GFTA-3 and KLPA-3
Goldman-Fristoe Test of Articulation-3 and Khan-Lewis Phonology Articulation-3
The most widely used articulation test and phonological process analysis
The GFTA-3 and KLPA-3 provides you with accurate scores you can count on for making diagnostic and placement decisions. New features:
- Evaluate test results based on current normative data
- Assess multiple occurrences of frequently occurring phonemes, which provides information about individuals' productions in various syllable and phoneme contexts.
- Apply dialect sensitive scoring for a wide range of Standard American English dialects as well as English influenced by another language to reduce misidentification of dialect speakers as having an articulation disorder.
- Choose test stimuli from two sets of illustrations for GFTA-3 administration--one is engaging for very young children, and one is appealing (and more appropriate) for older elementary students, adolescents, and young adults
- Obtain standard scores for connected speech for ages 4 and up! The Sounds-in-Sentences test is now a sentence repetition task--an examinee listens to a story, then imitates each sentence.
- Intelligibility rating scale enables you to compare connected speech ability to a national sample.
- New phonetic error analysis that provides information about /r/ (consonant and vowel) productions and vowels
Q-interactive makes test administration and scoring faster and easier than ever before! Features unique to Q-interactive include:
- Easy to use phonetic keypad for recording examinee's speech sound errors
- Error-free test administration! No missed items or scores, and no scoring errors
- Vibrant display of picture stimuli is engaging for children and older students
- Audio-record the individual's responses and flag responses you may want to review before scoring
- Take notes and/or transcribe the student's responses on screen
- Immediate, accurate scoring and reporting
- Apply GFTA-3 results to obtain a KLPA-3 report with the press of a button! Obtain a robust phonological process analysis of speech sound patterns for individuals with more complex misarticulation patterns (additional usage charges apply)