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Reading Fluency 
Assessing Student Reading Fluency in the Elementary Grades
Rubric Code: NX456B3
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Subject: English  
Type: Reading  
Grade Levels: K-5


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  Limited

1 pts

Developing

2 pts

Proficient

3 pts

Strong

4 pts

Exemplary

5 pts

Accuracy

Limited

Student is unable to recognize most words in text and spends most of his/her time decoding the words.
Developing

Student can recognize most high-frequency words but spends much of his/her reading time decoding words.
Proficient

Student is able to automatically recognize most words in the text, and has little difficulty decoding new words.
Strong

Student is able to automatically recognize nearly all words in the text.
Exemplary

Student automatically recognizes all words in the text.
Expression/Prosody

Limited

Student reads with no expression. Monotone/flat. No punctuation
Developing

Student reads with little expression. Sparse use of intonation, stress, or emphasis used.
Proficient

Student reads with some expression and prosody. Occasional use of intonation, emphasis, stress.
Strong

Student reads with adequate expression and prosody. Frequent use of intonation, emphasis, stress.
Exemplary

Student reads with consistent use of expression and prosody. Ample use of intonation, emphasis, stress.
Speed

Limited

Student reads excessively slow. Unable to read the required amount in the allotted time.
Developing

Student reads at a slower pace. Student still may be unable to read the required amount in the allotted time.
Proficient

Student reads at an steady pace. Able to read the required amount in the allotted time.
Strong

Student reads at an acceptable pace. Has no trouble reading the required amount in the allotted time.
Exemplary

Student reads at a exceptional pace. Has no difficulties reading the required amount in the allotted time.

(note: exceptional pace does not imply reading so fast that comprehension is lost)
Word Identification Strategies

Limited

Student uses no word identification strategies when faced with unfamiliar words.
Developing

Student uses one type of word identification strategies when faced with unfamiliar words. Strategies may include: phonic analysis, decoding by analogy, or syllabic analysis.
Proficient

Student uses more than one type of word identification strategies when faced with unfamiliar words. Strategies may include: phonic analysis, decoding by analogy, or syllabic analysis.
Strong

Student uses multiple word identification strategies when faced with unfamiliar words. Strategies may include: phonic analysis, decoding by analogy, syllabic analysis. or morphemic analysis.
Exemplary

Student frequently uses multiple word identification strategies with ease when faced with unfamiliar words. Strategies may include: phonic analysis, decoding by analogy, syllabic analysis. or morphemic analysis.



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  • Reading, Fluency, Reading Fluency, Literacy

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