Ages: 5-0 through 11-11Testing Time: 35 MinutesAdministration: Individual
Use the Language Processing Test 3 Elementary (LPT 3) to diagnose language processing disorders in underachieving children. The test evaluates the ability to attach increasingly more meaning to information received to then formulate an expressive response.
The skills evaluated are discrete and carefully controlled, beginning with simple tasks and progressively increasing the language processing demand placed upon the student. This hierarchical approach ensures evaluation of prerequisite skills for increased processing demand. There are two pretests and six subtests. Each subsequent subtest builds on the skills previously evaluated. The test items are valid clinical indicators of the ability to attach meaning to language.
COMPLETE TEST INCLUDES: Examiner's Manual and 20 Test Forms. (©2005)
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