Receptive and Expressive Language Baseline Data

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Great resource for progress monitoring as well as gathering baseline data. I have used this for a number of students to identify areas of need for IEP goals. Thank you!
It's great to have something quick and ready to go for gathering baseline data and progress monitoring.


Use this packet to probe and collect baseline data for receptive and expressive language skills. The packet can be used for RtI, IEPs, and progress monitoring. Many skills in this packet also align with the Common Core State Standards.


What awesome activities are included?

★ Prepositions: You will need a cup, table, chair, and two pencils. Receptive -- They must follow the directive. Expressive -- You complete the task, and ask them the question to elicit the preposition underlined.

★ Following Directions: Read the directions to the students to determine how many steps and what complexity they can achieve.

★ Answering Questions: Probe to see if students can respond to the various question forms.

★ Which One Does Not Belong?: Read the four words to your students, and they must express which one does not belong (not in category).

★ Category Naming: Provide the category, and have the student name three items in the category to get credit.

★ Synonym or Antonym?: Read the two words, and students must determine if they mean the same/different or synonym/antonym to get credit.

★ Syntax: Use the probes to elicit the various syntactical structures.

★ Auditory Memory: Read the various pieces of information (lists, sentences, words), and students must repeat them verbatim to get credit.

★ Multiple Meaning Words: Students must express the two meanings of the word provided to get credit.

★ Listening for Main Idea: Read the short passages, and students must express the main idea in order to get credit.

★ Expressing Sequences: For each scenario provided, students must express the stories or steps in the correct sequence in order to get credit.


What are other customers saying about this product?

"This is so extremely helpful not only for therapy but I've used it for functional assessments. A lifesaver."

"Super awesome about learning how kiddos are doing with following directions, prepositions, etc. (see above). Lots of examples/trials so you can really see how they are doing."

"This was so useful in investigating a few students' language abilities... some nice data to bring to the meeting!"


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