Basic_Procedures_for_Miscue

Basic_Procedures_for_Miscue - Basic Procedures for Miscue...

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Basic Procedures for Miscue Analysis 1. Prepare a piece of text for oral reading. Choose a piece of text that is representative of what you consider to be "grade level." This may be a portion of text that is being read during Language Arts or Science or . .., it's up to you. It depends upon the kind of information you want. A good length for upper grade students is 300 words (you may wish to make it fewer (150-200 for younger students). Do a Frye readability check to estimate the instructional reading level of the chosen piece of text. Please know that the two do not have to "match" perfectly; it is to simply give you a "rough estimate • If you decide to use this piece of text, the next step is to copy it so you can keep a running record (miscue analysis) of the student's oral reading. You may want to make a couple of copies. You may want to retype it. It's up to you- just have a place to record what/how the child reads orally.
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