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What role does fluency play in the reading process?CorrectIncorrect
What is the goal of instructional activities like reader’s theater or Play it Up! (Florida Reading Center activity)?CorrectIncorrect
Why is fluency still important for adolescent readers?CorrectIncorrect
Why is it important for children to practice fluency by reading passages at their independent level (where they can read more than 95% of the words accurately)?CorrectIncorrect
Ways to increase fluency include: choose all correct answersCorrectIncorrect
Fluency is only important for elementary and middle school students.CorrectIncorrect
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Readers are fluent when the various components of reading (Phonological Awareness, decoding, vocabulary) are so automatic that they can focus their attention on gaining from the text.
Fluent reading includes these three elements:CorrectIncorrect
There is a strong correlation between reading fluency and reading comprehension.CorrectIncorrect
Automaticity is the quick and effortless identification of:CorrectIncorrect