[MOSAIC] Fluency assessment question

ljackson ljackson at gwtc.net
Mon Aug 27 22:07:48 EDT 2007


Not much, IMO, but brilliant miscue sounds smarter!!!!  I guess I am
assuming, based on the email that got this thread rolling, that we aren't
really talking about either, as something was said about it not making
sense. 

Lori


On 8/27/07 6:31 PM, "Creecher12 at aol.com" <Creecher12 at aol.com> wrote:

>  
> In a message dated 8/27/2007 8:23:07 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> ljackson at gwtc.net writes:
> 
> but I  would worry if a
> child at upper levels was  guessing.
> 
> 
> Hey Lori, 
> We're friends so I can pick on you! : )
> What is the difference between a "good guess" and a "brilliant  miscue?"
>  
> Nancy
> Who often guesses herself.
> 
> 
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