Date of Award
Action Research Project
Master of Arts in Education
Montessori Elementary Education, Elementary Education
READING FLUENCY IN ELEMENTARY Abstract The purpose of this research was to identify ways of improving reading fluency for elementary children in grades first through sixth. Children scoring below the 40th percentile on reading standardized test scores, determined our testing population. Four data collections tools were used, including a child-centered survey, a reading fluency rubric, teacher observations, and fluency graphs. The Read Naturally Program was used as the reading fluency intervention. Students made fluency progress in both the upper and lower elementary levels. This research highlights the importance of reading fluency interventions. Further research might focus on self reflection for children using the iPad Read Naturally Program.
Bullerman, Melissa R. and Godinez, Ashley M.. (2016). The Effects of Reading Fluency in the Elementary Montessori Classroom. Retrieved from Sophia, the St. Catherine University repository website: http://sophia.stkate.edu/maed/155