Increasing Fluency with State Standards

$325.00

Fluency is as an essential element of every reading program (National Reading Panel, 2000) along with phonemic awareness, phonics, and vocabulary instruction. In order to comprehend fully what they read, children must be able to read fluently whether they are reading silently or aloud. Fluent reading, a characteristic of a good reader, is the ability to read with speed, accuracy, and proper expression. Without accurate reading, students will not have access to the author’s intended meaning and could misinterpret text, while slow reading impairs a student’s capacity to construct an ongoing interpretation of the passage. Poor prosody (or the appropriate use of phrasing and expression[1]) can lead to confusion through inappropriate applications of expression or grouping of words.

 

In this course, you will be introduced to strategies to teach students to read more fluently, to assess their fluency, and to design a program for fluency that blends well into your overall literacy program. You will also explore some strategies for helping English Language Learners achieve fluency. As a final project, you will create a portfolio of resources for students and design one fluency lesson plan.

 

 

 

 

 

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Fluency is as an essential element of every reading program (National Reading Panel, 2000) along with phonemic awareness, phonics, and vocabulary instruction. In order to comprehend fully what they read, children must be able to read fluently whether they are reading silently or aloud. Fluent reading, a characteristic of a good reader, is the ability to read with speed, accuracy, and proper expression.  Without accurate reading, students will not have access to the author’s intended meaning and could misinterpret text, while slow reading impairs a student’s capacity to construct an ongoing interpretation of the passage.  Poor prosody (or the appropriate use of phrasing and expression[1]) can lead to confusion through inappropriate applications of expression or grouping of words.

In this course, you will be introduced to strategies to teach students to read more fluently, to assess their fluency, and to design a program for fluency that blends well into your overall literacy program.  You will also explore some strategies for helping English Language Learners achieve fluency.  As a final project, you will create a portfolio of resources for students and design one fluency lesson plan.

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Credit Offering Institute Information

Once you have completed the registration, which includes paying CLOI's courses fees, you will be provided information to register and pay for the graduate credits or PDPs.

Credit offering institute fees*:

•Gordon College: $75 per credit plus $50 registration fee
•Westfield State University: $300 for 3 graduate credits and $125 for 36 PDPs
•MidAmerica Nazarene University: $205 for 3
graduate credits

*Credit card processing charges, if applicable, are not included.

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