Fluency passages?

Posted by Jean Knapp (Premium User)
  • Posted on 03/23/17 - 2:15 p.m.

I noticed in one of the videos, there was a teacher practicing word lists with the students.  After reviewing the words, they read a fluency story together, containing the same words.  Are these passages a part of PRESS? or did the teacher create these on her own?

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Anne Ittner (Literacy Specialist/Coach)
  • Posted on 03/24/17 - 11:33 a.m.

Scroll through some of the postings on the community board for ideas suggested by other users about how to find and/or create connected text. 

  • Posted on 08/11/17 - 4:57 p.m.

I have used fluency passages from http://rti.dadeschools.net/pdfs/ORF-OPM_grs1-5.pdf which is a 143 page black line master of passages for grades 1-5 from the Florida Assessments for Instruction and Reading.  There aren't any word list that go along with it, but there are multiple passages in each grade level.  There are more passages at https://www.lake.k12.fl.us/cms/lib05/fl01000799/centricity/domain/6456/book_wondersfluency.pdf which is a 368 page black line master for grades 1-6.  This one is from McGraw-Hill.  Hope this is of some help.

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