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Standardized Assessment of Phonological Awareness

Author: Jarrell C. Cassady, Lawrence L. Smith, Diane Bottomley, and Scott Popplewell
Date Published: 2006


To Purchase this assessment, you must contact the publisher.
Professor Garfield
http://www.garfieldu.org

 

Cost Free
Time to administer 15 to 20 Minutes
Administration Individual
Grades K and 1
Cognitive elements
supported
Phoneme Awareness
Phonological Awareness
Subtests and
skills assessed
Rhyme Recognition — Student must determine if two words rhyme with each other.

Rhyme Application — Student must generate a word that rhymes with a target word.

Oddity Tasks: Beginning Sounds — Student must identify which word in a set of spoken words does not begin with the same sound (phoneme) as the other words in the set.

Oddity Tasks: Ending Sounds — Student must identify which word in a set of spoken words does not end with the same sound (phoneme) as the other words in the set.

Oddity Tasks: Middle Sounds — Student must identify which word in a set of spoken words does not contain the same middle sound (phoneme) as the other words in the set.

Blending Body-Codas — Teacher reads words aloud with a clear pause inserted between the body and coda, and the student must correctly identify each word.

Blending Onset-Rimes — Teacher reads words aloud with a clear pause inserted between the onset and rime, and the student must correctly identify each word.

Blending Phonemes — Teacher reads words aloud with a clear pause inserted between each phoneme of the word, and the student must correctly identify each word.

Segmenting Onset-Rimes — The student must say a word aloud with a clear pause inserted between the onset and the rime.

Segmenting Phonemes — The student must say a word aloud with a clear pause inserted between each phoneme in the word.

Phoneme Deletion — The student must repeat a word without saying a certain phoneme in the word (e.g. say "book" without the /b/).

Phoneme Substitution: Beginning Sounds — Student must replace the first phoneme in a word with a different phoneme (e.g. change the /m/ in "man" to a /p/).

Phoneme Substitution: Ending Sounds — Student must replace the last phoneme in a word with a different phoneme (e.g. change the /n/ in "man" to a /t/).

Phoneme Substitution: Middle Sounds — Student must replace the middle phoneme in a word with a different phoneme (e.g. change the /a/ in "man" to a /oo/).

Language(s) tool can
be administered in
English
Score reporting
and test design data
This is a criterion-referenced assessment. No normative data is available.
Notes At the time of this writing (March, 2006) this assessment is not yet available. However, the author states that this assessment will soon be available free of charge through a website called "Professor Garfield" (http://www.garfieldu.org).
 

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