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Can you complete the sentence? Ken Goodman used the term miscues in reading to describe the type of ______________________________.



A. The variation that occurs when children attempt to put words into writing.
B. Variation occurs when children try to decode and guess the meaning of printed words.
C. Errors that occur when children try to communicate orally in their native language.
D. The discrepancy occurs between the schemata of the child and the one intended by the author.

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C.Charlotte

C.Charlotte

Answered Feb 10, 2020

Miscue analysis was created by Ken Goodman to understand the process of reading. This process is a diagnostic tool that helps teachers to obtain a valuable understanding of the relationship between children and their "miscues." The term was coined by Goodman to describe the whole process.

It means to include the collection and analysis of the oral reading experience, followed by foretelling. He explained that the departure from the text is not entirely a negative element of the reading process, and it establishes insight into the process.

 

Amla Amelia

Amla Amelia

Answered Feb 07, 2020

The correct answer to this question is B; Variation occurs when children try to decode and guess the meaning of printed words. Miscue analysis is the variation that is produced when students try to read or decode words. Ken Goodman's idea was that miscues could have an impact on the meaning of a word.

Answer A is incorrect because miscues describe reading and not the attempts to read. C is incorrect because Goodman does not see miscues as errors, but he attempts to communicate. Lastly, D is incorrect because miscues and schema theory are different and have no connection to each other.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Sep 09, 2016

Variation that occurs when children try to decode and guess the meaning of printed words.-miscue analysis describes the variation that students produce in their attempts to read or decode words. goodman suggested that only those miscues affecting meaning should be taken into account. (a) is incorrect because miscues is a term to describe reading not necessarily writing attempts. (c) is incorrect because goodman does not identify miscues as errors, plus the concept does not apply to attempts to communicate orally, such as conversation. (d) is incorrect because there is no connection between miscues and the schema theory. competency 004
 

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