Goldman-Fristoe Test of Articulation – 3 and the Khan-Lewis Phonological Analysis – 3
Ages 2:0 through 21:11
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.
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)