This is a time-saving- just print and go - PDF resource with over 225 pages complete with words lists; word phrases; and sentences. This resource is designed to provide teachers and parents with premade lists for reading fluency practice for post skill presentations. This is not a resource that includes skills lessons, but as a supplemental resource to continue practice with reading fluency.
Students using this resource should have already been instructed in the following skills: consonants, short vowels; vowel teams; vowel diphthongs; -ck; fszl; -tch; -dge; compound words (closed); R-Controlled Vowels; Vce and spelling generalizations.
This resource provides phrase practice of small phrases (up to 4 words) and longer phrases (five or more) so students can practice reading fluency.
Reading fluency skills students can continue to develop include: intonation of word and phrases; speaking words with proper accenting; scooping (reading a group of words together in a “flow.”
There is one part of this resource that focuses on sight words. Flash cards are included for 60 sight words that are used in the phrases and sentences. Prior to students reading the phrases and sentences, teachers should do a quick assessment of students’ sight word knowledge - known and unknown sight words.
Additional support can be provided by teachers using a literacy center for additional practice and support of the word lists, phrases and sentences; and the sight words.
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M. S., M. A., OG-TT (IMSLEC)
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