Early Literacy Test Specimen Set Specimen Set Assessment, Diagnosis and Follow-Up by Bill Gillham
  

Early Literacy Test Specimen Set Specimen Set Assessment, Diagnosis and Follow-Up

Written by Bill Gillham
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Early Literacy Test Specimen Set Specimen Set Assessment, Diagnosis and Follow-Up by Bill Gillham

The standardized Early Literacy Diagnostic Test has been designed for individual use with pre-school and infant children. The test highlights children's areas of aptitude and weakness in the skills of reading, and allows potential difficulties to be detected at an early age. The test profiles three aspects of early literacy, which are known to be reliable indicators of future reading attainment: book and story concepts; word recognition; and sounds and letters. The accompanying teacher's handbook is also available, which provides comprehensive information on interpreting the results and how to use the findings to adopt targeted teaching activities which match each child's needs.

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Format

Loose-leaf
1 pages

Author

Bill Gillham
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

6th March 2000

ISBN

9780340753033


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