Language samples are the tools that speech-language pathologists (SLP) use

Standardized tests are often developed in a university setting using hundreds of participants. At the conclusion of testing, the speech-language pathologist is able to compute a score based on the performance of the individual. Each score is compared to the group of participants initially tested. Standardized tests often have pictures and require the individual to point to the “correct one,” or the person may be instructed to follow simple or complex directions. !ese tests measure how well one recognizes and comprehends spoken and written language. Expressive language is the ability to speak and use written … Continue reading Language samples are the tools that speech-language pathologists (SLP) use