Miscue analysis for classroom teachers

Goodman, Y. (1995, November). Miscue analysis for classroom teachers: Some history and some procedures. Primary Voices K-6, 3(4), pp. 2-9.

Miscue analysis for classroom teachers provides an overview of the miscue analysis process—both methods and rationale. The article also provides simple examples of miscues and explains the different cuing systems readers use when they read. The examples are explicated to give the reader, a teacher unfamiliar with miscue analysis, a foundation for further reading and practicing miscue analysis.

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