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British Picture Vocabulary Scale: 3rd Edition - BPVS III

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British Picture Vocabulary Scale: 3rd Edition - BPVS III
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A leading vocabulary assessment for standard English, the British Picture Vocabulary Scale: Third Edition (BPVS3), can play an important role in assessing a child’s receptive (hearing) vocabulary, from as young as 3 years right up to 16 years of age.

Its simple, appealing format and ease of administration belies the significance of the assessment and how it can help identify any delay in vocabulary development, even before children are in full time education.

Suitable for: 3 – 16 years, administration by Teachers, SENCOs, Speech and Language Therapists.

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BPVS is the leading assessment tool to assess the receptive vocabulary of children as young as 3 to 16 years of age. It has a simple, appealing format with vivid full colour illustrations and black outlines to support those who may be colour blind.

  • Identifies delays in vocabulary development, even before children are in full time education, informing intervention strategies to help extend vocabulary.
  • Suitable for non-readers and those with specific learning difficulties such as Autism or CP as no reading is required - responses can be given by pointing or gesture.
  • Time efficient, can be used as an ideal benchmarking and progress-checking assessment from pre-school to secondary school.
  • 1-1 session format - the facilitator says a word and the pupil responds by selecting a picture from four options that best illustrates the word’s meaning.
  • 10-15 minutes test time. For 3-16 years.

Complete set contents

  • Test material
  • Manual
  • 20 Record Forms
  • Carry Case.

Suitable for Teachers, SENCOs, Speech and Language Therapists.

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