Test of Phonological Awareness and Letter Sound Knowledge by PFH5n3

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									  Test of Phonological Awareness and Letter Sound Knowledge
                       Emergent Learner

I. RHYME
Directions: I’m going to say three words. Two of these words rhyme, or sound
the same at the end. I want you to decide which two words rhyme. Let’s
practice one first. Listen: dog – log; dog – pan (model selecting dog and log as
the rhyming pair). Now you try it by yourself: dog-log; dog-pan.

Test Items             Response      Answer     Score        Observations
1. cat-rat; cat-fox                  cat-rat    1    0
2. pig-mop; pig-wig                  pig-wig    1    0
3. dad-pan; dad-sad                  dad-sad    1    0
4. bee-tree; bee-cow                 bee-tree   1    0
5. truck-mop; truck-duck             truck-duck 1    0
6. fish-wish; fish-bed               fish-wish  1    0
7. mail-cape; mail-sail              mail-sail  1    0
8. men-rug; men-hen                  men-hen    1    0

                                                        Total ____________




II. WORDS AND SYLLABLES
Directions: I’m going to say a sentence. I want you to move a block for each
word I say. Let’s practice one first. Listen: I like school (model moving a block
for each word in the sentence). Now, you try it by yourself: I like school.
Test Items              Response      Answer         Score    Observations
1. I like milk.                       3 blocks       1    0
2. I am tall.                         3 blocks       1    0
3. My dog is brown.                   4 blocks       1    0
4. The cat is sleeping.               4 blocks       1    0
5. I ride the bus to school.          6 blocks       1    0
6. I see a yellow flower.             5 blocks       1    0
7. I love to eat pizza.               5 blocks       1    0
8. The birthday party was fun.        5 blocks       1    0

                                                        Total ________
III. SYLLABLES
Directions: I’m going to say a word. I want you to clap one time for each part
of the word or syllable I say. Let’s practice one first. Listen: monkey (model
clapping out the word). Now, you try it by yourself: monkey.
Test Items             Response        Answer        Score      Observations
1. dog                                1 clap         1     0
2. animal                             3 claps        1     0
3. cookie                             2 claps        1     0
4. tiger                              2 claps        1     0
5. computer                           3 claps        1     0
6. soap                               1 clap         1     0
7. purple                             2 claps        1     0
8. elephant                           3 claps        1     0

                                                 Total ____________



IV. BLENDING
Directions: I’m going to say a word slowly. I want you to say the word fast.
Let’s practice one first. Listen: cow – boy (model saying the word, pausing for
one second between parts, and then saying it fast). Now, you try it by yourself:
cow – boy.
Test Items              Response      Answer       Score     Observations
1. pop - corn                        popcorn       1    0
2. moun – tain                       mountain      1    0
3. c – ar                            car           1    0
4. b – ear                           bear          1    0
5. f – o – x                         fox           1    0
6. c – u – p                         cup           1    0
7. ch – i – p                        chip          1    0
8. g – r – a – ss                    grass         1    0

                                                        Total ____________
V. PHONEME SEGMENTATION
Directions: I’m going to say a word. I want you to say each sound in the word.
Let’s practice one first. Listen: cat (model saying the word and then saying each
sound: c – a - t). Now, you try it by yourself: cat.
                                      1 & .5
Test Items          Response        Answer           Score Observations
1. mop                          /m-o-p/ /m-op/ 1 .5 0
2. bat                          /b-a-t/     /b-at/   1 .5 0
3. bug                          /b-u-g/     /b-ug/ 1 .5 0
4. lip                          /l-i-p/      /l-ip/  1 .5 0
5. shop                         /sh-o-p/ /sh-op/ 1 .5 0
6. check                        /ch-e-ck/ /ch-eck/ 1 .5 0
7. black                        /b-l-a-ck/ /bl-ack/ 1 .5 0
8. sled                         /s-l-e-d/ /sl-ed/    1 .5 0

                                                 Total ____________


VI. PSEUDOWORD DECODING
Directions: I’m going to show you some words that are not real words. They
are silly words. I want you to read them to me. Let’s practice one first. Show: ip
(model reading this word). Now, you read it by yourself: ip.
Test Items         Response Answer                 Score     Observations
1. ap                           /ap/ as in nap      1    0
2. ek                           /ek/ as in peck     1    0
3. sab                          /sab/ as in tab     1    0
4. tig                          /tig/ as in big     1    0
5. pon                          /pon/ as in Ron     1    0
6. chuf                         /chuf/ as in stuff  1    0
7. treg                         /treg/ as in beg    1    0
8. stim                         /stim/ as in trim   1    0

                                                        Total ____________
ap
ek
sab
tig
pon
chuf
treg
stim

								
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