The Brain, Prosody, and Reading Fluency

 Matthew J. Glavach, Ph.D.

Introduction

The good news is that the brain is “plastic,” or changeable, throughout one’s entire life. Reading intervention is easier when students are younger, yet with proper interventions, even older struggling readers can become proficient readers.  This issue of NASET’s The Practical Teacher provides several strategies to help teachers accomplish reading intervention.  In “The Brain, Prosody, and Reading Fluency” author, Matthew J. Glavach, Ph.D., presents a reading fluency strategy. 

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