~ (2005) ( NU 2005) measures bilingual verbal ability, as well as the combination of cognitive/academic language abilities possessed by bilingual individuals in English and another language. The test is based on the assumtion that that bilingual persons know some things in one language, some things in another language, and some things in both languages. The tests are comprised of three subtests form the Woodcock-Johnson-Revised Test of Cognitive Ability: Picture Vocabulary; Oral Vocabulary, and Verbal Analogies. The subtests are administered in English first, then missed items are re-administered in the native languege. Languages are: Arabic, Chinese (2 forms), French, German, Haitian-Creole, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, and Vietnamese.
7-language test record includes: Arabic, Chinese, German, Hini, Korean, Polish, and Turkish.
A Normative Update (NU) in 2005
Complete Kit includes: easel, 1 set of tests for each language, software, manual, & 25 test forms in various languages
RANGE: 5 - adult
TIME: 20-30 minutes LEVEL: B
~ (1986) measures English language proficiency for ESL students. Separate Listening, Structure, and Vocabulary tests measure important dimensions of second language learning. Pre- and post-test forms may be administered as entry-exit tests within the same semester.
RANGE: 13+ years
ADMINISTRATION: Individual or Group
TIME: 20-45 minutes LEVEL: B
~ is a competency-based ESL program integrating basic academic English skills with practical life skills. Exercises to develop reading, writing, speaking, listening, and problem solving capabilities are included.
~ identifies the appropriate starting level for ESL and literacy instruction. Subtests include: listening comprehension, grammar, life skills, reading comprehension, and composition. Students are given a brief individual oral screening before proceeding to group adminstration.
RANGE: 16+ years
ADMINISTRATION: Group, 15-20 minutes LEVEL: B
~ provides gentle exercises involving recall, writing and drawing for ESL student of all ages.
~ assess, identifies and places students with limited English proficiency.Five color-coded levels are availbale , with four seperate tests at each level: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing.. All Kindergarten and grade 1 tests and the Speaking Test ( for all Levels) are individually administered.
Alternate equivalent forms are available.
RANGE: Grades K-1 Red, 2-3 Blue, 4-5 Orange, 6-8 Ivory, 9-12 Tan
ADMINISTRATION: Individual or Group LEVEL: B
~ (2003) provides an indication of the English proficiency of secondary students who are not native speakers of English. Results are useful in determining the readiness of such students to undertake full-time programs conducted in English. There are three equivalent but different forms to choose from for test/re-test situations.
Kit includes: 20 boklets, 100 answer sheets, manual & cassette
ADMINISTRATION: Group LEVEL: B
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