ERIC Number: ED261358
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Publication Date: 1982
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Language and Literacy: The Selected Writings of Kenneth S. Goodman. Volume I: Process, Theory, Research.
Goodman, Kenneth S.; Gollasch, Frederick V., Ed.
Encompassing his work in the psycholinguistics of reading, this book presents Kenneth Goodman's major papers focusing on miscue analysis, the theoretical model of the reading processes derived from it, and relevant research perspectives. Following an introduction to Goodman's works, the articles discuss the following topics: (1) the reading process, (2) theory and practice in the reading process, (3) the reading process as a psycholinguistic guessing game, (4) the linguistics of reading, (5) the decoding process, (6) psycholinguistic universals in the reading process, (7) universal features in the reading process, (8) what researchers know about reading, (9) miscues as windows on the reading process, (10) theory and reality of miscue analysis in reading, (11) a linguistic study of cues and miscues in reading, (12) analysis of oral reading miscues as applied psycholinguistics, (13) influences of the visual peripheral field, (14) learning about psycholinguistic processes by analyzing oral reading (with Yetta Goodman), and (15) linguistically sound research in reading. A final chapter by Brian Cambourne evaluates the Goodman reading model. The appendix contains the Goodman Taxonomy of Reading Miscues. (HTH)
Descriptors: Cognitive Processes, Decoding (Reading), Epistemology, Miscue Analysis, Models, Psycholinguistics, Reading Instruction, Reading Processes, Reading Research, Theory Practice Relationship
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