DSS Test of Preschool Early Literacy (TOPEL: Test of Preschool Early Literacy)


This listing is for TOPEL: Test of Preschool Early Literacy
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Ages: 3 to 5-11 years


Children entering kindergarten or first grade are expected to have sufficient knowledge of vocabulary, phonological awareness, and print knowledge. The Test of Preschool Early Literacy (TOPEL) is a theoretically sound instrument designed to spot preschoolers who’re at risk for literacy problems; due to this fact, allowing early intervention. It’s easy to administer; early childhood educators, special educators, psychologists, diagnosticians, and other professionals who’re considering examine skills related to early literacy can administer the test. It provides valid and reliable raw scores, same old scores, and percentiles. The normative sample consists of 842 preschool-aged children (3 to 5 years), residing in 12 states. The TOPEL has three principle uses: Identification: Results from the TOPEL subtests are useful for documenting a child’s print, oral vocabulary, and phonological awareness ability Documentation of Progress: Federal statutes, state laws, and/or school district policies from time to time require documentation of progress Research: Educators can use this instrument to resolve intervention-related change or to choose students for research participation
This listing is for TOPEL: Test of Preschool Early Literacy
Quantity : 1
Ages: 3 to five-11 years
Testing Time: 25 to 30 minutes
Administration: Individual

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