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2. What kind of strategies may children with DS be utilising to a higher degree?

  • Visual strategies and sight-word mapping
  • Inferencing and Visual strategies
  • Sematic strategies and sight-word mapping
  • Inferencing and grapheme-phoneme conversions

3. Which skills underly phonological awareness?

  • Metalinguistic awareness (Semantic, prag, morpho) and morphological knowledge
  • Phonological processing (STM & Retrieval) and Metalinguistic awareness (Semantic, prag, morpho)
  • Phonological processing (STM & Retrieval) and Semantic awareness
  • Metalinguistic awareness (Semantic, prag, morpho) and semantic awareness

4. Hulme et al (2012) What was the main finding for the DS group?

  • A relative advantage in reading compared to oral language skills, but slower rate of reading development compared to typical
  • A relative advantage in reading compared to oral language skills, but faster rate of reading development compared to typical
  • A relative advantage in oral compared to reading skills, but slower rate of reading development compared to typical
  • A relative advantage in oral compared to reading skills, but faster rate of reading development compared to typical

5. Why was onset-rime awareness thought to have more of an effect on early reading than phoneme awareness?

  • Children make analogies to help them read unknown words,but phonological skill/awareness seems to be a more important factor
  • Children make analogies to help them decode text more effectively

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