Teach Fluency Through Primary Sources on Early America!
Primary sources highlight key historical figures and events about early America. These readings and activities facilitate interpretation, comprehension, and fluency through repeated reading and guided practice. They help students read a text quicker and more accurately.
All primary source lessons are differentiated with varying levels of text complexity. They provide opportunities to improve word recognition, reading rate, and comprehension.
The book features:
- Descriptions of eight fluency strategies
- A chart showing which fluency strategies are used in each lesson
- How to develop students’ vocabulary and decoding skills through word study
- Step-by-step instructions on how to “perform” the text with reader’s theater scripts
©2005. Middle school. 8 x 11 inches. 192 pages.