Second, scores obtained from children in first grade have slight predictive validities (r in the .20s and .30s) with Metropolitan Achievement Tests scores obtained from children in the fourth through sixth grades. ... to evaluate the childa#39;s ability (a) to discriminate speech sounds and (b) to perceive the number and order of sounds within a spoken pattern. ... The first part requires discrimination of individual sounds, such as Igl Ibl Ivl, while the second part requires discrimination of longeranbsp;...
|Title||:||Assessment of children's intelligence and special abilities|
|Author||:||Jerome M. Sattler|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 1982|