(REEL-3) Receptive-Expressive Emergent Language Test, Third Edition

by Kenneth R. Bzoch, Richard League, et al

(REEL-3) Receptive-Expressive Emergent Language Test, Third Edition

by Kenneth R. Bzoch, Richard League, et al
Benefits Identifies disabilities, conditions, and impairments that may affect language development
Ages Up to 3 years
Admin time 20 minutes
Scores Standard scores, percentile ranks, and age equivalents
Norms Based on parent reports describing the behavior of 1,112 infants and toddlers and stratified by age, gender, race, ethnic group, and geographic region
Publish Date 2003
Qualifications Level C required.
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BY KENNETH R. BZOCH, RICHARD LEAGUE, AND VIRGINIA L. BROWN

This popular test identifies infants and toddlers who have impairments that affect language development. It is especially useful in implementing early childhood intervention programs mandated under P.L. 99-457.

The REEL-3 consists of two core subtests—Receptive Language and Expressive Language—and a supplementary subtest—the Inventory of Vocabulary Words. It is typically used to screen for emergent language-learning problems, support clinical diagnosis, set intervention goals, and measure delays in infants with congenital anomalies and physical handicaps. Test results are helpful in determining the effect of physical and/or environmental risks on early speech and language development.

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