Miscue Analysis Made Easy: Building On Student Strengths

Paperback | March 9, 2000

bySandra Wilde

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A series of lively, interactive exercises leads us through the thinking processes and linguistic systems that readers use to build their understanding of text. 

 

Through a careful review of these systems, we learn to assess what readers can do.  Miscue Analysis Made Easy will also be useful for teachers of struggling readers at the secondary and college levels.

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A series of lively, interactive exercises leads us through the thinking processes and linguistic systems that readers use to build their understanding of text.    Through a careful review of these systems, we learn to assess what readers can do.  Miscue Analysis Made Easy will also be useful for teachers of struggling readers at the...

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A series of lively, interactive exercises leads us through the thinking processes and linguistic systems that readers use to build their understanding of text.    Through a careful review of these systems, we learn to assess what readers can do.  Miscue Analysis Made Easy will also be useful for teachers of struggling readers at the...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.35 inPublished:March 9, 2000Publisher:Pearson EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0325002398

ISBN - 13:9780325002392

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?Miscue analysis has long been the instrument of choice for knowledgeable researchers working to understand the quality of student errors in reading. Now Sandra has put this remarkable tool into the hands of all classroom teachers. This little jewel of a book gives teachers a humane and respectful tool for understanding readers and the teaching of reading?-Lucy Calkins