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Narrative Assessments of Preschool and School-Aged Children (Multiple User License)

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This 69 slide presentation explains how to assess narrative abilities in preschool and school aged children

The learning objectives for the presentation are as follows:—

  1. —  Explain the impact of narrative difficulties on language development and academic performance
  2. —  List formal and informal instruments that can be used to elicit narratives in children of various ages
  3. —  Identify specific elements of narrative assessment
  4. —  Discuss stages of narrative development in preschool and school aged children
  5. —  Formulate measurable goals and objectives targeting narrative skills

The slides include information on the following:

  • Why Assess Narrative Abilities?
  • The Value of Narratives
  • Types of Narratives: Hedberg and Westby (1993)
  • Types of narratives sensitive to narrative competence
  • Review of the following Standardized/Normed Tests
    • Renfrew Bus Story (Cowley & Glasgow, 1994)
    •  The Strong Narrative Assessment Procedure (SNAP) (Strong, 1998)
    • — Test of Narrative Language (TNL) (Gillam & Pearson, 2004)
    •   Narrative Assessment Protocol (NAP) (Pence, Justice, & Gosse, 2007)*
    • —  Narrative Language Measures (NLM) (Petersen & Spencer, 2010)*
  • Advantages of Informal Narrative Assessments
  • Elicitation methods for Fictional Narratives
  • Sample materials for Narrative Assessments
  • Assessment Procedures
  • Major Narrative Elements
    • —  Microstructure
    • —  Macrostructure
  • Analyzing Microstructure: Content Form and Use
  • How does Word Finding Relate to Narrative Production
  • Macrostructure (Story Grammar)
  • Evidence of Perspective Taking in Narratives
  • Perspective Taking Vocabulary
  • Narrative Levels: from Heaps to True Narratives
  • Episodic Structure from Preschool through School Age (Hughes, McGillivray, & Schmidek (1997)
  • Writing Measurable Goals
  • Types of Cueing
  • Putting it all Together
  • 8 Easy Glance Appendices
  • Select FREE Resources

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