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Access Arrangements and Reading Comprehension

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by lostlamb, Oct 24, 2019.

  1. lostlamb

    lostlamb New commenter

    I have just assessed 17 year old, scored very low (below 69) reading comprehension scores in ART2, is this evidence for 50% ET? Speed was average, but she understood nothing.
    Thanks in advance
     
  2. Flanks

    Flanks Senior commenter

    No, reading comprehension is not a speed of processing task. For 50% extra time you need <69 in two separate areas of speed of processing, so for example: Speed of Reading and Rapid Naming.

    A reading score that low might be worth considering an oral language modifier. It is an access arrangement of last resort, but if you can evidence the need and show normal classroom practice it might be the best support.
     

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