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Test of Language Development- Intermediate (TOLD: I-4) (#2100-INT)

Ages 8 through 17-11 years of age

Testing Time: Between 30 and 60 minutes


Administration: Individual


Donald D. Hammill and Phyllis Newcomer


The NEW fourth edition of The Test of Language Development- Intermediate Level is better than ever and now covers ages 8 through 17-11. Professionals can use the TOLD:I-4 to (1) identify children who are significantly below peers in oral language proficiency, (2) determine specific strengths and weaknesses in oral language skills, (3) document progress in remedial programs, and (4) measure oral language in research studies.

Subtests and Composites

The TOLD:I-4 includes six subtests that measure semantics (i.e., meaning and thought) or grammar (i.e., syntax and morphology) skills. 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.

  1. Sentence Combining.  The child is required to form one compound or complex sentence from two or more simple sentences spoken by the examiner.
  2. Picture Vocabulary. The child points to the picture that best represents a series of two-word items.
  3. Word Ordering.  The child forms a complete, correct sentence from a randomly-ordered string of words, ranging from three to seven in length.
  4. Relational Vocabulary. The child tells how three words, spoken by the examiner, are alike.
  5. Morphological Comprehension.  The child distinguishes between grammatically correct and incorrect sentences.
  6. Multiple Meanings. The examiner says a word and the student responds by saying as many different meanings for that word as he/she can think of.
New Features
  • All new normative data were collected.
  • Floor effects have been eliminated.
  • Study of item bias has been expanded.
  • Numerous validity studies, including studies of the test's "sensitivity" and "specificity" have been provided.
  • A new composite (Organizing) has been included in the battery.
  • A new subtest (Multiple Meanings), representing the Semantics and Speaking constructs, has been added.  
  • Testing age range has been extended to include students between 13-0 and 17-11.

The complete test includes the Manual, Picture Book, and 25 Examiner/Record Forms, all in a sturdy storage box.





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