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Students practice their reading fluency using leveled passages and the recording feature on the Seesaw app.
Students are practicing their reading fluency through repeated readings. They listen to a recording of their reading and evaluate their fluency using a rubric that focuses on speed, accuracy, and expression.
This has been a wonderful experience! It has been a great way to get kids and parents more aware of their (or their child’s) reading fluency. Students have been very reflective and worked harder on improving their fluency than I’ve ever seen second graders do. One thing I added as the year went on was a little rubric. I had students fill out this rubric before they submitted their recording and then they turned that into me. It was a great way for me to see how they view their own fluency and it was a helpful guide for students to use to evaluate their fluency each week. I would make notes on the rubric and in seesaw and then send the rubric home for the parent’s to see. I really enjoyed using seesaw in this way and plan to continue to use it in the future.
Here is a link to the rubric I used…