Reading fluency passages

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Fluency Practice Passages

Timed Reading Procedures

You will need:

  • Two copies of the assessment passage—one for the student and one for the instructor
  • Stopwatch or clock
  • Pencil
  • Clipboard (so students will not see what you are writing)

Administer a one-minute reading, starting the stopwatch when the student begins the first word of the passage (the student will not read titles). Tell the student that if she or he has trouble (struggling for more than 3 to 5 seconds), you will say the word so she or he can keep reading. After one minute, say "Stop," stop the stopwatch, and circle the last word read.

During the reading, resist the urge to correct mistakes. Mistakes and self-correction will be accounted for in the score. If the student has extreme difficulty, stop the test. Reassure the student that she or he will redo the assessment after further reading practice. You should select a lower level passage for the next assessment.

Follow along on your copy word by word with your pencil. Make a slash ( / ) through any words the student misses or cannot read without help. Mark a dash above words skipped. Errors include:

  • Skipped words
  • Mispronounced words
  • Word substitutions, including incorrect forms of the word
  • Words in the wrong order; both or all words are counted as wrong
  • Struggling that lasts for 3 to 5 seconds, or more

The following are not considered misses:

  • Added words
  • Varying pronunciation due to accent, dialect, or speech impediment
  • Repetitions in which the wording is correct
  • Self-correcting a mistake; the word is scored as correct.

Timed Reading Scoring

  1. Write the student's goal rate in the box provided.
  2. Count the total words the student reads in one minute using the words-per-line totals listed in the margin. This is the student's words-per-minute (WPM) rate. Write this in the chart at the bottom, along with the date of the reading.
  3. Count the number of errors (slashes). Record the number in the "Errors" line for the read.
  4. Subtract the number of errors from the total number of words read to find the words correct per minute (WCPM).
  5. Divide the words correct per minute (WCPM) by the words per minute (WPM) and multiply this result by 100. This is the student's Accuracy/Reading Rate percentage.
  6. Record this number in the box.

After about four to six readings, students should reach the target words correct-per-minute (WCPM) standard for their grade level with an Accuracy/Reading Rate of 90 to 95 percent.

Example:

Words Per Minute (WPM): 60
Errors: 6
Words Correct Per Minute (WCPM):
60 – 6 = 54
Accuracy/Reading Rate percentage:
54/60 = 0.9
0.9 x 100 = 90%
Sours: https://www.readinga-z.com/fluency/fluency-practice-passages/

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Welcome readers!  This is the page where you can click to read fluency passages for grades 1-5 (yes, I've included a few for grade 5 to challenge some of my readers).  You may want to print them or you can just view and read them online.  How to's & tips are listed below the links:

SUMMER PRINTABLE STORIES & QUESTION (click here) SETS-

Grade 3-4 Click here for new passages or see below

Fluency passages from McGraw Hill- Grades 1-6

Passages to practice advanced phonics skills, fluency & comprehension

Looking for online game resources? Click Here: OnlineResources.docx

Grade 1 printable fluency passages:

Aspecialgarden.pdf
G1U3_Kit_and_Rex_Student_Passage.pdf
Prettywhitefox.pdf
SoccerCamp.pdf

Grade 2 printable fluency passages:

Ann&Tom.pdf
Carla.pdf
Max.pdf
Spot.pdf

Grade 3 printable fluency passages:

G3Bumpy_Travels.pdf
G3Farmer_Paul_s_New_Scarecrow.pdf
G3FruitFun.pdf
G3Polar_Regions.pdf
G3TheLargestPlants.pdf
G3U3_Sun_Facts_Student_Passage.pdf
G3Wolf_Watchers.pdf

Grade 4 printable fluency passages:

G4The_Saturday_Morning_Project_Student_Passage.pdf
G4U2_A_Special_Honor_Student_Passage.pdf
G4U2_An_Old_Way_of_Life_Student_Passage.pdf
G4U3_Let_s_Go_Skating_Student_Passage.pdf
G4U3_New_Products_for_People_Student_Passage.pdf
G4U4_Making_Perfume_Student_Passage.pdf
G4U4_Plant_Art_Student_Passage.pdf
G4U6_The_Biggest_Land_Animal_Student_Passage.pdf

Grade 5 printable fluency passages-for those who'd like a challenge!:

G5U1_A_New_Game_Student_Passage.pdf
G5U1_Too_Much_Water_Student_Passage.pdf
G5U2_Inspiration_Student_Passage.pdf
G5U2_The_Big_Wave_Student_Passage.pdf

All GRADES 1-5- Florida Assessments for Instruction in Readin  Oral Reading Fluency Grades 1-5-This will provide a printable pdf booklet of assessments for grades 1-5 with instructions:

ORF-OPM_grs1-5.pdf

Printable graph for practice and charting:

fluency graphs.pdf

What is fluency passage practice?

Practicing with fluency passages is an important part of helping your child improve with their ability to read fluently.  If your child makes many errors while reading or the reading does not sound like a spoken conversation, he or she needs to practice reading fluency.  Early readers spend a great deal of mental energy sounding out (decoding) the words on the page.  Their reading often times sound robotic - not fluent.  As a child learns the phonetic rules and can apply them with ease along with having automatic recall of all sight words, reading begins to sound more like fluent reading. 

By fourth grade your child should be reading a minimum of 93 w.p.m. (words per minute) at the beginning of the year.  Students progress to a reading rate of 105 w.p.m. (words per minute) by mid-year.  As the fourth grade year comes to a close, your child should be reading at least 118 w.p.m (words per minute).

You will need to print out 2 copies of each passage-or you can use one copy and keep a mental tally of errors. (Optional) Set a timer for one minute.  Mark through any words read incorrectly or skipped.  Place a bracket around the last word read within the one minute time frame.  Each time you read, can you increase the words per minute? THINK AS YOU READ-Make a movie in your mind.  Can you remember the story to re-tell the main idea, details, and events all in a sequential order-try it!

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Sours: https://websites.pdesas.org/pasquelk/2014/2/26/429698/page.aspx
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Fluency Practice Passages

Timed Reading Procedures

You will need:

  • Two copies of the assessment passage—one for the student and one for the instructor
  • Stopwatch or clock
  • Pencil
  • Clipboard (so students will not see what you are writing)

Start timing when the student begins reading the first word of the passage (the student will not read the title). If the student struggles for more than 3 to 5 seconds, say the word so she or he can keep reading. After one minute, say "Stop," and circle the last word read.

Resist the impulse to correct errors immediately as mistakes and self-correction will be reflected in the score. If the student becomes frustrated, stop the test. Say the student can retake the assessment after more reading practice. Choose a passage at a lower level for the next practice session.

As you follow along on your copy, make a slash ( / ) through any words the student misses or cannot read without help. Mark a dash above words skipped. Errors include:

  • Skipped words
  • Mispronounced words
  • Word substitutions, including incorrect forms of the word
  • Words in the wrong order; both or all words are counted as wrong
  • Struggling that lasts for 3 to 5 seconds, or more

The following are not considered misses:

  • Added words
  • Varying pronunciation due to accent, dialect, or speech impediment
  • Repetitions in which the wording is correct
  • Self-correcting a mistake; the word is scored as correct. 

Timed Reading Scoring

  1. Write the student's goal rate in the box provided.
  2. Use the words-per-line totals in the margin to count the number of words read to find the words per minute (WPM) rate. Write this number and the date in the chart at the bottom.
  3. In the "Errors" line, record the number of mistakes (slashes) under Read 1 if this is the first reading, Read 2 if it is the second reading, and so on.
  4. Subtract the mistakes from the total number of words read to find the words correct per minute (WCPM).
  5. Divide the words correct per minute (WCPM) by the words per minute (WPM) and multiply this result by 100. This is the student's Accuracy/Reading Rate percentage.
  6. Record this number in the box.

After about four to six readings, students should reach the target words-per-minute standard for their grade level with an accuracy rate of 90 to 95 percent.

Example:

Words Per Minute: 80
Errors: 6
Words Correct Per Minute (WCPM):
80 – 6 = 74
Accuracy/Reading Rate percentage:
74/80 = 0.9
0.9 x 100 = 90%
Sours: https://www.raz-plus.com/fluency/fluency-practice-passages/

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