In "Fluency and Word Study," Professor Richard Allington discusses three instructional practices that promote reading fluency: giving students opportunities to read texts they can easily read, practicing giving them plenty of time to practice reading, and allowing them to read without being interrupted. Professor Allington also discusses effective word study strategies. The video also features classroom examples that illustrate his comments and address the following questions:
- What instructional practices support fluency?
- What are effective word study strategies?
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