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Reading Process Brief Edition of Reading Process and Practice, Third Edition

ISBN-10: 0325028435
ISBN-13: 9780325028439
Edition: 3rd 2009
Authors: Constance Weaver
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Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Heinemann
Publication date: 8/17/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.606
Language: English

Constance Weaver, Professor Emerita of English at Western Michigan University, has published five books with Heinemann: Grammar to Enrich and Enhance Writing (2008), The Grammar Plan Book (2007), Reading Process and Practice, Third Edition (2002), Teaching Grammar in Context (1996), and the edited Lessons to Share on Teaching Grammar in Context (1998). She is also the author of Grammar for Teachers (1979, NCTE). In 1996, the Michigan Council of Teachers of English honored Weaver with the Charles C. Fries award for outstanding leadership in the profession. Her interests include holistic health, kayaking, enjoying mountains and waterfalls, and traveling.

Introducing the National Reading Panel Report
The Failure of the Reading First Initiative
Reading as a Sociopsycholinguistic Process
Teaching Phonics and Phonemic Awareness
Problems with Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Fluency in Reading First
Dissecting DIBELS
The Unwanted Demand for Fluency in DIBELS
Reading as a Cognitive, Constructive, and �Chaotic� Process
Definitions of Reading: They Make a Difference
The Importance of a Definition
Characterizing Reading and Reading Instruction
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
For Further Exploration
Schemas and Transactions in the Reading Process
Comprehending and Learning to Read
The Meaning of Words and Sentences: A First Look
Schemas: What Are They?
Schemas in Reading
Schemas and Transactions
Pragmatics: Situational, Social, and Cultural Factors in Reading
Transactions Within the Language of the Text: Grammatical Signals
Surface Versus Deep Structure
Contrasting Models of Reading and Learning to Read
Comprehending Language in Reading
A skills View of Reading and Learning to Read
A Transactional, Sociopsycholinguistic View of Reading and Learning to Read
For Further Exploration
Contexts and Strategies in the Reading Process
The Varieties of Context: An Overview
Context Beyond the Sentence and the Text
Using Context to Determine Meaning and Acquire Vocabulary
Using Context to Identify Words
Context Within the Sentence
Language Cues and Reading Strategies
Context in Reading: Review and Preview
For Further Exploration
What Miscues Tell Us About Reading and Readers: Reciprocal Insights
Reading Proficiency and the Use of Context
Miscues on Basic Sight Words
Constructing Meaning and Reconstructing Text
Good Versus Less Proficient Readers' Use of Context
Why Not Word Identification?
Words as Symbols
Constructing Meaning Without All the Words
Constructing Meaning and Forgetting the Words
Implications for Understanding Dialect Miscues
Revaluing Readers
Review and Beyond
For Further Exploration
Word Perception in the Reading Process
The Eyes and the Brain
Parts of Words at Work
Activity 1
Activity 2
Activity 3
Parts of Words in Review
How We Perceive Words
Activity 1
Activity 2
Syllables: A Perceptually Salient Unit
More on Reading by Analogy
The Role of Phonics Rules in the Reading Process
Word Parts and Word Perception in Review
Eye Movement and Eye Fixation Studies and the Perception of Words
Popular Claims by Oft-Cited Researchers
Eye Fixation Research
Proficient Reading: �Flow� Rather than �Fluency�
Toward a More Complete Model of the Reading Process
For Further Exploration
Understanding What Miscues Can Tell Us About Readers' Strategies
What We Can Learn by Analyzing Miscues
Miscue Markings
Unsuccessful Attempt at Correction
Abandoning a Correct Response
Sounding Out
Miscues That Reflect Good Strategies
Miscues That Reflect Good Prediction
Miscues Involving Pronouns and Function Words
Miscues That Reflect Readers' Language Patterns
Immature Speech Pattern
Ethnic, Social, or Regional Dialect
ESL-Related and EFL-Related Miscues
Miscues That Result from Monitoring Comprehension
Regressions to Correct
Repetitions and Pauses
Miscues That Suggest Inefficient Reading
Overcorrection of Miscues
Miscues That Suggest Ineffective Reading
The Use of Graphic Cues in Relation to Other Cues
Effective Use of Graphic Cues Along with Other Cues
Underuse of Graphic Cues
Overuse of Graphic Cues and Underuse of Other Cues
Related but Different Approaches to Miscue Analysis
Miscue Analysis in the Goodman Tradition
Crucial Differences Between Miscue Analysis and Running Records
For Further Exploration
Analyzing Miscues and Looking for Patterns
Coding the Miscues
Analyzing, Coding, and Interpreting the Data from Tony's Miscues
Analyzing and Coding Tony's Miscues
Interpretation of Tony's Miscue Patterns
Another Way of Coding Tony's Miscues
Marking Miscues for Coding
How to Mark Miscues on the Selection Copy
General Principles and Procedures for Coding Miscues
Did the miscue reflect the speaker's ordinary speech patterns?
Did the miscue go with the grammar and meaning of what came before?
Did the miscue go with the grammar and meaning of what followed?
Did the miscue leave the essential meaning of the sentence intact?
Was the miscue corrected?
Was the miscue graphically similar?
Was the sentence, as the reader finally left it, semantically acceptable ivithin the whole original selection that was read?
Alternative Miscue Analysis Procedures and Forms
Analyzing Jay's Miscues
Interpretation of Jay's Miscue Patterns
For Further Exploration
Developing a Reader Profile: From Assessment to Instruction
The Reading Interview and the First Session
The Reading Interview
Preparing for and Conducting the First Session
Recording the Data from the Interview
Preparing for and Conducting the Second Session
Preparing for the Reading
Preparing for the Retelling and Extended Discussion
Preparing to Ask Questions About a Story
Conducting the Oral Reading and Retelling
Recording the Retelling Data
Recording the Miscues on the Selection Copy
Coding the Miscues and Analyzing Patterns
Developing a Reader Profile: Tangling with the Messiness of Reality
The Reading Intervieiu
The Retelling and Discussion
Miscues, Miscue Patterns, and Reading Strategies
An Instructional Plan
Additional Forms for Recording Data
Other Aspects of a Reading Portfolio and Profile
For Further Exploration
Revaluing Readers, Retrospective Miscue Analysis, and Other Strategies for Helping Readers
Phonics, Words, and Reading
Efficient Reading and Fluency
Revaluing Readers
Erica: From Analysis to Assistance
Analyzing Erica's Miscues
Helping Erica Revalue Herself as a Reader
Retrospective Miscue Analysis
Teachers Choosing the Miscues for Discussion
Readers Selecting Their Own Miscues for Discussion
Retrospective Miscue Analysis with Pairs or Groups
The �Think-Aloud� Strategy
Helping Readers Develop Needed Concepts, Vocabulary, and Strategies
Extra Help Through Shared Reading and Constructive Reading Strategies
For Further Exploration
Appendix to Chapter 9: Matching Instniction to Readers' Varied Needs

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