My Monthly Fluency Graph for Student Data Notebooks

My Monthly Fluency Graph for Student Data Notebooks
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It has been proven that student achievement increases when students take ownership of their learning and monitor their own learning growth and track their own academic data. This is based on the educational research of Robert Marzano and the leadership criteria in The 7 Habits Highly Effective People for Kids by Stephen Covey.

Although fluency is not an end unto itself, it has been proven to correlate to reading comprehension, more so than multiple choice responses, cloze and oral retellings. Although it is difficult to understand how fluency is the best measure of comprehension, the rationale behind it has to do with the free space of working memory that students have when they aren’t spending all of it decoding every word in the passage. When this working memory is freed from decoding, students have more cognitive capacity to comprehension the story, the meaning of the words and what it all means as a whole.

This product includes five fluency graphs depending on your End of the Year fluency target:

My other Data Notebook products:
My Vocabulary Graph
My Fluency Graph (weekly)
My Sight Word Graph
My Fry Phrase Graph
My Letter Names Graph
My Letter Sounds Graph
My Reading Level Graph
My Reading Genre Graph
My Writing Genre Graph

Thank you!
Jen Jones
Total Pages
6 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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