1. What accounted for the largest amount of variance in Muter et al (2004) study?
- Phonological awareness and Vocabulary
- Phonological awareness and letter-sound knowledge
- Phonological awareness and rhyme awareness
- Letter-sound knowledge and rhyme awareness
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2. 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
3. When were the greatest improvements caused by intervention found in oral language?
- Younger children
- Older children
- The elderly
4. Although lower than in typically developing children, what are the 'strengths' of children with down syndrome?
- Social skills, reading and speech perception & production
- Oral language, verbal memory and visual skills & visual memory
- Social skills, reading and visual skills & visual memory
- Oral language, verbal memory, speech perception & production
5. In Burgoyne et als (2012) training intervention study, did gains generalise to other skills e.g receptive and expressive grammar?