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    assumed to be the gold standard of fluency treatment. Instead, therapy approaches of acceptance, eliminating fear and anxiety, and education of stuttering were a part of every panelist’s speech. The first panelist I listened to was Guitar. He explained being accepted by his Speech-Language Pathologist was the most helpful therapy technique for him (Guitar, 2003). Acceptance of stuttering develops trust between the client and clinician…

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    Amanda Clover, who is currently in a second-year graduate student talks about the importance faith in therapy. She defines faith as, “a shared confidence between individuals before the manifestation of successful results” (Glover & Shapiro, 2016). It is faith that gives people hope that they can reach their potential for positive change. It is the clinicians job to have faith in their clients who do stutter as they benefit from knowing that the clinician possesses the proper qualities such as…

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    Stuttering Essay

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    Smith was recommended treatment for his stuttering and cluttering, as well as associated behaviors, attitudes, and feelings. Therapy will focus on implementing methods to promote fluency at home, work, and social environments, educating Mr. Smith and his family members about fluency disorders, practicing strategies for fluent speech, and managing moments of disfluencies as they occur. It is important for Mr. Smith to have effective and reliable methods for controlling his speech in order to…

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    As a new teacher working with lower performing ELLs, I was looking for that one particular tip or strategy that would improve their fluency levels in reading. My students were borderline students and were constantly exposed to failure. Many of these students had poor reading strategies and some were too intimidated to read beyond the first few sentences. I started with the most logical starting point - the text. Many textbooks often have more texts than are needed or texts which may not be…

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    Fluency In Literacy

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    The ability to speak is an automatically acquired skill whereas reading and writing are more laborious. They need to be learned and practiced. Nowadays, learning to read and write is out of question. In addition, with the evolving technology, social media, the use of emails and massages to communicate and the abundant accessible resources online, people practice reading and writing more than ever before. Normally, people have different levels of fluency in literacy. Fluency is mainly affected by…

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    Reading Fluency

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    Academic Review Reading Fluency Daniel’s reading fluency at roughly a fourth grade level. He is currently being progress monitored at a fourth grade level as his AIMSweb fall benchmark score placed him below the 10th percentile. After reading seven fourth grade passages this year, Daniel has averaged 83 WRC (words read correctly) with 8 errors. This score would put him in the 25th percentile compared to fourth grade students attending Robinson School. He has read as many as 106 WRC and as few…

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    Fluency And Reading Skills

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    After second reading becomes silent reading. It is thought why teach fluency when isn’t used. The third reason is that fluency is seen as a separate component or reading. Reading occurs when the teacher has small differentiated reading groups. Fluency happens when the teacher gets out the stopwatch to time each learner to see how many words they can read in a minute. Then the rate is charted and compared to past reading rates. To increase the reading rates of learners are given a text to read…

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    Procedural Fluency Paper

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    Procedural Fluency According to the National Research Council (NCR) (2001), the term mathematical proficiency comprises five interwoven strands consisting of conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, strategic competence, adaptive reasoning, and productive disposition. To assist educators, NCTM provided an explanation in Principles and Standards for School Mathematics (2000) that suggested students will reach specific levels of conceptual understanding and procedural fluency each year (p.…

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    Introduction The purpose of this fluency minilesson is to develop students’ ability to use text clues to read accurately and fluently. A fluent reader is defined as “having the ability to read with speed, accuracy and proper expression” (Salvadore, 2015). Readers must develop fluency skills to make the bridge from word recognition to reading comprehension. Fluency is an important necessity for skilled reading and reading comprehension (NICHHD, 2000). To transition from the beginning reading…

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    Reading Fluency In Schools

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    Reading fluency has a large impact on the effect on school aged children and the overall development of reading. In the early years, fluency was often connected to the rate and accuracy of reading. Teachers set a timer and taught students how to read fast. Over the years, fluency has taken a deeper level of understanding and the importance of an effective reading literacy program. Students not only need to know how to read, but why reading is important. Reading fluency must critically connect…

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