Sentence Fluency Practices for 3rd and 4th Grade

In Tennessee, the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade assessment will include a fluency section. The section will have 20 yes or no sentences and students will have one minute to read and answer them. Click here or on the picture to download the practice fluency set for the 3rd and 4th grade. You can find the 2nd-grade fluency set and information by clicking here. 


Free sentence fluency practice





Read aloud directions for teachers:  “Here are 20 sentences. Read each sentence and ask yourself: Is this sentence true? Mark YES or NO to answer the question for each sentence. Do not start until I say “Go.” Do as many as you can before I say “Stop.”

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Tennessee Released 2014 TCAP and EOC Test Items



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  The Tennessee Department of Education has released questions for 2014 TCAP and EOC. They have also included item analysis for each item. You can find the questions on Edtools and the item analysis on Pearson Access. If you do not have your login information for these sites, please contact your principal. Please let me know if you need assistance by e-mailing me (button is on the side). Also, follow on Twitter and Facebook for more updates and resources.

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                  I am sure all my teacher friends are rushing around trying to get their lovely babies ready for “The Test”.  My students will be taking their last Discovery Education Assessment this coming Thursday. We are off on Monday and Tuesday, so that only leaves me one day to review before “The Test”. I have created a review Power Point that can be used to review for a reading skills test for 5th, 6th, or 7th grade. I plan to use it to hand out tokens exchange for the correct answer. At the end of the class, students with at least 15 tokens get a piece of broccoli (candy). The students really try and pay close attention when they know broccoli is up for graps. I hope this helps in your prep time for “The Test”

~Meagan~

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