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To set yourself and your class up for regular fluency checks, you can create a OneDrive library of content. OneDrive is flexible, shareable, and can be shaped to meet many different school ecosystems. Develop a resource library based on student interests, reading level, or curriculum.

Note:  If you just want to try Reading Progress out - jump right in with a limited set of leveled example passages from ReadWorks. Select Browse Sample Library once you've launched Reading Progress and choose a passage from any grade level. 

From your OneDrive

  1. Select New > Folder

  2. Enter a name for the folder and select Create.

  3. Select the files you want and drag them into the folder.

  4. Collaborate schoolwide or with your grade level team to build a system that supports individualized and regular reading fluency checks. 

Screenshot of dropdown menu in Onedrive, mouse hovers over "folder"

Tip: Find passages on the web or use Microsoft Lens to convert existing paper resources and textbook passages into Reading Progress assignments. 

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Introduction to Reading Progress in Teams

Create files and folders in OneDrive

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