Once students have made significant progress with single word decoding, reading fluency practice can be rolled into reading practice with phrase cueing.
HERE is a nice review of reading fluency approaches that includes a discussion of phrased reading.
Phrase scooping or cueing involved the drawing of scoops underneath groups of words that go together in parts of a phrase. Combining scooped words with choral reading or echo reading can help students get practice with both reading and listening for phrases.
Intervention Central has a Phrase Cued Text Generator, but it’s so-so. It’s better to break sentences into 3-6 word phrases to increase the ease of reading. From Steve Peha, check out the example below:
Of course these shorter phrases also help with reading on a phone vs. book as the research shows.
The Florida Center for Reading Research has a nice FLUENCY HANDOUT that includes sample reading passages broken into phrases as well as chaining activities that slowly build up the ability to reading long sentences.