The hows and whys of fluency instruction / Melanie R. Kuhn.

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Published: Boston : Pearson, c2009.
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Summary:"The Hows and Whys of Fluency Instruction focuses on providing strategies that will help your students become fluent and confident readers. Incorporating strategies that help develop fluency for all readers, Melanie Kuhn presents teachers with research-based best-practices to implement with a range of readers - from students who are making the transition to fluency in the second and third grades to struggling readers in the fourth grade and beyond who have experienced difficulty with this transition." "Drawing on her years as a classroom teacher and reading specialist, Melanie presents explicit instruction, scaffolding tips, and examples of the gradual release of responsibility model to guide teachers and literacy coaches in integrating oral reading into the shared reading curriculum or one-on-one work with a struggling reader. Her friendly advice, suggestions for various reading materials, and instructional strategies fit into every classroom where readers struggle."--BOOK JACKET.
Physical Description:x, 166 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Notes:Bib#: 1096425
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (p. 160-162) and index.
ISBN:9780205542161 (alk. paper)
0205542166 (alk. paper)