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Progress in reading was measured in the following areas: word reading, sound-symbol relationships, and oral reading fluency utilizing a pre- and post-test format.
After four months, oral reading fluency jumped dramatically.
The current study investigated the effects of a repeated reading intervention on the oral reading fluency (ORF) and comprehension on generalization passages for eight, first-grade students with reading risk.
Although phonological awareness is an important precursor to learning to read, it is not a critical reading skill in isolation, and little evidence exists on whether gains in phonological awareness made by children from low SES backgrounds in response to phonological awareness instruction translate to increased oral reading fluency skills comparable to children from higher SES backgrounds.
At the end of this section, we expected that a research question might be stated along these lines: "How well does the DIBELS Phoneme Segmentation Fluency, Nonsense Word Fluency, and Oral Reading Fluency and Kamii/Manning Writing Task predict reading achievement based on Slosson Oral Reading Test (SORT) scores?
Elementary school students performed better in oral reading fluency achievement, a key component of reading comprehension, when exposed to a higher quality of classroom light, according to a study by Philips and the University of Mississippi.
For pre- and posttest assessments, we administered two curriculum-based measures (CBMs) designed to measure growth in reading: oral reading fluency (ORF) and Maze reading comprehension.
As work with Xin Wei began, several important questions regarding oral reading fluency and literacy development came to the forefront: