Reading miscues of the deaf. by Anne Stretton

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ContributionsCity of Manchester College of Higher Education. Department of Speech Therapy.
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Teaching Reading to Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students. This Reading miscues of the deaf. book presents 14 essays by renowned scholars on Deaf people, Deafhood, Deaf histories, and Deaf identity, but from different points of view on the Deaf/Disability compass.

Editors Susan Burch and Alison Kafer have divided, these works around three themes. Because scores of 12 and below are at chance levels (Dowaliby et al., ), all entering students who score at 14 or below are required to take the school's own Reading miscues of the deaf.

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miscues: meaningful assessment aids instruction By Pamela Luft L eRoy was a deaf sixth grader who used signs and his voice to communicate. Yanetta was a deaf eighth grader who had deaf parents and preferred American Sign Language (ASL).

Michael was a deaf fifth grader in a suburban school who attended an oral program and. Reading and sharing books together is important for language development. Our early language development team shares tips for story time with deaf or hard of hearing children. Keep ideas simple at first and find ways to interact with the book or story.

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9 This suggests that when reading to deaf children, parents and teachers need not be excessively concerned about knowing a sign for each and every word within the text, but should place a.

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Author Biography. Yetta M. Goodman, regents professor emerita in the College of Education, Department of Language, Reading and Culture, University of Arizona, Tucson, remains energetically engaged in her research, writing, teaching and consulting in the fields of early literacy development, miscue analysis and understandings of literacy publications include Making Sense of.

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Kuntz explains two level of reading: literal reading and inferrential reading. Inferrential reading is when a child understands the content on a deep level.

When reading a book, a parent interacts with the child in ASL, asking questions, making interpretations, etc. The. Analyzing Oral Reading Miscues: Miscue Analysis Recording Miscues Counting Miscues Analyzing the Miscues Evaluating Automaticity Evaluating Prosody Section 8 Administration and Scoring of the Qualitative Reading Inventory Comprehension Level-Diagnostic Passages Questions Criteria for Determining Reading.

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Students with specific language impairment (SL) and students matched for single-word reading ability read and retold stories that were approximately one grade level above their reading level. Children with SLI produced a significantly greater percentage of oral reading discrepancies (miscues) between printed and read words.

Their miscues were less graphophonemically, syntactically. a measure of first and second language reading fluency amongst Spanish-speaking learners of English, while Miller et al. () used oral reading to study bilingual children and found that reading skills developed as did oral language.

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