Akyol, Hayati; Temur, Turan
September 2006
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2006, Vol. 10 Issue 29, p259
Academic Journal
In this study, third grade students' oral reading miscues were diagnosed. Data were collected from randomly chosen two third grade texts including a narrative and an expository text. Miscues were evaluated on the basis of informal reading inventory. In addition, miscues were also presented through descriptive data. As a result data showed that Elementary school third graders made self-correction, repetition, insertion, and substitution.


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