This language elicitation card and questions were designed as a tool to be used in assessing language for preschool and elementary school aged children.
(Nippold, Mansfield, Billow & Tomblin, 2008) Expository Discourse in Adolescents With Language Impairments: Examining Syntactic Development
This study investigated the effectiveness of expository discourse language sample analysis in differentiating between typically developing and language impaired adolescents.
(Justice et al, 2006) The Index of Narrative Microstructure: A Clinical Tool for Analyzing School-Age Children’s Narrative Performances
This study investigated measures and developed a tool for analyzing narrative microstructure.
(Nippold, Hesketh, Duthie & Mansfield, 2005) Conversational Versus Expository Discourse: A Study of Syntactic Development in Children, Adolescents, and Adults
This study investigated the development syntax in conversational versus expository discourse across the lifetime.
(Pavelko, Owens, Ireland, & Hahs-Vaughn, 2016) Use of Language Sample Analysis by School-Based SLPs: Results of a Nationwide Survey.
This study sought to understand school-based SLPs use a of language sample analysis in assessment.