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Re: Fluency Recordings
Wed Nov 25, 2015 06:20

For my middle schoolers, I use quiktime as a way for them to record their fluency. The students create a folder on their macbook to store their recordings. They read texts on their independent level to strengthen their skills. The students read for one minute and record how many words per minute they read each week. The students are able to hear how they are growing as readers. This also enables them to visually see their individual growth.This is also a way for parents to see the importance of having students read texts on their individual level and hear how their student is developing as a reader.

  • Fluency Recordings - Melanie McLeod, Mon Nov 16 19:45
    Hi, Brittany: I like to use apps like Book Creator or Story Creator to have students take photos of the pages of their reader and then record each page of the book to practice fluency. My students... more
    • Re: Fluency Recordings - byrdaw, Wed Nov 25 06:20
      • Recorded readings - shannonsilver, Mon Dec 7 21:05
        What do you have them read and record? Cold reads or something they have read before?
      • Recordings - haleyferrell, Tue Dec 1 12:18
        Last year I had 15 minute literacy rotations in my classroom for a group of four LD students. I had a listening center with various books that I had recorded. One day, one of my students wanted to... more
      • Fluency Timed Readings - Melanie McLeod, Wed Nov 25 08:56
        Adele: I've even had my first graders work with fluency partners and read and record their results after 1-minute timed readings. They enjoyed participating and seeing their fluency word-count rise.... more
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