My Fluency Progress Monitoring Graph

This is a graph I made for students to record their fluency progress using the cold, warm and hot reading strategy for repeated reading. The first page is an example of a completed fluency graph I made.  The file contains 3 graph templates that I use for students with different goals and present levels of performance in reading fluency.  There is a graph with a range 0-50, 0-100, and 0-150.  The graphs can be used to record data over a 6 week period, with 1 story and 3 repeated readings per week.  Students really enjoy graphing the data and seeing their progress with reading fluency, and it provides great data for progress monitoring students’ goals.  Here you go!

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My Fluency Progress Monitoring Graph

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