-delayed language, aphasia, dyslexia -15 stand alone tests measure comprehension, expression and retrieval in 4 categories:
-Requires no reading or writing
When would you use the TNL?
-language impairment -ability to use language in narrative context -ability to answer literal and inferential questions -provides 3 formats: no cues, single-picture cues and sequence-picture cues
What does the CELF assess?
-S 1: core concepts of language -S 2: quantitative view of child's language skills
language structure, content & memory
What does the OWL assess?
-oral & written language skills S 1: listening comprehension (syntactic, lexical & supralinguistics) S 2: oral expression (syntactic, lexical, supralinguistic & pragmatic) S 3: written expression (conventions, linguistics & content of writing)
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