Research-based and theoretically sound, the TOLD-P:4 assesses spoken language in young children. You can use the TOLD-P:4 to identify children who are significantly below their peers in oral language proficiency, determine children’s specific strengths and weaknesses in oral language skills, document children’s progress in remedial programs, and measure oral language in research study participants.
Measure the major dimensions of language
- Nine subtests (Picture Vocabulary, Relational Vocabulary, Oral Vocabulary, Syntactic Understanding, Sentence Imitation, Morphological Completion, Word Discrimination, Word Analysis, and Word Articulation) measure various aspects of oral language.
- Results of these subtests can be combined to form composite scores for the major dimensions of language: semantics and grammar; listening, organizing, and speaking; and overall language ability.
- All new normative data were collected from a demographically representative sample of the 2005 U.S. population; floor and ceiling effects have been eliminated in the core subtests and composites.
- Numerous validity studies, including studies of the test’s sensitivity and specificity, are provided.