Test Of Language Development-Intermediate — Fourth Edition
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The Test of Language Development: Intermediate - Fourth Edition (TOLD:I-4), is a language development assessment test designed for use in identifying children with communication disabilities. Professionals can use the test to (1) identify children between the ages of eight and seventeen years old who are significantly below their peers in oral language proficiency, (2) determine specific strengths and weaknesses in oral language skills, (3) document progress in remedial programs, and (4) measure oral language in research studies. The test comprises six subtests that measure semantics (i.e., meaning and thought) or grammar (i.e., syntax and morphology) skills. Two subtests measure listening abilities; two measure organizing abilities; and two measure speaking abilities. The combination of all six subtests represents overall spoken language. Tests are administered individually, and testing time is 30 minutes to 1 hour. The test kit includes an Examiner’s Manual, Picture Book, and 25 Examiner/Record forms, all in a sturdy storage box. OPTIONS: Pack of 25 Examiner/Record forms; Examiner's Manual; Picture Book; pack of 25 Profile/Examiner Record forms.
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