Keys for the Teacher
Repeated practice gives students the experience of reading with ease. In essence, reading with ease is the finished product of combining comprehension, accuracy and vocabulary in a fluent form. Practicing by rereading out loud gives students a chance to rehearse with text. Children can hear and monitor their progress. Just as a piano player practices a song repeatedly until it sounds just right, fluent readers do the same.
Keys for the Children
Good readers practice by rereading again and again until it sounds just right.