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Reading Fluency Challenge

1 year 2 months ago #411 by Brimbach
Reading Fluency Challenge was created by Brimbach
During our workshop we had the question how to best increase reading fluency in children with autism, add, and/or adhd- how do we keep their focus and find out what they can really do in reading fluently?

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1 year 2 months ago #412 by NTLS Team
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We have had an autistic child who increased his fluency score by reading to a fish. He did not enjoy or see the purpose of reading to the teacher, but he loved reading to the fish- we placed a recording device beside the fishbowl and got his scores that way.

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1 year 2 months ago #413 by rupert
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Follow their interest! Mostly when they are interested they will do a better than when its about something boring. Make sure they have time to move before they read, read outside, make it fun.

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5 months 3 weeks ago #558 by Carola Beekman
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We are currently writing a Lesson Plan on the topic. We will post the link here, when it is ready.

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4 months 3 weeks ago #562 by Brimbach
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True- after jumping on trampolines, test scores in reading went up. Clear evidence that movement and environment, being in nature can help reading fluency.

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