TB7 DL Lecture 4 MCQs; Reading comprehension +impairments

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1. What did Nation & Snowlings (1998) study show?

  • Poor comprehenders had intact rhyme judgement (similar to controls) and impaired synonym judgement (21.3 error compared to 9.4)
  • Poor comprehenders had impaired rhyme judgement and intact synonym judgement (21.3 error compared to 9.4)
  • Poor comprehenders synonym and rhyme judgement was impaired
  • Poor comprehenders synonym and rhyme judgement was intact, performed similar to controls
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2. Which condition showed the most gains in reading comprehension relative to the control 11m post intervention? (ReadMe)

  • Oral language intervention condition
  • Text comprehension intervention condition
  • The combined intervention condition

3. Which of these contains all of the low level processes underlying RC?

  • Inferencing, Comprehension monitering
  • Fluent word decoding, Access to word meaning, Grammatical knowledge
  • Fluent word decoding, Grammatical knowledge, Comprehension monitering
  • Inferencing, Comprehension monitering, Access to word meaning
  • Fluent word decoding, Access to word meaning, Inferencing

4. What % of 7-11 year olds are thought to be poor comprehenders in the UK?

  • 10
  • 2
  • 20
  • 5

5. Why may the deficits in poor comprehenders be due to verbal working memory deficits?

  • Poor comprehenders have normal WM for spatial, impaired for verbal and are less likely to repeat words when facing comprehension difficulties
  • Poor comprehenders have normal WM for spatial, impaired for verbal and are more likely to repeat words when facing comprehension difficulties
  • Poor comprehenders have impaired WM for spatial and verbal tasks and are less likely to repeat words when facing comprehension difficulties

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