Ch 16: AEPA Reading Endorsement 6-12: Fluency Development

About This Chapter

Browse the lessons in this chapter to boost your knowledge of fluency development as you study for the AEPA Reading Endorsement 6-12 test. Self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam can help gauge your comprehension of the lessons.

AEPA Reading Endorsement 6-12: Fluency Development - Chapter Summary

In this chapter is the comprehensive overview of fluency development you need to improve your ability to succeed on the AEPA Reading Endorsement 6-12 test. The lessons explore fluency development topics to ensure you're prepared for the following on the day of the test:

  • Identifying strategies for improving students' reading fluency
  • Defining and explaining radio reading
  • Discussing the concept of the peer group
  • Sharing peer-assisted strategies for learning literacy
  • Listing and describing jigsaw activities and classroom applications

The lessons are filled with quality explanations and examples of fluency development so you don't have to worry about being unprepared for related test questions. Watch the lessons from your home computer or on the go via your smartphone or tablet. If you have any questions about lesson topics, don't hesitate to submit them to our experts. At any time, feel free to test your knowledge of the lessons by taking self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam.

5 Lessons in Chapter 16: AEPA Reading Endorsement 6-12: Fluency Development
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Strategies for Improving Students' Reading Fluency

1. Strategies for Improving Students' Reading Fluency

Learning to read includes more than just decoding words. Students need to build fluency to be solid readers. How can teachers help? This lesson outlines several strategies to help students improve fluency in reading.

Radio Reading: Definition & Instruction

2. Radio Reading: Definition & Instruction

In this lesson, you'll learn how radio reading works and how a teacher might use this strategy in the classroom. Find out the benefits of this approach for students doing the radio reading assignment and for their classmates.

Peer Group: Definition & Concept

3. Peer Group: Definition & Concept

A peer group is a social group that consists of individuals of the same social status who share similar interests and are close in age. Learn about peer groups, how they influence socialization during childhood and adolescence, and more.

Peer-Assisted Strategies for Learning Literacy

4. Peer-Assisted Strategies for Learning Literacy

In this lesson, you'll gain an understanding of the techniques known as peer-assisted learning strategies for literacy learning. We'll look at definitions, examples, and benefits of this approach.

Jigsaw Activities: Examples & Classroom Applications

5. Jigsaw Activities: Examples & Classroom Applications

Learn about jigsaw activities, and how they're used in the classroom. Find out how to apply jigsaw activities to your lessons. Review the lesson then take a quiz to test your knowledge.

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