Recording Students as They Read and Sharing It for Advice and Feedback: An Approach That Improves Reading Fluency

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Reading fluently is being able to accurately identify written words with precision, without using too many cognitive resources, and by understanding the tone in a manner to build a solid comprehension of the text. Reading fluently is one of the key dimensions of learning to read with success.
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