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Table of Contents Preface PART I MISCUE ANALYSIS AND THE READING PROCESS 1 Observing the Reading Process Purposes of Miscue Analysis The Quest for Understanding Reading: A Historical Look at Miscue Analysis Miscue Analysis Procedures Building a Personal Model of Reading Audiences for Miscue Analysis Discovering How People Read 2 A Holistic View of Reading: Theoretical Understandings Theoretical Assumptions Oral Language Holistic Theory of Reading Summary PART II PROCEDURES FOR READING MISCUE ANALYSIS INVENTORY 3 General Procedures for Data Collection: Readers, Materials, and Retellings Selecting Readers Selecting Materials Preparing the Typescript Preparing the Retelling Guide Data Collection Session Readers? Retellings and Presentations 4 General Procedures: Marking the Typescript [CHECK AGAINST MS] Substitutions Omissions Insertions Repetitions Additional Markings Complex Miscues Repeated Miscues Multiple Miscues 5 General Procedures: Analyzing Miscues The Questions to Evaluate Reading[CHECK AGAINST MS] Syntactic Acceptability and Semantic Acceptability Issues Relating to Syntactic and Semantic Acceptability Meaning Change Dialect Self-Correction Graphic Similarity and Sound Similarity Additional Questions 6 The Classroom Procedure and the Informal Procedure [CHECK AGAINST MS] The Classroom Procedure Preparing the Typescript for Marking and Coding Coding the Classroom Procedure Typescript Classroom Procedure Questions Betsy?s Miscue Patterns Gordon?s Miscue Patterns Graphic Similarity and Sound Similarity The Classroom Procedure Coding and Reader Profile Forms The Classroom Procedure Coding Form The Classroom Procedure Reading Profile Form Retelling Checklist for the Classroom Procedure: Using the Form The Informal Procedure 7 The In-Depth Procedure Numbering Miscues Selecting Miscues for Numbering and Coding Analyzing Miscues In-Depth Procedure Questions Syntactic and Semantic Acceptability (Questions 1 and 2) Meaning Change (Question 3) Correction (Question 4) Graphic and Sound Similarity (Questions 5 and 6) The In-Depth Coding Form Meaning Construction and Grammatical Relations Statistical Analysis Retelling Guide and Scoring The In-Depth Reader Profile Checklist for the In-Depth Procedure PART III KNOWING READERS, THEIR INSTRUCTION, AND THEIR CURRICULUM 8 Reading Miscue Analysis Information Reader Profile Form Coding Form Typescript Retelling The Burke Reading Interview 9 Perceptions of the Reading Process: Models of Reading and the Burke Reading Interview Models of Reading Understanding the Burke Reading Interview (BRI) 10 Betsy as a Reader: Case Study Betsy?s Reader Profile from the In-Depth Procedure Betsy?s Reader Profile from the Classroom Procedure Scoring Betsy?s Reading with the Informal Procedure Betsy?s Use of Language Systems Betsy?s Use of Reading Strategies Betsy?s Retelling Summary of Betsy?s Strengths and Needs 11 Reading Curriculum and Strategy Lessons The Ongoing Reading Curriculum Reading Strategy Lessons Strategy Suggestions for Proficient Readers Strategy Lessons for Nonproficient Readers An Invitation Appendices Appendix A: Summary of Procedures[PC1] Appendix B: Gordon?s Miscue Analysis: ?The Beat of My Heart? Appendix C: Blank Forms Appendix D: Previous Miscue Analysis Formats Bibliography and References Index
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