It is important to practice the process of reviewing, analyzing, and modifying instruction based on student information. “Case Studies Focusing on Fluency Strategies” provides you the opportunity to practice the cycle of reviewing, analyzing, and modifying, with a specific focus on building students’ fluency skills.
Review “Case Studies: Focusing on Fluency Strategies.”
For each of the three case studies, write a separate 250‐500 word analysis that:
- States the academic goal for the case study student.
- Identifies an approach to build fluency skills for reading based on the needs of the student in the case study.
- Describes how you would implement the approach, including the number of sessions and length of time required for the sessions.
- Justifies why that approach is beneficial for the student and provides a rationale for the number of sessions and time needed for the implementation activities.
Support your decisions for each case study with at least one scholarly resource.