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Tiered Fluency Instruction: Supporting Diverse Learners in Grades 2-5
Tiered Fluency Instruction: Supporting Diverse Learners in Grades 2-5
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Tiered Fluency Instruction: Supporting Diverse Learners in Grades 2-5

Fluency is an important part of comprehension, but how can teachers make sure they're providing the support that all readers need? Tiered Fluency Instruction: Supporting Learners in Grades 2-5 will help teachers meet this challenge. This resource will provide fluency support for all students, including disfluent readers. Chapters are included on RTI Tiers, assessment and ways to integrate technology. 

 
ISBN978-1-4966-0803-1
Text TypeInformational Text
SubjectProfessional Development
Page Count128
Copyright2017
SeriesMaupin House
Paperback
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$24.95
 


 
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Laura Robb, author of The Intervention Toolkit, Shell Education

"Classroom and resource teachers will find Tiered Fluency Instruction an extremely valuable resource, one they'll turn to again and again! … Each chapter has a wide range of fluency lessons to choose from, as well as helpful examples from lower and upper elementary classrooms. Procedures for each type of fluency instruction are clear and easy to implement. This is a must-have book for every teacher and resource specialist who works with students in grades in K to 8!" - Laura Robb, author of The Intervention Toolkit, Shell Education

July 20, 2016

Mary Catherine Page, M.S.Ed., Instructional Teacher Advisor, Corpus Christi ISD

"Whether you are a new teacher yearning to learn the best research based approaches to fluency, or an experienced and seasoned teacher who finds themselves in a rut and in need of fresh new ideas, this book is for you. Young and Rasinski give in depth and detailed examples of ways to monitor Response to Intervention, which all classroom teachers need. The way they lay out each technique is just how a teacher would put them to use in a classroom setting…" - Mary Catherine Page, M.S.Ed., Instructional Teacher Advisor, Corpus Christi ISD

July 20, 2016

Dr. D. Ray Reutzel, Dean of the College of Education at the University of Wyomin

"For classroom teachers committed to continuing the inclusion of fluency development in their elementary school reading curriculum, this resource is a must have. Its practical approach provides multiple illustrative classroom cases, making the use of the fluency instruction and assessments provided within this new book very accessible. Get this resource; it will be well worth the investment." - Dr. D. Ray Reutzel, Dean of the College of Education at the University of Wyomin

July 20, 2016

 

Wiley Blevins, author and educational consultant

"Young and Rasinski offer a practical, easy-to-use, resource chock full of engaging and effective activities to build students' fluency. What is brilliant about this book is its organization. Activities are divided into those suitable for whole group (all students), small group (students needing additional support), and one-on-one (students needing intensive support), helping teachers select those just-right activities to meet the specific needs of each student… I especially loved the chapter on integrating technology, which offers highly motivating up-to-date methods to fine-tune current fluency instruction in ways teachers and students will love…" - Wiley Blevins, author and educational consultant

July 20, 2016

Jerry L. Johns, Ph.D., No. IL University, Distinguished Teaching Prof. Emeritus

"This helpful and easy-to-use resource will be valuable for classroom teachers as well as those who are charged with providing specialized instruction to students who struggle in reading." - Jerry L. Johns, Ph.D., No. IL University, Distinguished Teaching Prof. Emeritus

August 12, 2016

Chase Young

Chase Young

Dr. Chase Young is an associate professor in the Department of Language, Literacy, and Special Populations at Sam Houston State University. Dr. Young received his PhD in Reading Education from the University of North Texas, where he was named the 2011 Outstanding Doctoral Student in Reading Education. Previously, he was the Silverman Endowed Chair in Literacy at Texas A&M University in Corpus Christi. Prior to entering higher education, he taught in the primary grades and served as an elementary reading specialist. Dr. Young’s primary research interests include reading fluency, supporting struggling readers, and integrating technology in elementary literacy instruction. He served as the editor of the Journal of Teacher Action Research and the co-editor of the Texas Journal of Literacy Education. In 2014 the Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers selected him to receive the Jerry Johns Promising Researcher Award. His research has appeared in such journals as the Journal of Educational Research, Reading Teacher, and Literacy Research and Instruction. 

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