Assesses discrete language processing skills, profiling strengths and weaknesses to inform diagnosis and treatment
5-0 to 11-11 years
8 subtests, each requiring the student to demonstrate a different language processing skill
Age equivalents, percentiles, and standard scores
Based on a sample of 1,313 children representative of the U.S. school population in regard to race, gender, age, and educational placement
(LPT 3) Language Processing Test 3: Elementary
BY GAIL J. RICHARD, PHD, AND MARY ANNE HANNER, PHD
The Language Processing Test, Elementary assesses a hierarchy of discrete language-processing skills, ranging from simple to complex. Its eight subtests measure the student’s ability to assign meaning to auditory stimuli. (The first two subtests function only as warm-up exercises.)
- Stating Functions
- Multiple Meanings
Easy to administer and score, the LPT-3 offers remediation suggestions, placement guidelines, and tips for communicating test results to parents—all of which can be used to create individualized language-processing therapy plans.
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