Vidya Arisandi, Kelik Wachyudi


This Research deals with “Miscue Ananalysis in Reading Aloud By Indonesian English
Foreign Learner.” This researchfocuses on diagnostics tool in reading by using miscue
analysis has been studied less extensively.The goal of this research is to check learners‟
reading comprehension on text by using diagnostic tool. Therefore, this research is
undertaken to investigate the features of miscues produced by the Indonesian EFL learners
in the process of orally reading English text. The method is focused to explicate participant,
research data, research instruments, data collection and data analysis. There are various
miscues occur in this study, such as mispronuncitaion, insertion, omission, calls for help,
hesitation, repetition, and self correction. It can be concluded that Reading aloud can make
learners have good pronunciation. It means that their dialect can be corrected while they are
reading aloud. Reading speed influences reading comprehension.

Keywords: Miscue Analysis, Reading aloud and EFL

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