Fluency as an Instructional Problem
by Richard Allington - February 26, 2007
While fluency has risen to the top of the instructional agenda there is much about fluency that seems not well understood. Problems with fluency development seems most often related to particular instructional environments and addressing these instructional factors seems the most likely route to fostering fluent reading.
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