaching reading strategies

  • Samantha Cunningham

    Fluency #1 This is something good to have hanging out in the reading center. Students who are reading with a buddy or to a stuffed animal can take a look at this and make sure that they are completing everything that is listed. This will give them practice on becoming a fluent reader, and they can self-check each other just by looking at this.

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Expanding Vocabulary: Vocabulary goals when reading anchor chart. This site also has others related to fluency, comprehension, etc.

I just gave this freebie a SERIOUS MAKEOVER! Feel free to swing by and pick up a much-improved version of the file for FREE!!!! :) If you get a minute, I would love if you would provide some feedback! I spent a LOT of time improving it :)

fluency -Tip to Help kids understand Punctuation as they learn to read

FREE - Reading fluency is such an important part of reading. Yet it's hard to find time in a busy schedule to devote to fluency activities. This is a center that two students can work together to improve their fluency skills.

Clear fluency description. Readers Theater builds fluency partly by motivating repeated readings. What a fun way to learn!

This is ALL I try to tell them, wrapped up as one awesome bookmark! YES!

Where do readers read? Anchor Chart do with students first week! I've always done this in list form, but I love the web!

reading fluency mini-lessons and anchor chart leading to a fluency contest

Tracking My Fluency Growth - Pinned by #PediaStaff. Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

This download makes a great poster for the classroom. it's a visual reminder for students

I love this entry about creating writer's workshop anchor charts. She also talks about reading Click Clack Moo to talk about why we write. I need to do this lesson in the first few weeks of school!

Fluency anchor chart...so happy kids are actually taught this stuff these days....don't remember a single lesson on fluency growing up.