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2. In a training study by Burgoyne et al (2012), where were no gains found?

  • Non-word reading, letter-sound knowledge and phoneme blending
  • Single word reading, letter-sound knowledge and phoneme blending
  • Non-word reading and spelling
  • Single word reading, letter-sound knowledge and spelling

3. Do SLI and dyslexia both share impairments in text decoding?

  • Yes
  • No

4. What did a meta-analysis by Naess et al (2012) show?

  • Children with DS and Typical matched on word recognition, but DS worse on non word decoding and phonological awareness
  • Children with DS and Typical matched on word recognition, but DS better on non word decoding and phonological awareness

5. In letter-sound knowledge, what is the alphabetic principle?

  • A knowledge of mappings between printed letter forms and their alphabetic equivalents
  • A knowledge of mappings between printed letter forms and their phonological equivalents
  • A knowledge of mappings between printed letter forms and their rhyme equivalents
  • A knowledge of mappings between printed letter forms and their semantic equivalents

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