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Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals Preschool-3 Australian & New Zealand Standardised Edition Screening Test

CELF-Preschool 3 A&NZ Screening Test
Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals® Preschool-3 Australian & New Zealand Standardised Edition Screening Test (CELF® Preschool-3A&NZ Screening Test) quickly identifies preschool children ages 3:0-6:11 at risk for a language disorder
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CELF Preschool-3 A&NZ Screening Record Forms (Print)
A103000063754 Qualification Level B

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AUD 102.19

Overview

Scores/Interpretation:
Norms-based criterion score and descriptive information
Publication date:
March 2022
Completion time:
5-10 minutes
Administration:
Verbal response to stimulus picture
Age range:
3:0 to 6:11
Qualification level:
B
Scoring options:
Manual scoring
Report Options:
Q-Global

Product Details

Quickly identify children ages 3:0 through 6:11 who are at-risk for difficulties in managing the language demands of the classroom. CELF Preschool-3 A&NZ Screening Test offers an efficient measure of language skills. Screening responses can be transferred to the CELF Preschool-3 A&NZ Record Form.

 

Benefits

  • Screening time is minimal--under 10 minutes for each child. 

  • Reduce diagnostic test time. CELF Preschool-3 A&NZ Screening Test items are a subset of the CELF Preschool-3 A&NZ diagnostic test items. No need to readminister these items during diagnostic testing--simply transfer the screening responses to the CELF Preschool-3 A&NZ Record Form.  

  • The Screening Test items are those that were easy enough to provide initial practice on the task and items that had the best differentiation between typically developing children and children identified as having a language disorder.  

  • Criterion scores are based on analyses of the performance of more than 700 children tested during the CELF Preschool-3 A&NZ standardisation research. The “pass” score is based on a score that best differentiates typically developing children from children already identified as having a language disorder. 

Features:

The CELF Preschool-3 A&NZ Screening items are from the Basic Concepts, Word Structure, and Following Directions subtests. The subtests include test items that best differentiate between typically developing children and children identified as having a language disorder on the CELF Preschool-3 A&NZ.