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Language Informal Assessment #2

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This product is for everyone who loves the original Language Informal Assessment and wants additional stories, core standards and information to re-test students!

This informal assessment is a fabulous way to compare a student’s language skills to the Common Core State Standards. The assessment typically takes 15-20 minutes and can be used as part of a full evaluation, or to measure progress over time. All questions are directly related to the common core, including:

SL.2: Recount or describe ideas or details from verbally presented materials

SL.3: Ask and answer questions

SL.4: Describe familiar people, things, and places

SL.6: Express ideas clearly

L.1: Use correct grammar

L.5: Determine and clarify meanings of unknown and multiple-meaning words.

L.5: Understand word relationships

“Language Informal Assessment #2” is a unique assessment because it assesses students at their current levels and can be also used to compare to the grade-level standard.

Level 1 (Kindergarten-1st grade CCSS level)

Level 2 (2nd-3rd grade CCSS level)

Level 3 (4th-5th+ grade CCSS level)

“Language Informal Assessment #2” differs from the original Language Informal Assessment in that it provides new stories and targets. Levels 2 and 3 also focus on different parts of the standard than the first Assessment did. Like the original assessment, this informal assessment requires only 2 pages to be printed out before the assessment begins. Answers are directly inputted to the pdf during the assessment and can be printed immediately.

Read my blog post and watch a video of this product in action here.

Looking for more informal assessments? Check out:

Language Informal Assessment.

Social Language Informal Assessment

Articulation Informal Assessment (FREE if you subscribe by email to my blog)



❤️ "Wow, I love this informal assessment! It is great for screenings for the ever-growing number of intervention students I have. I also like to use it as a supplement for the CELF, which does not always pick up deeper language difficulties by itself. Well done!"

❤️ "This is a MUST for all SLPs. I have used it already and it is Monday morning! It is a comprehensive resource to gather and use immediately for progress reports, annual review or as a supplement to standardized testing. Thank you!!!"



Hi! I'm Cheri, SLP and doctoral student. I'm an Ivy League graduate and creator of one of the first and longest-running speech therapy blogs in the world, Super Power Speech. Since graduating with my master's degree in 2000, I have worked in schools, clinics, hospitals, and private practice. I am a national presenter and have taught students around the world in my online courses. In my free time, you can find me playing soccer with my two teens or reading three books at the same time (in front of the fire, while crocheting).

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