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1 ValU Lan!:unda!: FOURTH EDTON ELEANOR SEMEL ELSABETH H. WG WAYNE A. SECORD Record Form Ages 9- Name Year Month Day Address Date Tested Date of Birth Chronological Age Age Sex D F D M Grade School Teacher Examiner Subtest Scaled Concepts 8r Following Directions Working Memory Discrepancy Comparisons Crta V... Significant Dffennce (YorN) Shtlstlully Slgnlfkant Llftl lc 5 r---; r--;--i " Receptive-Expressive Language ndex* Language Content Memory ndex* *See Tables Notes:.5/.5.5/.5 SBN D54D37b3-X PsychCorll Copyright 3 by Harcourt Assessment, nc. All rights reserved. Printed in the United States of America. To order, call : B BC D E

2 5allll5cn Coaftdc... 5a 'tj ntem,... Peta... All Subtest $(n $(n +- 'i Lnel) n ConfdnG nwm Concepts S. Following Directions Cs.FD Recalling Sentences RS Formulated Sentences FS Word Classes-Receptive WC-R Word Classes-Expressive WC-E Sum of WC-R + WC-E scaled scores Add WC-R and WC-E scaled scores. Use the Examiner's Manual Appendix C, section b convert the sum the WC-T scaled score. Word Classes-Total WC-T Word Definitions WD Expressive Vocabulary EV Sentence Assembly SA Semantic Relationships SR Understanding Spoken Paragraphs USP Number Repetition-Forward NR-F Number Repetition-Backward NR-B Number Repetition-Total NR-T Familiar Sequences / FSql/ *There are no age equivalents available for USP and FSq subtests ls ; Criterion- Referenced Chart Subtest Phonological Awareness (PA) Word Associations (WA) Pragmatics Profile (PP) Rapid Aumatic Naming (RAN) Time Errors Crteron o Meets o Does Not Meet o Meets o Does Not Meet o Meets o Does Not Meet Crteron o Normal o Slower Than Normal o Non-Normal o Normal o More Than Normal o Non-Normal CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-)

3 Concepts & Following Directions (C&FD) O Ages 5-8 take Set Demos and Trials, start at tem, and must take tems -3. Ages 9- take Set Demos and Trials and start at tem 4. Materials Needed Stimulus Book None Discontinue Rule For ages 5-8, start counting zero scores with tem 4. Discontinue testing after 7 consecutive zero scores. Special Considerations: Wait until you are CERTAN that the student has completed his or her response each item before presenting the next item. Circle for a correct response and for an incorrect response. s Set H Demo Demo Demo 3 e b 4' 4' tf4' lt 4' lt lt 'b Trial Trial Trial 3 & t e 9 Set 9- Demo e elt Demo & 4' 'b t t..,. & 'b Trial Response Key,, 3 = specified order of individual responses * = any order of response and = both must be selected <Dt &..,. S... e=. * 4'& e *. e4l'. e 3. Q... lt e 4'.4' 4. e.. t btf 5. 4' e 'b 6. &..,...,. * and * and * 7. b t 8. t 9.. e.. and.... e * * t 4... b t.. t.. e t ,rr e.... & e and tf &..,. J}t 'b e e.. b e & Concepts & Following Directions continued on next page. CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-) 3

4 Concepts 8r Following Directions (C8rFD) continued b e e. 4f' t e and S. e & 9. b t b t. e b... and. e... Q. t * and * 3. e e Start counting zero scores meet the discontinue rule for students ages 5-8. beginning with tem t 4f' t... e 6. <7 7. t 4f' e 3 S.&& &Q 9. e e e 3. t t 3. 3 b. t t and 33.. e @ 37. Q and and 3S. & t... t < & e and and 4.. 4f' and, 4. e e 4. < b t t. b e & 4f' & <7 <7 and 47.e t b b 4S. cta e e b.e b b e e.e. 5. b t b b 53. & e & e t 3 Raw 4 CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-)

5 Recalling Sentences (RS) O Ages 5-8 start at tem. Ages 9-3 start at tem 6. Ages 4- start at tem 9. Materials Needed Record Form Examiner's Manual, p. 5 None 6 Discontinue Rule After 5 consecutive zero scores Circle 3 if the sentence is repeated exactly, circle if there is one error, circle if there are two or three errors, and circle if there are four or more errors. Record errors by marking up the sentences or write the incorrect response verbatim in the space provided. Refer the Examiner's Manual, chapter, for more information on how use editing symbols. Editin g Symbols omission - watcha&- repetition-vv RE the.... addition wo;: th ilm transposition substitution wtjr,& e Trial My sister is in the sixth grade.. The tracr was followed by the bus. Trial Does Mr. Lopez teach reading? ".$ $..:.:.$. Did the girl catch the baseball? 3. Did you remember bring your lunch? 4. The boy fell and hurt himself. 5. Was the van followed by the ambulance? 9 6. The rabbit was not put in the cage by the girl. 7. Didn't the boys eat the apples? 8. The big, brown dog ate all of the cat's food. a 9. Does anyone know who the new teacher is?. The kindergartner cannot cross the street by himself.. The play castle was built by the girls and boys.. Because morrow is Saturday, we can stay up late night. 3. The book was not returned the library by the teacher. 4. The coach could not find the uniforms that the team wore last year. 5. The girl spped buy some milk, even though she was late for class. 6. My mother is the nurse who works in the community clinic. 7. The boy bought a book for his friend who likes short sries. 8. f the rain doesn't sp before noon, the field trip will have be canceled Column Subtals Recoiling Sentences continued on next page. CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-) 5

6 Recalling Sentences (RS) continued 9. The computers and printers were donated by the school board.. The student who won the award at the art show was very excited.. The class that sells the most tickets the dance will win a prize. 3. After the students had finished the book, the teacher asked them write a report Coach gave the trophy the team that won the track meet on Saturday The students collected and repaired the ys, and sold them at the fair Today we must have lunch early, go the library, and finish our art projects When the students finished studying, they decided get something eat before going home The librarian has twelve new eighth-grade science books reserved for us f we had gone straight home after the game, we would not have missed our curfew Before they walked across the stage for graduation, the students lined up in alphabetical order f don't have work this weekend, should be able complete my research paper for English Before the students were dismissed for lunch, they were ld by the teacher turn in their assignments The math teacher sorted, labeled, boxed, and delivered the calculars. 3 Column Subtals Sum of Column Subtals = Raw Formulated Sentences (FS) O Ages 5-8 take Set Demo and Trials, start at tem, and do not take tems 5-8. Ages 9-4 take Set Demo and Trials, and start at tem 8. Materials Needed Stimulus Book Tape recorder (optional) Allowed Discontinue Rule After 5 consecutive zero scores Ages 5- take Set Demo and Trials, and start at tem. Write the student's responses VERBATM in the spaces provided. Refer chapter for scoring guidelines and Appendix A in the Examiner's Manual for more examples of scored responses. Set Demo book Trial playing Trial when TM qirl js retl tl nook. a Set 9- Demo dictionary The 9irl js lookin9 lip tl word in M dicbondry Trial reading Trial when 6 CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-)

7 .. Formulated Sentences (FS) continued 4:;i :\>.. children. forgot 3. always 4. car 5. gave 6. never a 7. finally 8. running 9. longest 9. best. third. quickly 3. if 4. and 5. before 6. because 7. instead 8. unless 9. although. or. until. otherwise neither 4. however 5. as soon as 6. in order 7. even though 8. as a consequence.,.,,. "... " ' 4... '--'..li.,-, ; " '.. "......, " -,. -.,.,,.....L Column Subtals Hew CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-) 7

8 Word Classes (Wa, Ages 8-) O Materials Needed Ages 8-4 start at tem. Record Form Ages 5-6 start at tem 3. Examiner's Manual, p. 6 Ages 7- start at tem 6. Allowed Discontinue Rule After zero scores on the receptive part of 5 consecutive items Receptive: Circle the words that the student gives in response. Circle for a correct pair and for an incorrect pair. The correct choices are in color. Even if the student gives an incorrect word pair, present the second part of the item. Expressive: Ask, How are the words and related? Correct responses are listed. f the student's response is similar or close one of the responses, circle it and score it as point. f the student gives a response that is not listed, write it in the space provided. Demo Trial Trial a) fish b) milk c) fin d) spider fish have fins/use their fins swim a) dark b) hot c) soft d) cold describe temperature or weather a) cough b) smile c) sleep d) laugh reaction something funny/shows someone/something is pleasant/happy. a) pillow b) door c) blanket d) lamp they go on a bed/sleep on/with them. a) school b) teacher c) cake d) street teachers work in/are at school 3. a) fence b) window c) glass d) rug window is made of glass, glass is part of a window 4. a) truck b) floor c) star d) broom broom is used clean/sweep the floor 5. a) minute b) decade c) hour d) winter l measures of time, minute is part of an hour, both measured with a clock/watch 6. a) smooth b) wise c) rough d) heavy textures, tell how something feels, describes surfaces 7. a) thick b) empty c) clean d) full tell how much is in an object, describe amount in container 8. a) dancing b) caring c) hearing d) smelling senses 9. a) crooked b) connected c) joined d) rotated join or put things gether, attached, hooked, fused. a) popular b) disaster c) catastrophe d) marathon bad things/events have happened, big problems, terribly wrong. a) longitude b) volume c) attitude d) latitude points on a globe/map that measure distances/used for mapping a location. a) affirming b) achieving c) appointing d) accomplishing reaching a goal 3. a) permanent b) faulty c) temporary d) stereo how long something lasts/endures, time that something exists 4. a) noon b) sunset c) dusk d) yesterday the same time of day, the time of day when it's getting dark 5. a) enthusiastic b) envious c) effective d) eager willingness/desire/interest; someone is excited/looking forward something 6. a) disagree b) persuade c) urge d) compound talking someone in/convincing someone of something Receptve... Expressve Subtilis Receptive Expressive

9 Word Oasses (WO, Ages 8-) contlhfd 7. a) occupied b) relevant c) vacant d) complicated Receptive Expressive a space/place/location and what is in it 8. a) authentic b) genuine c) puny d) uncontrolled something that is real, not fake 9. a) intellectual b) essential c) gradual d) crucial very important/necessary, high priority, a must. a) repossess b) recycle c) renovate d) resre refer fixing or making something like new again/renewed/refurbished. a) reflect b) denounce c) regurgitate d) meditate think deeply/hard, extended thought processes. a) conservative b) liberal c) zealous d) inoffensive different points of view or values, attitudes or opinions 3. a) fragile b) humble c) figurative d) literal ty pes of meanings in language, different meanings of words 4. a) assimilate b) incorporate c) retaliate d) articulate adding something new the current group/amount, unite/blend/absorb Receptive and expressive Raw s Sum of Receptive + expressive Raw s = WC-Total Raw Expressive Vocabulary (EV) O Ages 5-7 start at tem. Ages 8-9 start at tem 6. Materials Needed Stimulus Book Allowed -,,,,, '... ""....m. Discontinue Rule -, '- U After 7 consecutive zero scores f the student's response appears in the - or -Point columns, circle it and the corresponding point value in the column. Circle for an incorrect response. f the student's response is not listed, write it in the space provided, for scoring consideration later. See chapter in the Examiner's Manual for scoring guidelines for responses that are not listed. Demo Trial This is a picture of a car. What is this? shoe Trial What is she doing? cutting s Points Point. coloring, drawing, writing doing homework. newspaper, the/a paper paper 3. trophy cup, award 4. skelen bones of a body s 5. wheelchair 6. calendar 7. calcular adding machine 8. branch, tree limb, limb 9. stamp, postage Subtal Expressive Vocabulary continued on next page. CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-) 9

10 CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-) Expressive Vocabulary (EV) continued!',;,,.. :.';.. Points Point. telescope. calf baby cow, cow baby. binoculars, 'noculars, blinoculars, minoculars 3. talon/claw, hawk's claw 4. island, isle 5. veterinarian, vet pet docr, animal docr 6. bowling pin 7. audience spectars, listeners 8. addition/adding/plus 9. thermometer, termometer, 'mometer. scale, weighing scale, weight scale. pyramid, Egyptian pyramid. saxophone, sax (musical) instrument, horn 3. octagon polygon 4. herd 5. microscope 6. tem pole, Tikiman, Tiki statue, sculpture 7. hurdle Subtal " Sum of Subtals... Raw Word Defnitions (WD) O All ages start at tem. Materials Needed Record Form Examiner's Manual, p. 74 Allowed Discontinue Rule After 7 consecutive zero scores Record the student's response in the space provided. f a response is vague or incomplete, but you think the student is on the right track, you may prompt for a more complete response by saying, Tell me more. Demo The word is giraffe, as in: The children said, "The giraffe is over there." Trial The word is mustard, as in: Mom asked, "Would you like mustard on your hot dog?" Define the word mustard. Trial The word is neat, as in: Grandma said, "You keep your room very neat." Define the word neat.

11 Word Defnitions (WD) CMtmet. cactus Grandpa said, "Don't uch the cactus." 7. souvenir Mom said, "Everyone will get a souvenir." plant, grows in hot, arid/dry/desert climates has spines or needles (instead of leaves) points: both of above point: one of above. tease My Dad said, "Don't tease your brother." item given/kept/bought as a reminder/remembrance/keepsake remembrance/reminder/keepsake of a special occasion/event points: one of above point: an example (T-shirt,/cup/stickers/ postcard) 8. guitar The salesperson said, "This old guitar is very valuable." taunt/pick on/make fun of/mess around with/pester/mock/ belittle/aggravate/tantalize/bother/antagonize/annoy points: one of above point: an example (name-calling, making faces/animal sounds) 3. echo Josh asked, "s there an echo in here?" a voice/sound/noise repetition/reverberationiimitation/recurrence/comes or bounces back/goes on and on points: both of above point: one of above or an example (hello, hello, hello) 4. award The coach said, "You each deserve this award." prize/something (something is acceptable because there are many possibilities-trip, money) given based on performance/merit/need a stringed instrument musical/makes music, played with the hands/strummed, play chords, has strings, acoustic or electric, in a band, any other appropriate descripr points: both of above point: one of above or musical instrument 9. committee The club secretary said, "We will form a committee solve this problem." group/panel of people meeting for a purpose/action/goal (can be specific; e.g., decide on zoning rules, make decisions) points: both of above point: one of above o points: group (alone). fable My friend said, "That was an interesting fable." points: both of above point: one of above or an example (trophy/certificate/honor) 5. emotion The drama teacher said, "This part requires a lot of emotion." the idea of feelings, a state of feeling, a strong feeling points: one of above point: an example (sadness/sad/happiness/happy/passion) 6. decade The reporter said, "t's been a decade since the last snowfall." ten years, ten of something points: one of above point: an example (the 99s) Subtal sry/tale/book untrue/myth!legend/made-up/fictional teaches a lesson/has a moral points: two of above point: one of above or an example (sry in which animals talk; e.g., Torise and the Hare). pedestrian The driver asked, "Where did the pedestrian go?" person/someone who walks/goes on foot, a walker points: one of above. coward My teacher asked the class, "s the main character a coward?" scaredy-cat/chicken/person who feels fear!lacks courage/ is gutless/afraid of many things/not brave excessive/unusual points: both of above point: person who is scared/fearful/afraid (no mention of degree) Subtal Word Definitions continued on next page. CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-)

12 Word Defnitions (WD) Cfftnuetl 3. immigrant Aunt Mary said, "My new neighbor is an immigrant." 9. valley Grandma said, "They went the valley." person who comes from one country/region person who comes live in a different country/region points: resident foreigner or both of above point: foreigner (alone) or one of above 4. priority The boss said, "We need make this a priority." low area of land (land) between two mountains/higher areas points: both of above point: one of above. conservation My teacher said, "Conservation will help our world." of most importancelfirst/superior/p of the list points: one of above point: mention of something important (a goal) 5. treaty The general announced, "We signed the treaty." preserving/protecting/saving from loss/being used up/harm/decay points: both of above point: one of above or an example (recycling). aubiography The librarian said, "Look in the aubiography section." an agreement between two entities/nations or their representatives/ political authorities (not two individuals) points: both of above point: an agreement or other example (a contract) o points: two nations/countries (alone) doing something (nonspecific) 6. negotiation The car dealer said, "Some people avoid negotiation." a person's life sry/sry of a person's life written by that person/self-written points: both of above point: an example that is aubiographical in nature (diary/memoirs). perseverance The team leader said, "We accomplished our goals with perseverance." discussing/bargaining/bartering/haggling reach an agreement/ make a deal points: both of above point: discussing/bargaining/bartering/ haggling or compromise (end result) 7. riddle The girl asked, "Do you know a good riddle?" never giving up on/sticking /keep trying/steadfastness a goal/purpose/task points: both of above point: one of above 3. loyalty The new captain said, "Thank you for your loyalty." faithfulness/fidelity/allegiance/unwavering support/ puzzle/word problem/brain teaser (not joke) dedication must be solved/guessed at/be figured out in the form of a question points: one of above point: an example (be true ) points: two of above point: one of above or an example (What is black and white and read all over?) 4. acknowledgment The instrucr said, "The author did not get the proper acknowledgment." 8. metamorphosis The science teacher said, "We will be observing a metamorphosis." given credit/something in recognition of an act/achievement change of form/character/structure/appearance in another form/something else points: both of above point: transformation/change or an example (butterfly from a caterpillar) points: both of above point: one of above or an example (clapping for somebody who won a race) Subtal s.n of Subtals =.. Subtal CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-)

13 Understanding Spoken Paragraphs (USP) O Ages 9- take Trial Paragraph A and proceed the three ageappropriate paragraphs. Ages Materials Needed Record Form Examiner's Manual, p. 79 No repetitions of paragraphs. One repetition of each question is allowed. Discontinue Rule None-administer all three paragraphs indicated for each age. - take Trial Paragraph Band proceed the age-appropriate paragraphs. How Read Response Choices: A slash () indicates that either word or phrase is correct (see Trial Paragraph A, tem ). Words or phrases in parentheses mean the information is optional and the item is correct without it (see Trial Paragraph B, tem ). nformation in brackets indicates directions the examiner (see Paragraph for Ages 9-, tem ). Circle for a correct response and for an incorrect response. For an ambiguous, but possibly correct response, probe once with Can you tell me more? Trial Paragraph A (Ages 9-) The Surprise Derek's grandfather lived far away on a farm. The last time Derek had seen his grandfather, he had promised send Derek a surprise. Derek was excited because his mom said the surprise would arrive day. After breakfast, Derek's dad brought a big basket in the kitchen. Derek heard a "meow" and saw a long, furry tail coming from inside the basket. Derek was happy that he got just what he' d been wishing for.. Why was Derek excited?. What happened after breakfast? 3. What did Derek hear coming from the basket? 4. () What was Derek's surprise? 5. (P) What do you think Derek will name his kitten? He was going get a surprise/he got a kitten/cat Derek's dad brought a basket/cat in the kitchen Meow/cat/kitten A cat/kitten/animal Encourage and accept any logical response Trial Paragraph B (Ages -) The Movies North Star Theatre is celebrating its grand opening next Sunday. Two classic features, Robin Hood and Comet Riders, will be shown. Each feature flm will be followed by two Rizzy and Razzy carons. The snack bar will sell popcorn and drinks. Tickets are on sale now at the box office.. What is this announcement about?. What movies will be shown? 3. (P) What kind of drinks do you think will be sold? 4. What will follow each feature movie? 5. () How many screens do you think the new theatre has? (New) theatre openinglfirst or opening day at the movies Robin Hood and Comet Riders (and two Rizzy and Razzy carons) Encourage and accept any logical response (lemonade/soda, etc.) (Two) (Rizzy and Razzy) carons At least two (because two movies are being shown) Test Paragraphs Present the three test paragraphs that are appropriate for the student's age. ntroduce each paragraph by saying, Listen carefully what read next. can only read the sry one time. Then will ask you questions about it. Read each title and test paragraph at a conversational level and rate, and then read the associated questions. You may read the test paragraphs only once. However, you may present the questions a second time if the student asks for a repetition or fails respond the question within seconds. CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-) 3

14 Ages 9-. The Reading Challenge Mrs. Martinez, principal of Gonzales Elementary, challenged her students read 5, books between February st and May st. She promised them a special surprise if they met their goal. When May st arrived, the students had read 5,lOO books and it was time for the surprise! The students were treated a pizza party for lunch. Afterward, each student received a new book with a bookmark. The principal presented a certificate the student from each class who had read the most books.. What did this sry tell about? A reading challenge/contest at (Gonzales Elementary) School. What did Mrs. Martinez challenge her students do? Read 5, books/read a lot of books between February (lst) and May (lst) [must have either number of books or dates) 3. () When did the students receive their surprise? May st or later/at the end of the challenge/lunchtime 4. What did each student get after the pizza party? A new book and bookmark 5. (P) What do you think would have happened if the students had not read 5, books? They would have no surprise or pizza (party)/new book and bookmark/they would not have met the challenge. Making a Terrarium As Eliza waited for the bus, she thought about the terrarium she was going make for her science project. She knew her father had an old fish tank he might give her if she cleaned out the garage for him. She could get dirt from the backyard, but where was she going get something live in it? Just then, out of the corner of her eye, she saw a flash of green on her neighbor's fence. A lizard sat looking at her with its beady, black eyes. She pulled her lunch sack out of her backpack, removed the sandwich, and slowly crept forward. 6. What was Eliza planning as she waited for the bus? How make her science project/terrarium/what put in the terrarium 7. What did Eliza need do before she could get the fish tank? Clean the garage 8. () What was going live in the terrarium? A lizard 9. Where was the lizard? lo. (P) On the neighbor's fence What do you think Eliza was going do with the lunch sack? Catch the lizard/put the lizard in it 3. The Principal's House Each day as Carlos rode the school bus, he saw a large, empty lot on State Street. One day, large machines leveled and graded the land, and a large hole was dug. Several days later, Carlos saw a cement truck and workers pouring cement for the foundation of a building. Another day, workers nailed a wooden frame gether and stacked bricks with mortar build the outside walls. When Carlos returned school after his two-week winter break, he was surprised see that the building turned out be a house and that a family had moved in. He got an even bigger surprise when he saw his principal walk out the front door.. What did Carlos see on his way school each day? An empty lot/building on an empty lot/construction work. Why didn't Carlos see the building site for two weeks? He was on winter/holiday break/he didn't go school for two weeks 3. What did the workers do after the cement foundation was finished? Built the frame/stacked bricks/built walls 4. () What happened the building during winter break? t was finished/people moved in 5. (P) Where do you think the principal was going? To his car/ school 9- Ages 9- Raw Understanding Spoken Paragraphs continued on next page. 4 CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-)

15 Understanding Spoken Paragraphs (USP) continued 9. Lunchroom Hero Ages - Fourteen-year-old James Flores is a hero. The Carver Middle School student was enjoying lunch Wednesday when he saw classmate Robby Harris choking. James quickly performed the Heimlich maneuver on Robby, dislodging a large bite of apple. James had just learned first aid in his health class.. What is this paragraph about? James and Robby/Robby choking/james saving a friend/heimlich maneuver. What was Robby choking on? A piece of apple 3. () Where did James learn the Heimlich maneuver? 4. n his health class What was James doing before Robby started choke? Eating lunch 5. (P) What do you think could have happened if James had not helped Robby? Robby could have passed out/suffocated/died. A Brush With Fire Cindy Wilson and Mark Rios, two sixth-grade students, were in the right place at the right time last week. On June 7th, while on a school field trip the Twin Rivers State Park, they discovered a small, smoldering brush fire. Cindy and Mark, remembering Fire Safety Week at school, quickly began scooping dirt and gravel from the trail and throwing it on the fire. Fortunately, they were able extinguish the fire. According officials, the fire was caused by someone who had thrown a burning cigarette out of a car window. Cindy and Mark were honored by the Fire Department for their fast action and bravery. 6. What happened when Cindy and Mark went on a field trip? They put out a fire 7. How did Cindy and Mark put out the fire? They threw dirt (and gravel) on it 8. How did the fire start? Someone threw a burning cigarette (out a car window) 9. () Why were Cindy and Mark "in the right place at the right time?" Because they were able put out the brush fire before it became a huge forest fire. (P) What do you think Cindy and Mark should have done if they hadn't been able put out the fire themselves? Run for help/call for a teacher or park ranger/yell, "Fire!" 3. Pepper and Gabe "Here Pepper," Gabe called. "Come here, girl." Hearing Gabe call, the cocker spaniel raced ward the door, expecting dinner be waiting as usual Just as Pepper turned the corner, she saw Gabe standing by the back door of the house, holding a wel and a bottle of flea shampoo. Behind Gabe was a tub of water with the garden hose draped over the side. Pepper spped suddenly and headed off in the opposite direction. After a short chase, Gabe caught her. Pepper barked and wiggled, but Gabe held on tightly, smiling down at Pepper as they headed back ward the tub of water. "We're going have do this sooner oflater; why don't you make it easier on both of us?" Gabe asked. -.. Why did Gabe call Pepper come the door? For a bath. What two things was Gabe holding when Pepper saw him? A wel and (flea) shampoo 3. What did Pepper do after she saw Gabe? Ran 4. () Why do you think Pepper turned around and ran in the opposite direction? The dog didn't want a bath/doesn't like baths 5. (P) What do you think happened after Gabe caught Pepper? Pepper got a bath/gabe bathed her..- Raw CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-) S

16 Ages 3-4. The Talent Show Tryouts Missy's throat was dry and her heart was pounding. t would soon be her turn on stage try out for the school talent show. A boy who juggled had gone first. Now, two older girls were singing, and then it would be her turn. Would she remember the poem she had memorized, or would those two older girls have another reason laugh at her like they did when she dropped her tray in the cafeteria? "Not this time!" Missy said herself. After the tryout, Missy ran home tell her family the good news.. What did the two older girls do at the tryout? Sing. Why was Missy nervous? She had stage fright/was afraid she would forget her lines/had speak in front of an audience 3. Who had performed first? A juggler/a boy who juggled 4. () What kind of act was Missy going do? Poetry/a reading 5. (P) What do you think Missy ld her family? She performed welilread her poem/was selected perform at the talent show. Hurricanes Hurricanes are severe srms that usually form in the Atlantic Ocean. They rotate in a counter-clockwise direction around a calm, low-pressure center called the eye and travel westward across the ocean. Hurricanes have wind speeds from 74 miles per hour greater than 55 miles per hour. Weather forecasters watch a hurricane's progression over time and predict where it is going. f a hurricane heads for a populated area, then weather forecasters can warn people evacuate. 6. n which ocean do most hurricanes develop? Atlantic 7. () Why do people evacuate before a hurricane? To be safe/hurricanes can cause death/destroy homes, building, electrical wiring, etc. 8. What is the purpose of this paragraph? To describe/inform about hurricanes 9. What do weather forecasters do when a hurricane heads for a populated area? Warn people evacuate. (P) Where do you think people go when they evacuate during a hurricane? Away from the ocean/water/hurricane/inlandlout of the path of the hurricane/safe place 3. Daydreaming Kiki sat at her desk staring out the window as Mr. Johnson read the list of students whose projects had placed in the local art show. Kiki forgot all about class as she spied two birds building a nest in the tall oak outside. "Wow, wonder what it's like fly like a bird," thought Kiki -f were a bird, would fly right out of this classroom and soar over the treeps." Suddenly, Kiki heard Mr. Johnson call her name. Kiki was embarrassed as she ld Mr. Johnson that she hadn't been listening. Mr. Johnson looked over his glasses at her, cleared his throat, and said, "Please talk with me after class day, Kiki.". What happened Kiki in this sry? She was daydreaming when the teacher called her/wasn't paying attention in class. () What class was Kiki in? Art/Mr. Johnson's 3. What happened while Kiki was daydreaming? Teacher/Mr. Johnson called her name 4. What was Mr. Johnson talking about while Kiki was watching the birds? Students whose projects had placed in the art show 3-5. (P) What do you think Mr. Johnson talked Kiki about after class? Daydreaming in class/her art project/about paying attention Ages 3-4 Raw Understanding Spoken Paragraphs continued on next page. 6 CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-)

17 Understanding Spoken Paragraphs (USP) contjnued---' e. Hurricanes Ages 5- Hurricanes are severe srms that usually form in the Atlantic Ocean. They rotate in a counter-clockwise direction around a calm, low-pressure center called the eye and travel westward across the ocean. Hurricanes have wind speeds from 74 miles per hour greater than 55 miles per hour. Weather forecasters watch a hurricane's progression over time and predict where it is going. f a hurricane heads for a populated area, then weather forecasters can warn people evacuate.. n which ocean do most hurricanes develop? Atlantic. () Why do people evacuate before a hurricane? To be safe/hurricanes can cause death/destroy homes, building, electrical wiring, etc. 3. What is the purpose of this paragraph? To describe/inform about hurricanes 4. What do weather forecasters do when a hurricane heads for a populated area? Warn people evacuate 5. (P) Where do you think people go when they evacuate during a hurricane? Away from the oceanlwater/hurricane/inland/out of the path of the hurricane/safe place. Posters for the Dance The Dance Committee met on Monday, with two members absent. Shannon had been sick with the flu since last week, and Billy just forgot about the meeting and went a friend's house after school play ball. At dinner, Billy's father ld him that the chairman had called see why Billy hadn't attended the meeting and remind him about the posters. After dinner, Billy went his room and looked at the stack of half-finished posters. He remembered that Shannon was supposed help him. They were responsible for putting up the posters Tuesday morning. He couldn't figure out what do, so he said, -Dad, can talk you about something?" 6. What problem was Billy having? Posters not fmished/he missed the meeting 7. Who missed the committee meeting? Shannon and Billy [must name both] 8. () Why wasn't Shannon at the meeting? She was sick/had the flu 9. What did Billy do before dinner? Played balljwent a friend's (house/place). (P) What do you think Billy talked his father about? Meeting his responsibilities/figuring out what he should do 3. Cafeteria Scandal The Delmar High School Sentinel won another School News Award yesterday. The Sentinel won the award for its investigation of school cafeterias. The student journalists uncovered an illegal operation in which meat and produce meant for district schools instead were sold a group of men. The men then sold the food local restaurants.. What was the purpose of this paragraph? To announce the school's award/school News Award (for the uncovering of an illegal operation). What award did the students win? School News Award/a newspaper award 3. () Why do you think the students wrote the article? To expose the scandal/it was assigned them 4. What did the men do with the food after they had illegally purchased it? Sold it local restaurants (P) What do you think will happen the men involved in the illegal operation? Go jail/be put on trial Ages 5- Raw CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-) 7

18 Sentence Assembly (SA) O All ages start at tem. Materials Needed Stimulus Book Allowed A Discontinue Rule V After 5 consecutive zero scores Check the blanks next the student's responses. Circle for a correct response and for an incorrect response. The student must give TWO correct responses for each item be scored as correct. Demo Trial a) The boy is tall. a) The girl saw the boy. b) s the boy tall? b) The boy saw the girl. Trial a) The kitten is on the chair. b) s the kitten on the chair?. a) The man was followed by the dog.. a) We shouldn't cross the street here. b) The dog was followed by the man. b) Shouldn't we cross the street here? c) Was the man followed by the dog?. a) Did the student send the manager an application? d) Was the dog followed by the man? b) Did the manager send the student an application?. a) He finished his homework before he played hockey. c) The student did send the manager an application. b) He played hockey before he finished his homework. d) The manager did send the student an application. c) Before he played hockey, he finished his homework.. a) The woman didn't put the lamp on the table. d) Before he finished his homework, he played hockey. b) Didn't the woman put the lamp on the table? 3. a) She bought the car after she got the job. 3. a) She ate it even though it was hot. b) She got the job after she bought the car. b) Even though it was hot, she ate it. c) After she got the job, she bought the car. 4. a) Don't you know where you put it? d) After she bought the car, she got the job. b) You don't know where you put it. 4. a) Will you put the ball in the basket? 5. a) She kept it even though it was broken. b) You will put the ball in the basket. b) Even though it was broken, she kept it. c) Put the ball in the basket, will you? 6. a) Can't he remember if he mailed it? 5. a) Did the boy buy the girl an ice-cream cone? b) He can't remember if he mailed it. b) The boy did buy the girl an ice-cream cone. 7. a) He didn't finish his homework because it was c) The girl did buy the boy an ice-cream cone. difficult. b) Because his homework was difficult, he didn't d) Did the girl buy the boy an ice-cream cone? 6. a) Could you fix that with glue? finish it. c) Because it was difficult, he didn't finish his homework. b) You could fix that with glue. d) t was difficult because he didn't finish his homework. c) With glue, you could fix that. 8. a) He caught the bus after he left the house. 7. a) The restaurant isn't going deliver the pizza. b) After he left the house, he caught the bus. b) sn't the restaurant going deliver the pizza? 9. a) The boy who won the contest was clever. 8. a) The girl didn't put the keys in her pocket. b) The boy who was clever won the contest. b) Didn't the girl put the keys in her pocket? - Subtal 9. a) The runner isn't going win the race. Sum of Subtals -... b) sn't the runner going win the race? Subtll 8 CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-)

19 Semantic Relationships (SR),7 '":- O Ages 9- start at tem. Materials Needed Stimulus Book Allowed e Discontinue Rule After 5 consecutive zero scores Ages - start at tem 3. Check the blanks next the student's responses. Circle for a correct response and for an incorrect response. Correct responses are indicated in color. The student must give BOTH responses for each item be scored as correct. Trial A man is bigger than a Trial Jan saw Pedro. Dwayne saw Francis. Who was seen? a) house c) spoon a) Jan c) Pedro b) butn d) plane b) Dwayne d) Francis 9 e. a) infants. a) after they found page 37 b) adults b) last c) grandparents c) after they put their names on them d) children d) before they got out their books. a) minute 3. a) taller than Lee b) day b) shorter than Lee c) second c) the tallest d) morning d) not the shortest 3. a) TVs 4. a) next the dog b) feathers b) above the cat c) chairs c) under the table d) letters d) on the table 4. a) next the pi 5. a) in the locker b) on the left siduf the goal b) in the bag c) in the goal c) next the locker d) behind the goal d) beside the box 5. a) March 6. a) more books on science than art b) August - c) Janaary b) c) fewer books on hisry than art the most books on science d)ocber d) more books on art than science 6. a) between L and Z 7. a) between South Africa and Taiwan b) afterc b) after Turkey c) beforem c) before South Africa d) bcn"'ecd A and E d) after taly 7. a) fint 8. a) Lee b) before the news b) Juanita c) last c) Ming d) after the news d) Howard 8. a) more Cs than As 9. a) Carlos b) more As than Bs b) Louis c) more Bs than Cs c) James d) sixcs d) Dan r 9. a) between the th and 6th. a) after speuing b) before the 6th b) before lunch r c) between the 3th and 9th c) between reading and lunch d) after the th d) first. a) in front of the school. a) fall and summer b) in front of the house b) fall and winter c) behind the school c) winter and summer d) behind the house d) summer and fall. a) Wanda b) Ricardo c) Sandy... - Subtal Sum Subtals -.. d) Joe SutDW CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-) 9

20 ... Awareness(PA) O Materials Needed All a.ges start at tem. Record Form Examiner's Manual, p. 3 Allowed-demonstrate tapping or clapping if necessary. Discontinue Rule After 4 incorrect responses on three consecutive item sets Circle for a correct response and for an incorrect response. Record incorrect responses. A. Syllable Blending. sail boat. ta ble 3. cow boy 4. news pa per 5. chick a dee B. Rhyme Detection. cake-lake. nut-hut 3. man-fin 4. bike-kind 5. kiss-miss C. nitial Phoneme dentification. sit. bill 3. mop 4. cat 5. fix D. Two Syllable Deletion. star(fish). (pan)cake 3. in (side) 4. (win)dow 5. pur(ple) E. Rhyme Production. book. bed 3. meat 4. fan 5. lip F. Syllable Segmentation. rainbow (). man () 3. Ocber (3) 4. remembering (4) 5. cafeteria (5) G. Final Phoneme dentification. him. miss 3. trip 4. sack 5. lid Subtal /5 /5 H. Sentence Segmentation. See me play. (3). He wants chocolate cookies. (4) 3. The truck is blue. (4) 4. like eat fudge. (5) 5. The rabbit is jumping around. (5) /5. Three Syllable Deletion. (sun)flower. butter(fly) 3. (grand)mother 4. Septem(ber) 5. (bas)ketball /5 J. Phoneme Blending. c-a-ke. s-a-t 3. m-e /5 4. n-e-s-t 5. b-r-i-ck-s /5 /5 K. Rnal Syllable Deletion. exer(cise). wonder(ful) 3. xylo(phone) 4. alpha(bet) 5. daffo(dil) /5 L. Medial Phoneme dentification. make. dog 3. bike 4. fed /5 5. cup /5 M. nitial Phoneme Substitution. (t)ap. (n) (nap). (b)all. (k) (kall/call) 3. (h)ope. (r) (rope) 4. (m)ane. (sh) (shane) /5 5. (b)ike. (h) (hike) /5 Subtal /3 /5 /35 CELF-4 Record Form (Ages 9-)

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