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Increasing Fluency with High Frequency Word Phrases Grade 4

By Rasinski, Timothy
  • ISBN Code: : 1618139037
  • Publisher : Shell Education
  • Pages : 98
  • Category : Education
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Immerse your fourth graders in research-based practice aimed to develop fluency. Increasing Fluency with High Frequency Word Phrases<\i> offers 20 creative lessons that analyze high frequency practice to gain word recognition, expression, and fluency with comprehension questions to evaluate mastery. A fluency rubric and reference list of oral reading strategies are included to support learning success. Based on Dr. Timothy’s expert fluency research and Dr. Edward Fry’s Instant Words<\i>, this resource is aligned with college and career readiness standards and provides an important reading foundation. An Audio CD with oral readings of phrases and reading selections is included.

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