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The Connection Between Oral Skills & Reading Fluency | Latest ...

The orthography of literary systems is primarily one of phonetic representation; in other words, written words are representations of their spoken counterparts. This means that learning to read is a process of relating written ...
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First Grade Literacy

First Grade Literacy | Reading | Scoop.it
The 1st grade fluency center bundle is on the 1st grade reading level and is aligned with K, 1st, and 2nd grade Common Core Standards.
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Notes For All Subjects: Reading Comprehension - Passages ...

Notes For All Subjects: Reading Comprehension - Passages ... | Reading | Scoop.it
Reading Comprehension - Passages - Practice With Exercise. Reading Comprehension Entrance Test Preparation For ECAT & MCAT. Passage No: 2 (exercise). First Read carefully then solve exercise. Democratic societies from the earliest ...
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iPads in Education

iPads in Education | Reading | Scoop.it
K12 Timed Reading & Comprehension Practice lets readers practice fluency, the ability to read smoothly and quickly, and comprehension, the ability to understand what was read.
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Fluency in reading – Is it caught or taught? | Teacher to Mum

Fluency in reading – Is it caught or taught? | Teacher to Mum | Reading | Scoop.it
Whispered reflections about being a mindful parent (by Teacher2mum)
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Your First-Grader Is Going to Be a High School Dropout - TIME

Your First-Grader Is Going to Be a High School Dropout - TIME | Reading | Scoop.it
Your First-Grader Is Going to Be a High School Dropout
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Kids who haven't made the leap to fast, fluent reading begin at this moment to fall further behind. (MORE: Why Third Grade Is So Important: The “Matthew Effect”).
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