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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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Door 24 Plus contains two games: Snargg Splatt to develop fact fluency, and Victor Fixer to develop computational fluency.
In the Victor Fixer computational fluency game, students are introduced to Victor, a robot who went haywire and needs help getting patched up.
M*Modal Fluency Direct is a single cloud-based enterprise documentation platform that uses Speech Understanding technology to translate and produce medical documentation from spoken words.
Fluency is defined as reading text accurately, quickly, and with proper expression (National Reading Panel, 2000).
Thanks to Eli's quick tutorial, Samuel develops a basic fluency in God-speech; he was able to recognize that God was speaking to him.
If all children in Wales were to receive their education through the medium of Welsh from the beginning of their education, fluency amongst the majority of the population would be more likely to be achievable.
Literature on processing fluency provides the theoretical underpinning for the hypotheses.
The experiments we conducted during the spring and fall of 2001 fairly clearly show that fluency training helped participants copyedit sentences with wordy text drawn from our fluency units.
Providing a thoroughly 'teacher friendly' curriculum supplement framework, Allington also addresses what fluency is, how it develops, as well as why it is important.
Divided into three levels--K-2, 3-5 and 6-8--they're designed to build fluency skills such as expression, intonation and phrasing and to encourage students to demonstrate oral fluency performance through engaging activities like poetry slams, reader's theater and storytelling.