HearBuilder® Story Retell Test

By Elisabeth Wiig, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and Wayne Secord, Ph.D., CCC-SL

Ages: 4;6-9;11

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The HearBuilder Story Retell Test (H-SRT) consists of the Story Retell subtest of the ELLA. Evaluates a student's ability to listen to, remember the content of, and reconstruct and retell a story. Norm-referenced; standard scores, percentile ranks, means, confidence intervals, and age equivalents. Examiner's Manual, Trial Item Stimulus Card, Three Story Books (Levels 1–3), Record Form. Ages 4;6–9;11. (2012)
The HearBuilder Story Retell Test (H-SRT) consists of the Story Retell subtest of the ELLA. Evaluates a student's ability to listen to, remember the content of, and reconstruct and retell a story. Norm-referenced; standard scores, percentile ranks, means, confidence intervals, and age equivalents. Examiner's Manual, Trial Item Stimulus Card, Three Story Books (Levels 1–3), Record Form. Ages 4;6–9;11. (2012)
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Author(s) Elisabeth Wiig, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and Wayne Secord, Ph.D., CCC-SL
Topic Auditory Processing, Critical Thinking, Describing Skills, Hearing and Sign Language, Sequencing, Storytelling, Tests, Vocabulary
Brand Super Duper Publications

HearBuilder® Story Retell Test

  • Ages 4;6–9;11
  • Norm-referenced; standard scores, percentile ranks, confidence intervals, and age equivalents
  • H-SRT Complete kit includes: Examiner’s Manual, Trial Item Stimulus Card, Three Story Books (Levels 1–3), 25 Record Forms
  • Qualification Level: A

The HearBuilder Story Retell Test (H-SRT) consists of the Story Retell subtest of the Emerging Literacy & Language Assessment (ELLA). It evaluates students' listening comprehension skills and ability to retell the sequence of events in the presented story. H-SRT meets Early Reading First and Reading First requirements.

How to Administer the H-SRT

To administer the H-SRT, read the student a story while showing him/her the pictures in a storybook. There is a trial item story for use with the Trial Item Stimulus Card, and then there are three stories contained in individual storybooks (Level 1 – A Day at the Beach, for ages 4;6–5;5; Level 2 – Ice Cream Surprise, for ages 5;6–6;11; and Level 3 – Making the Team, for ages 7;0–9;11). After reading the story to the student from the Record Form while showing the picture card or age-appropriate storybook, give the stimulus card or storybook to the student and have him/her tell the story back to you. Record responses on the Record Form.

Who May Administer the H-SRT?

Speech-language pathologists, special educators, resource specialists, reading specialists, school psychologists, and other professionals who are knowledgeable about literacy and language may administer the H-SRT. Test administrators should be experienced in the administration, scoring, and interpretation of standardized tests.

Obtaining Scores

H-SRT allows examiners to obtain standard scores, confidence intervals, percentile ranks, and age equivalents.

H-SRT Complete Kit

  • Examiner’s Manual with descriptions, explanations, and directions for administration, scoring, and interpretation
  • Trial Item Stimulus Card
  • Three Story Books:
    • Level 1 – A Day at the Beach (ages 4;6–5;5)
    • Level 2 – Ice Cream Surprise (ages 5;6–6;11)
    • Level 3 – Making the Team (ages 7;0–9;11)
  • 25 Record Forms that provide directions, space to record responses, and a scoring summary
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