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test of integrated language and literacy skills (tills)

The Test of Integrated Language and Literacy Skills (TILLS) measures integrated language-literacy abilities to allow examiners to assess and compare students’ language-literacy skills at both the sound/word level, and the sentence/discourse level.

ITEM DESCRIPTION PRICE QTY
31703 Test of Integrated Language and Literacy Skills (TILLS) Kit
$550.00
31703M TILLS Examiner's Manual
$100.00
31703B TILLS Stimulus Book
$150.00
31703T TILLS Technical Manual
$80.00
31703Q TILLS Quick Start Guide, Pk/5
$30.00
31703P TILLS Examinger Practice Workbook
$25.00
31703R TILLS Examiner Rec.Forms and Student Response Forms,Pk/25
$100.00
31703L TILLS Student Language Scales, Pk/50
$35.00

 

Captures the complete picture of students’ oral and written language skills

Nickola Wolf Nelson, Ph.D., Elena Plante, Ph.D., Nancy Helm-Estabrooks, Sc.D., and Gillian Hotz, Ph.D.

  • Age Range:  6-18 years
  • Time:  90 minutes or less

The TILLS measures integrated language-literacy abilities that reflect the complex demands of the general education curriculum.  It is a comprehensive, norm-referenced test that has been standardized to:

  • Identify language/literacy disorders
  • Document patterns of relative strengths and weaknesses
  • Track changes in skills, over time

Professionals can administer the entire test, single subtests, of combinations of subtests. The TILLS is constructed to allow the examiner to derive scores, for identifying, tracking and profiling a student’s strengths and weaknesses, and interpreting the results to support decisions about what to do next.

The 15 TILLS subtests allow examiners to assess and compare students’ language-literacy skills at both the sound/word level, and the sentence/discourse level, across the four oral and written modalities:  Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing.

Ideal for evaluating students:

  • Suspected of having a primary language impairment (specific language impairment
  • Suspected of having a learning disability, reading disability or dyslexia
  • Known to have conditions such as:  Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing, Autism Spectrum Disorder, or Intellectual Disability
  • Struggling with language and literacy comprehension and social communication skills (social communication disorder)

The TILLS Kit includes 25 each of the Examiner Record Forms and Student Response Forms; 50 Student Language Scales; an Examiner Practice Workbook; a Quick Start Guide; Stimulus Book, and Examiner’s Manual, with Digital Audio Files (on USB drive), and TILLS Tote Bag.