Follow along on your copy word by word with your pencil. Write this in the chart at the bottom, along with the date of the reading. Mistakes and self-correction will be accounted for in the score. After one minute, say "Stop," stop the stopwatch, and circle the last word read.
This partner then marks the number of words read on the table at the bottom of the page. After several readings the partners then switch roles. If the student has extreme difficulty, stop the test. Count the total words the student reads in one minute using the words-per-line totals listed in the margin.
At the end of one minute, the partner with the timer says, "Stop" and circles the last word read. Level Correlation Chart Why Use Fluency Practice Passages Fluency is a key foundational skill that helps students read complex text with greater understanding.
During the reading, resist the urge to correct mistakes. Repeated reading practice with short passages improves word recognition and automaticity.
One partner times the other partner reading a passage. If the student gets stuck on a word, read the word and have her or him repeat it. Count the number of errors slashes. Mark a dash above words skipped.
Added words Varying pronunciation due to accent, dialect, or speech impediment Repetitions in which the wording is correct Self-correcting a mistake; the word is scored as correct.
Tell the student that if she or he has trouble struggling for more than 3 to 5 secondsyou will say the word so she or he can keep reading. The student can record the words per minute and reading time on a chart or graph. Subtract the number of errors from the total number of words read to find the words correct per minute WCPM.
Record this number in the box.
Skipped words Word substitutions, including incorrect forms of the word Words in the wrong order; both or all words are counted as wrong Struggling that lasts for 3 to 5 seconds, or more The following are not considered misses: Reassure the student that she or he will redo the assessment after further reading practice.
Read the Fluency Assessment Passage to the student so she or he can hear fluent reading. Have the student read the passage. When students read with accuracy and expression at an appropriate reading rate, their fluency supports their comprehension.
Have a student start a stopwatch as she or he begins a passage, and stop it at the end of the passage.item 4 Reading, Writing, and Learning in ESL 6th Ed: A Resource Book for Teaching K - Reading, Writing, and Learning in ESL 6th Ed: A Resource Book for Teaching K $ item 5 Reading, Writing, and Learning in.
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