(TNL-2) Test of Narrative Language–Second Edition

by Ronald B. Gillam and Nils A. Pearson
Format
Individual
ADMIN TIME
15 to 20 minutes
Ages
4-0 to 15-11 years
Benefit
Enables clinicians to assess important aspects of narrative language without having to transcribe children’s stories
Publish Date
2017
Qualifications
Level C required.

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    The TNL-2 is a norm-referenced test that measures children’s narrative language abilities (i.e., children’s ability to understand and tell stories). Narration is an important aspect of spoken language, not usually measured by oral-language tests, that provides a critical foundation for literacy.

    The TNL-2 enables clinicians to assess important aspects of narrative language without having to transcribe children’s stories. This saves hours of transcription time and provides a valid and reliable metric of narrative language development. The TNL-2 is a natural complement to other standardized tests that use contrived formats to assess components of oral language, and it is especially useful for diagnosing language-based learning disabilities.

    Features of the TNL-2:

    • Functional assessment of narrative comprehension and narrative production
    • Alternating comprehension and production tasks, so children can profit from adult narrative models
    • Measures the ability to comprehend and produce three types of stories: a script, a personal narrative, and a fictional narrative
    • Scoring system for oral narratives that does not require clinicians to transcribe the stories
    • Clear, well-organized norms tables and administration procedures, as well as an easy-to-use record form
    • Fair and equitable assessment of narrative discourse for all children