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This artifact introduces the strategy of repeated reading in the use of improving oral reading fluency for adolescents. This strategy was first advocated by Education Psychologist S. Jay Samuels in 1979. When he first used this approach, he practiced on children who were beginning readers and diagnosed learning disabled. Samuels would have a child reread a grade level text until fluency proficiency was achieved. This method seemed to show rapid growth in reading fluency which in turn promptly increased reading comprehension. Consequently, the repeated reading strategy soon became the chosen intervention amongst teachers nationwide for fluency deficiencies.
As the years progressed the repeated reading of texts not only became an intervention

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