These resources cover the basics of fluency, how to measure student success, and ways to improve each student's fluency skills.
Revise this example:
Exercise is good for you. Exercise gives you energy. Exercise is a way to work off stress. Exercise can make your body stronger. Everyone should exercise.
Craft well-built sentences to create a paragraph that flows.
- Do my sentences begin in different ways?
- Are my sentences different lengths?
- Are my sentences built with sturdy construction?
- Have I used transitions (but, and, so) to connect parts of sentences?
Ruth Culham's new book, Daily Trait Warm-Ups, targets specific skills with 180 revising and editing activities.