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Letter-Sound Correspondence   Letter-Sound Correspondence is the ability to say or write the letter that corresponds to a speech sound....  
LI   First or native language....  
Life Skills   Those skills which are considered the content of adult literacy dealing with such classifications as consumer economics, government and law, occupational...  
Limited English Proficient (LEP)  Limited English Proficient (LEP) is the term used by the federal government, most states, and local school districts to identify those K-12 students who...  
Lindamood-Bell Reading Intervention Method   The Lindamood-Bell reading intervention method was designed to compensate for unreliable auditory perceptions of students with reading disabilities. The...  
Liquids   Liquids are consonant sounds produced with obstruction but without friction and capable of being produced continuously (like vowels); /r/ and /l/ are...  
Listening Vocabulary   Words we understand or know the meanings of and use as we listen to others....  
Literacy   An individual’s ability to read, write, and speak in English, compute, and solve problems, at levels of proficiency necessary to function on the job,...  
Literacy Information and Communication System (LINCS)  The Literacy Information and Communication System, commonly referred to as LINCS, is a resource gathering, professional development, and national dissemination...  
Literal Reading Comprehension   Literal comprehension is the ability to recall specific ideas or pieces of information from a text that has been read, or to make very simple inferences...  
Local Educational Agency (LEA)  The Local Educational Agency (LEA) is a school district or county office of education, as identified in documents pertaining to federal or state educational...  
Local Norms   Local norms are norms that have been obtained from data collected in a limited locale, such as a school system, county, or state. They may be used instead...  
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