These resources cover the basics of fluency, how to measure student success, and ways to improve each student's fluency skills.
By learning to how to use information presented in various types of nonfiction material, students will prepare to use the multitude of expository texts that readers of all ages encounter daily, including newspapers, brochures, magazines, instruction manuals, recipes, and maps. These lessons can help students understand the differences between fiction and nonfiction and develop reading fluency in this important genre.
Blog PostsNonfiction Reader’s Workshop
by Angela Bunyi
Some resources and materials I have used in my classroom to help readers learn to read, interpret, and eventually write nonfiction texts independently.