TB7 DL Lecture 4 MCQs; Reading comprehension +impairments

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1. What is comprehension monitering?

  • Used to establish and maintain links between premises in the text
  • The distinctness and completeness of a representation of a word reflects its quality. Includes phonological, semantic and orthographic info
  • Checking whether incoming information fits with the current representation of the situation
  • Performance on reading comprehension tasks
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2. What did Oakhill et al, 2003 find?

  • Comprehension monitering at 7 years predicted RC 1 year later
  • Comprehension monitering at 10 years predicted RC 1 year later
  • Comprehension monitering at 7 years predicted RC 2 years later
  • Comprehension monitering at 10 years predicted RC 2 years later

3. What were the three main conditions of the ReadMe project training study (Clarke, Snowling, TrueLove, Hulme, 2010)?

  • Oral language, text comprehension and combined
  • Written language, text comprehension and combined
  • Oral language, written language and combined
  • Vocabulary, written comprehension and combined

4. What is the alternative view of RC impairment posited by the Oakhill/Cain group?

  • It is deficits in HIGH level processes that impede RC also dependent on semantic deficits
  • It is deficits in LOW level processes that impede RC also dependent on semantic deficits
  • It is deficits in HIGH level processes that impede RC independent of a semantic deficit
  • It is deficits in LOW level processes that impede RC independent of a semantic deficit

5. 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

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