Have you ever wanted to look more deeply into the grammatical morphemes your students are or are not using? Get a better picture of your students' pragmatic language strengths and weaknesses? This resource will help you do both!
Pages 3-5: blank language sample recording sheets with space for # of morphemes
Pages 6-8: checklist to analyze absence/presence of key morphemes and functions of language, mean length of utterance, and intelligibility. Also includes intelligibility norms.
Pages 9-10: elaborate picture scenes useful for eliciting language; one is full of expected behaviors, the other is full of absurdities.
Pages 11-16: pragmatics assessment - analyze a child’s use of pragmatic skills based on his/her age. Skills are listed in order of age of acquisition. Scoring is based on a likert scale. Can be used by SLPs, teachers, paraprofessionals, other therapists (e.g. OT, PT), and parents. Give to multiple adults on the child’s team in order to get a better picture of skills in different settings and for intra-rater reliability. Pragmatics skills measured span birth to 11 years old.