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language processing test 3: elementary (lpt3)

The Language Processing Test 3: Elementary (LPT3) evaluates the underlying process of language: the ability to attach increasingly more meaning to information received, and then formulate an expressive response.

ITEM DESCRIPTION PRICE QTY
31725 Language Processing Test 3: Elementary (LPT-3:E)
$168.00
31725R LPT-3:E Test Forms, Pk/20
$45.00

 

Diagnoses language processing disorders in underachieving children

Gail J. Richard and Mary Anne Hanner

  • Age Range:  5:0 through 11:11
  • Time: 35 minutes

The LPT3 evaluates the ability to attach increasingly more meaning to information received, and then formulate an expressive response.  The skills evaluated are discrete, and carefully controlled; beginning with simple tasks, and progressively increasing the language-processing demand placed on the student.

There are two pretests and six subtests.  Each subtests build on the skills previously evaluated.

LPT3 Subtests

  • Pretest 1:  Labeling-               Name pictures with a one-word response
  • Pretest 2:  Stating Functions- State a verb that describes the function of a specific noun
  • Subtest A:  Associations-        Name an additional item typically associated with a specific noun
  • Subtest B:  Categorization-     Name at least three items that belong to a specific category
  • Subtest C:  Similarities-           Compare two items, and the characteristics that put them in the same category
  • Subtest D:  Differences-          Contrast two items, and state the differences
  • Subtest E:  Multiple Meanings-State three definitions for each stimulus word
  • Subtest F:  Attributes-              Spontaneously describe a specific noun

The LPT3 Kit includes 20 Test Forms and a Manual.