Need a quick and easy way to grab current articulation levels? Screen Spanish-speaking or bilingual students? This articulation screener is for you!
Featuring 18 common words that target each Spanish phoneme in word initial and medial positions, as well as an additional 18 words to look more in depth at the inverse position, multisyllabic words and clusters, this easy screener is a great tool for informal articulation data.
- 2 page protocol
- Spanish Speech Sound Norms based on McLeod and Crowe's 2018 research
- 36 card sized images
- 36 booklet sized images
With two image options, you can create flash cards or a booklet to best serve you and your needs. An easy to fill out protocol features a list of the target words, the target transcription, space to transcribe the response, target sound and position, notes, and even an area to analyze common phonological processes in Spanish. Use the accompanying speech sound norms (based on McLeod and Crowe's 2018 research) to review if the errors are age appropriate.
For a quick view of a child's speech sounds, administer the front page of the protocol (18 stimulus words). This will provide you with *each Spanish phoneme in two contexts. For a more in depth view, continue with the second set of 18 words on the back of the protocol, which will provide you with an example of each blend in Spanish as well as consonants in the inverse position (closed syllables).
*The ñ phoneme is not probed in the word initial position as it is relatively uncommon in Spanish.
Note: This is not a standardized assessment. It is not an exhaustive review of phonological processes and allophonic variations between dialects. It is meant to be an informal measure to review if a child needs an in-depth evaluation of his or her speech sound errors. It is also intended to be an informal resource to look at the current level of a child's speech sounds that may supplement an evaluation or current levels of functioning.
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