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  • By the end of the course you will understand the components of reading and writing fluency and will have looked into various fluency measures and what they really mean.
  • You will also receive some practical tips for building fluency with your students.


Lyn has written three books on the subject of literacy and language, supported by online courses too. The links below will take you to each book.

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9 thoughts on “Fluency Course”

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    Chelsea Granger

    After attending the Sharing Best Practice Gippsland Conference, I’m on a quest to learn more to support the implementation of the Big Six at our school. The teaching of fluency is an area we need to develop a consistent understanding of to improve our teaching. Looking forward to the course!

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    Antonietta Neighbour

    Hello everyone, working as a teacher librarian whose programs are designed to encourage students to read for pleasure is one of the most rewarding aspects of my role. However, it has recently dawned on me that there is no point encouraging students to read for pleasure if reading is not pleasurable. It may well be that many of the student who are reluctant readers cannot read fluently. And so, here I am.

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    Hello, I am a teacher and English coordinator in a rural SA school. We have a focus on improving reading and are looking at the different components to bring into our practise. I’m looking forward to supporting and improving my own and our staff’s knowledge and instruction around fluency.

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