With so much focus on fluency, I decided to set up a center in my small group reading circles for weekly practice! As time progressed, I realized that my students were becoming more fluent in their reading, but I was doing nothing as a teacher to help build their comprehension during this quick practice. Here is my answer!
All you need to do is find (or use old) fluency passages that are appropriate for your readers and run these copies accordingly. Daily, my students partner up with an assigned reader for 20 minutes. They time each other reading, listening for errors, and discussing how to become strong readers. This packet of four worksheets consists of a very quick practice in either FICTION (two pages) or NONFICTION (two pages) with questions that are geared towards meeting MOST stories within each genre. Check out the pages! It is slick and gives me a quick run down of: were my kids on task, did they understand what they read, and how did they us work together with a partner?
I hope you enjoy! Just run the two pages that you need each week and stick the same fluency passage in front of your students all week to see growth.