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As I read the article titled Inviting Reflection on Reading through Over the Shoulder Miscue Analysis by M Ruth Davenport and Carol Lauritzen I learned a lot about Over the Shoulder Analysis I agree with many aspects of this procedure and the benefits it offers to teachers as well as students I would like to share my views opinions and modifications on Over the Shoulder AnalysisI like that this procedure is not time consuming and can be done in the busiest classrooms The article talks about in the moment assessment which is an opportunity to provide time for reflection I feel that when a child stops to take time to reflect on their reading they are learning to be aware of their reading skills and develop a love of reading I remember when I was in fourth grade I was asked to be a reading tutor for first graders I enjoyed working with the first graders but my favorite part was listening to them respond to what they read and what they thought I agree with the article stating that this reading assessment is a great way for teachers to have opportunities to learn about their students reading strategies and how they use the cueing language system The three cueing systems they use while reading is syntax semantics and graphophonics I feel that these cueing systems are vital when it comes to comprehension of what is being read Over the Shoulder Analysis is a great way of looking for reading patterns that is noted on miscue page A teacher can look at these patterns and denote if there are any discrepancies that need to be address but I feel more importantly is the strengths that can be seen in the reading patterns Another process of this assessment is called Teacher Conferences The article talks about teacher conferences helping teachers to slow down and to take time to get
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