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flu·en·cy

(flū'en-sē),
The smooth flow of speech sounds in connected discourse, without interruptions or repetitions.
[L. fluentia,a flowing, fr. fluo, to flow]

fluency

The skill of using speech without undue repetitions or pauses.

flu·en·cy

(flū'ĕn-sē)
The smooth flow of speech sounds in connected discourse, without interruptions or repetitions.
[L. fluentia,a flowing, fr. fluo, to flow]

fluency

(floo′ĕn-sē)
The ease and efficiency of speech; the production of speech without pauses, lapses, or hesitation.
fluent, adjective
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Research illustrates it takes around 10,000 hours of practice to develop native like language fluency.
According to research, effective reading instruction should include phonological awareness, decoding skills, vocabulary, fluency practice and variety of reading comprehension strategies (Armbruster, Lehr & Osborne, 2001; National Reading Panel (NRP), 2000), and if a student is struggling in one or more of those essential components, reading becomes laborious.
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Hitchcock, Prater, and Dowrick (2004) used VSM in combination with tutoring to improve the reading fluency rates and comprehension of three students with special needs.
assemble a group of teachers and education scholars from the US for 23 chapters on instructional practices that support the development of reading fluency across grade levels and involve real reading for real purposes.
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