Table of contents for Reading miscue inventory: from evaluation to instruction / Yetta M. Goodman, Dorothy J. Watson, Carolyn L. Burke.

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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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Miscue analysis.
Reading.