Guidelines_for_Coding_Sentences_with_Miscue_Analysis

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Guidelines for Coding Sentences (from Wilde, Chapter 8: Coding Miscues) Sentences without miscues are coded YYN Y (syntactically acceptable) Y (semantically acceptable) N (no change in meaning) 1. Syntactic acceptability Ask: Does it sound like English/target langue in the reader’s version of the language? If miscue is corrected, or if not corrected is still syntactically acceptable code with Y for yes If the miscue is not syntactically acceptable code with N for no . 2. Semantic acceptability Ask: “Does it make sense?” If miscue is corrected, or it is not correct but still makes sense code with Y for yes If the miscue is does not make sense code with N for no 3. Meaning change? Ask: “Although the miscue was syntactically and semantically acceptable, was meaning changed? N= No change in meaning P=Partial change in meaning Y=Major change in meaning 4. Visual (Graphic) similarity Ask: “How much graphic similarity is there between the words on the page and what the reader said? Think of the beginning middle and end of the miscue
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