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Self-correction is one sign that a reader has sufficient control over his or her own production to monitor it and correct it if necessary. Of course, if self-correction is too frequent, fluency will suffer.

Suggested Reading
Goodman, Y. M., & Burke, C. L. (1972). Reading miscue inventory manual: Procedure for diagnosis and evaluation. NewYork, NY: Macmillan.

Recht, D. R. (1976). The self-correction process in reading. The Reading Teacher, 29(7), 632-636.

Schwartz, R. M. (1997). Self-monitoring in beginning reading. The Reading Teacher, 51(1), 40-48.





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