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Running head: MENTAL MEASUREMENTS YEARBOOK 1 Mental Measurements Yearbook Tammy Smith-Dyke Test and Measurements EDUC 606 Liberty University May 8, 2016
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MENTAL MEASUREMENTS YEARBOOK 2
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MENTAL MEASUREMENTS YEARBOOK 3 Mental Measurements Yearbook Test 1. Stanford English Language Proficiency Test I. Description A. Title of Test: Stanford English Language Proficiency Test B. Title: Acronym: Stanford ELP. C. Author: Harcourt Assessment, Inc. D. Publisher: Pearson, 19500 Bulverde Road, San Antonio, TX, 78259. E. Date Published: 2005. F. Intended Grade Level: Pre-K-12. G. Intended Purpose: evaluate the listening, reading, writing, speaking, and comprehension skills of English language learners (Harcourt Assessment, Inc. 2005). H . Test Category: English and Language. I. Description of test Components: Test booklet, directions for administering, screening test, screening test directions, response booklet, practice-test, practice test directions, cassette tapes, machine-scored test packs, speaking booklets, response keys, speaking/writing training manual with DVD, pre-test and post-test online training, and technical report manuals (Harcourt Assessment, Inc. 2005-2006). II. Mental Measurements Yearbook A. Date and Yearbook Number: 2007 and the Yearbook Volume 17. B . Summary of Test Review: Dixie McGinty is an Associate Professor at West Carolina University. The Stanford English Language Proficiency Test is a criterion referenced test for Pre-K-12 and it checks the language proficiency of those grade levels. The test was designed to check the speaking skills needed to function in a school setting where English is the language used in the classroom. The test is available for six different levels: Readiness, Pre-literacy, Primary, Elementary, Middle Grades, High School. The forms are A, B, and C. Each one of the scores
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MENTAL MEASUREMENTS YEARBOOK 4 and performance are given for each subtest. The tests may be given individually or as a group. III. Publisher’s Website A. What is the publisher’s website for this test? http://www.pearsonassessments.com/learningassessments/products/ 100000659/stanford-english-language-proficiency-test-selp.html#tab- B. Pricing Cost: $45.00 per exam kit which includes test booklet. $7.00 for pre-practice directions for administering the test. $12.30 for practice test packs. $14.40 per five screening test. $42.80 for each cassette. Harcourt Assessment, Inc. (2005) $39.00 for each of 10 machine- scorable test packs (Form A-Preliteracy Primary), (Form B-Primary), and (Form C- Primary). $27.80 per 10 machine-scorable response booklet packs. $27.80 per 10 machine-scorable response booklet packs (Form A-Readiness, Elementary, Middle
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  • Spring '15
  • Johnson
  • Language proficiency, Criterion-referenced test, Educational assessment and evaluation, Stanford English Language Proficiency Test

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