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Test of Language Development: Intermediate-4 (TOLD: I-4)

The Test of Language Development: Intermediate-4 (TOLD: I-4; Newcomer & Hammill, 2008a), appropriate for individuals from ages 8 through 17 years, 11 months, consists of six subtests that measure semantics and grammar skills.

Overview

Subtests include Sentence Combining, Picture Vocabulary, Word Ordering, Relational Vocabulary, Morphological Comprehension, and Multiple Meanings. Two subtests measure listening abilities; two measure organizing abilities; and two measure speaking abilities. The combination of all six subtests represents overall Spoken Language. Test scores are converted to standard scores, age scores, and percentiles.

Summary

Author (yr) Age Range (yrs) Method of Administration/Format Approx. Time to Administer Subscales
Test of Language Development: Intermediate-4 (TOLD: I-4) Newcomer & Hammill (2008a) 8-18

Individually administered, norm-referenced measure of language skills in adolescents

Includes one assessment form

Yields standard scores, percentile ranks, and age equivalents

30-60 min.

Sentence Combining, Picture Vocabulary, Word Ordering, Relational Vocabulary, Morphological Comprehension, Multiple Meanings

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