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Preschool and Primary Inventory of Phonological Awareness (PIPA)

Product Description

PIPA assesses the nature and extent of a child's phonological awareness development. Six subtests (three for young children) assess ability to detect, isolate, manipulate and convert sound units at the syllable, onset-rime and phoneme levels.

  • Syllable Segmentation
  • Rhyme Awareness
  • Alliteration Awareness
  • Phoneme Isolation
  • Phoneme Segmentation
  • Letter Knowledge.

Features include:

  • UK norms
  • Standard scores and percentile ranks
  • Profile graph
  • Full colour stimulus material
  • Case histories.

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Complete kit:

Includes examiner's manual, stimulus manual, record forms in bag
ISBN:9780749117658
£136.00
£152.10 inc VAT
Currently out of stock, available to pre-order
Examiner's manual
ISBN:9780749117665
£51.50
£51.50 inc VAT
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Stimulus manual
ISBN:9780749117672
£64.50
£64.50 inc VAT
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Record forms, pack of 25
ISBN:9780749117689
£43.00
£51.60 inc VAT
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Key Information

Description

Assess the nature and extent of a child's phonological awareness development

Author(s)

Anne Ozanne

Barbara Dodd

Beth McIntosh

Sharon Crosbie

Tania Teitzel

Publication Year

2000

Age Range

3 years to 6 years 11 months

Administration

Individual - 25 to 30 minutes (each subtest takes 4 to 5 minutes)

Qualification Code

CL3


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