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Told-I:4

Test of Language Development-Intermediate: Fourth Edition

Donald D. Hammill, Ed.D., Phyllis L. Newcomer

Evaluate spoken language in children and adolescents ages 8 to 17


Told-I:4

Overview

Overview

The Test of Language Development-Intermediate: Fourth Edition identifies children who are significantly below their peers in oral language proficiency, determines their specific strengths and weaknesses in oral language skills, documents their progress in remedial programs, and measures oral language in research studies.

  • Demographics represent a sample of the 2005 population
  • Floor effects eliminated
  • Numerous validity studies provided
  • New composites for Organizing and Multiple Meaning are in the battery
  • Testing range now includes 13-0 to 17-11
  • Testing manual is more user-friendly

Quick Reference

Age

Age

8 to 17

Administration Type

Administration Type

Self

Administration Time

Administration Time

30 to 60 Minutes

Qualification Level

Qualification Level

B

Format(s)

Format(s)

Handscored

Quick Reference

Age

Age

8 to 17

Administration Type

Administration Type

Self

Administration Time

Administration Time

30 to 60 Minutes

Qualification Level

Qualification Level

B

Format(s)

Format(s)

Handscored

Reliability and Validity

Reliability and Validity

Normative Data

Normative Data

Numerous validity studies, including studies of the test’s “sensitivity” and “specificity” have been provided.

Normative data were collected from a demographic representative sample of the 2005 U.S. population.