This is an excel spreadsheet made to allow for quick, easy, and thorough analysis/reporting of a child's performance on the GFTA-3, including a KLPA-3 analysis. You simply enter the errors that the child produces on each target word and the spreadsheet will generate charts analyzing it in regards to single consonant errors, consonant blend errors, errors in "R", as well as percent consonant correct for that particular sub-test. For the Sounds-in-Words subset a KLPA-3 analysis is automatically completed and results can be viewed in detail or overall snapshot/percentages of each processes addressed by the KLPA-3. All the charts are unlocked so they can easily be tweaked however you want them. You can also easily copy and paste the charts into a Microsoft Word document or FIE/special education documentation program. I hope you find it as useful as I have. Enjoy!
-Each box for a possible error has a drop down list so you can easily click and add the appropriate IPA symbols. (No more looking them up and trying to copy/paste them into your reports)
-The file is read only to make sure you don't inadvertently delete some of the behind the scenes stuff. You can, however, do a "save as" and keep a copy of that particular kid's info if you wish.
If you have any questions, notice any error, or have a request for some additional feature please drop me a message. I am a full-time school based SLP as well as a part-time computer nerd and love improving on my tools.
This spreadsheet is for personal use only. To share, you must purchase multiple licenses- 1 per user.
If you work with individuals with dialectical errors and you want to determine "difference vs. disorder" with these errors you might want to check the other version of the program that I have in the store. The Goldman Fristoe-3 (GFTA-3) Dialectical Scoring/Reporting Assistance program generates all the tables present in this version but also has additional tables that show "true errors" as opposed to dialectical errors for multiple dialects including Spanish-influenced English, African American English, and Vietnamese-influenced English.