These three free graphs are perfect for helping students chart their own progress.
Research shows that students that take a more active roll in tracking their personal progress make greater gains. Graphing reading fluency is a fun way to help your students feel motivated and accountable. Charts give learners immediate feedback and are great for positive reinforcement.
Students can be timed for one or two minute intervals to increase their fluency on a daily or weekly basis. They can track their own word counts, errors, self-corrections (sc), and color in their words correct per minute (or wcpm). The four-column "Fluency Progress Charts" are specifically for increasing fluency through rereading passages.
Most students between first and sixth grade can use a 0-200 wcpm chart. Check out my store for a wider variety of charts that range from 0-50 for early readers and up to 300 for longer timed intervals or advanced students.
This product was made using Microsoft Publisher.