Step 5: Advanced Fluency Stage

Rachel WalkerPrint Awareness, Tips for Parents, News

Not only do good readers read fluently with adequate speed, but when they read aloud, they also use appropriate phrasing, intonation, and their oral reading mirrors their spoken language. They have more success with writing, better vocabulary skills and a greater understanding of what is being read.

  • Student reads easily
  • Reads expressively
  • Reads with comprehension
  • Uses a large vocabulary
  • Imitates author styles in their own writing
  • Manages different font styles including smaller typeface and irregular phrasing
  • Tackles challenges such as lists, bullet points
  • Enjoys reading!

Return to earlier stages:

Step 1: Foundation Stage

Step 2: Emergent Reading Stage

Step 3: Early Reader Stage

Step 4: Fluent Reader Stage

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Rachel Walker

Publishing Director | Flying Start Books

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