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LYST 241 - Miscue Analysis and Retrospective Miscue Analysis


Semester Hours: 3
Fall, Spring
This course takes a sociopsycholinguistic perspective on the reading process and recognizes that the meanings that readers construct are both personal and social. By engaging in several close-grained observations of oral reading events, participants use miscue analysis techniques to document readers’ uses of cognitive strategies and language cue systems. Additionally, participants select and teach strategy lessons and conduct retrospective miscue analysis sessions with one student.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
Completion of Phase I courses.  LYST 214  or 215A .


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