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Hip Hip Hooray for Expression!!

Students identify what it means to be fluent and that there are five components: reading faster, reading with expression, reading smoothly, reading silently and being able to read voluntarily. Then they focus on being able to read with expression. Students also take out their copies of Lee and the Team, read silently and then, practice using expression by having to look out for the punctuation.

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Grade
3rd - 6th
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English Language Arts
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Instructional Strategy
Skills Practice
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