Measuring Reading FluencyBy Closing the Gap, Vol. 21, No. 5, p. 21
Publication Date: December 2002/January 2003
Article about The Reading Fluency Monitor, which is described as a reliable, valid, and efficient way for teachers to measure a student's reading skills quickly, regularly, and accurately. The program comes with kindergarten letter-naming passages, as well as passages for grades one through eight, with both fiction and nonfiction texts. The Reading Fluency Monitor is recommended to be administered three times a year. The instructor can track student, class, and school scores, which can be compared with national averages.
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