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What was the population sample size?
The standardization sample included 1,267 children, ages 4;6-9;11, from 40 states. The standardization closely resembles data from the U.S. Census Bureau (Statistical Abstract of the U.S., 2003).
What age group does the
® to assess students between the ages of 4;6 and 9;11.
How long does it take to administer the
It takes approximately 30-45 minutes to administer
® to a child between the ages of 4;6 and 5;5. It takes approximately 60 minutes to administer
® to a child between the ages of 5;6 and 9;11.
Did you compare the
to other language and literacy tests?
We compared specific subtests of the ELLA® to sections and subtests of the
-4. During this comparison, we found that all three subtests examine similar skills.
Why is it important to test language and literacy in children?
It is extremely important to test children in the areas of language and literacy in order to identify children who might be at risk for reading difficulties.
How is the
® different from other tests of language and literacy?
® meets Early Reading First and Reading First requirements established by the Department of Education. In addition, it includes a comprehensive phonological awareness assessment and a Story Retell section.
How is the
There are three sections in the
Section 1: Phonological Awareness and Flexibility
Initial sound identification
Blending and segmenting sounds, words, and syllables
Deleting and substituting sounds in words
Section 2: Sign and Symbol Recognition and Interpretation
Environmental symbol identification
Word reference association
Reading comprehension for one to three sentences
Section 3: Memory, Retrieval, and Automaticity
Word associations (e.g., name items that start with the "S" sound)
Story Retell (includes three story levels based on the child's age)
for examples of specific subtest items.
® difficult to administer and score?
® is simple for you to administer and score. The
® is norm- and criterion-referenced and includes standard scores, confidence intervals, percentile ranks, means, and age equivalents.
How can the results of the
® be used to identify a child's areas of weakness and help me write IEP goals?
® manual includes a Curriculum and Classroom Connection for each of the 22 subtests to help you develop appropriate treatment and IEP goals based on a child's results on the
Can I preview the
® prior to purchasing it?
Yes. Have the supervisor of your district, school, or speech department fax your request on company/school letterhead (1-800-978-7379), and we will send you a review copy. You may also email the request to Customer Help at
or contact Customer Help at 1-800-277-8737.
Can I view sample items and forms for the
to view samples.
Do you offer training for the
to find out more information.
What comes in the
® complete kit?
® kit includes:
2 Stimulus Easels
50 Record Forms
Trial Item Stimulus Card
Pronunciation Guide CD-ROM
Clipboard with Calculator
Colorful, rolling tote bag
May I purchase any of the components of the ELLA®
Yes. You may purchase additional Record Forms and Storybooks separately. In addition, the Examiner's Manual is also sold separately.
ELLA - Emerging Literacy & Language Assessment
ELLA Response Booklets (25)
ELLA Examiner's Manual
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