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MISCUE ANALYSIS OF NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS

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Our investigation involves an analysis of the miscues made by both native speakers and non-native speakers of English while reading aloud in English. The results of our miscue analysis support there being one common underlying reading process in both first and second languages involving the active construction of meaning through the application of both top-down and bottom-up strategies. Language proficiency was found to influence the degree to which the different strategies were applied.

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Ferguson, A. & Harding, E. & Helmer, K. & Suh, S. J., (2003) “MISCUE ANALYSIS OF NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS”, Journal of Second Language Acquisition and Teaching 10, p.51-67.

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Angela Ferguson (University of Arizona)
Elisa Harding (Wilson College, Chambergsburg)
Kimberly Helmer (University of Arizona)
Soo Jung Suh (University of Maryland, College Park)

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