Fluency Instruction: Research-Based Best Practices
This text brings together experts in the field of fluency research and practice to discuss what is an often-overlooked component skill of reading. The book is divided into three sections. The first offers a very accessible discussion of fluency theory and research, including an introductory chapter on the history of fluency research. The second section of the book, which is devoted to effective fluency teaching, has descriptions of a variety of programs and practices that are based in sound research. The final section discusses fluency instruction with special populations, such as struggling readers and adult English language learners. Filled with useful and practical information, this book is a great resource for any professional library.