1. What are some broader oral language weaknesses of the poor comprehender?
- Rhyming judgment
- Morphosyntax, receptive grammar
- Receptive grammar only
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2. Which of these contains all of the low level processes underlying RC?
- Fluent word decoding, Grammatical knowledge, Comprehension monitering
- Inferencing, Comprehension monitering
- Fluent word decoding, Access to word meaning, Inferencing
- Fluent word decoding, Access to word meaning, Grammatical knowledge
- Inferencing, Comprehension monitering, Access to word meaning
3. What is a cohesive inference?
- Used to establish and maintain links between premises in the text
- Based on prior knowledge, not necessary to understand the text but aids in cohesion
4. How is the profile of a poor comprehender explained at a cognitive level?
- A semantic access problem. Poor quality representations impede comprehension/swift and effective retrieval.
- A fluency problem. Poor quality representations impede comprehension/swift and effective retrieval.
5. What is the core basis of the lexical quality hypothesis?
- A word basis for the ease with which readers intergrate information in sentences as they read
- The distinctness and completeness of a representation of a word reflects its quality. Includes phonological, semantic and orthographic info
- A knowledge and awareness of grammatical structure