Assessment of Phonological Skills in Bilingual Children

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This month’s video, presented by Brian Goldstein, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, will cover the assessment of phonological skills in bilingual children.  The following topics will be discussed:

  • Completing a case history specific to phonological skills.
  • Completing an independent analysis.
  • Completing a relational analysis.
  • Linking results from the assessment to intervention goals.

Please take a few minutes to view the video and then post your comments or questions by clicking the comments link at the bottom of this posting.

Posted in: Archived Posts, Assessment Resources

4 responses to “Assessment of Phonological Skills in Bilingual Children”

  1. Dear Dr. Goldstein,

    Your presentation was extremely informative especially for a practicioner in my situation. While it is hard to find appropriate materials for the Spanish-speaking population, it is near impossible to find anything at all for the Portuguese-speaking population and make it at least twice as hard for the Brazilians! Your input was of great value since it put my heart at ease that my evaluations are then as close to appropriate as they could get. I do make use of all the steps you have indicated but I do not use any specific formal tests. I do functional assessments and include the articulation piece where I can compare the performance of the student in both languages. In any case, I look forward to hearing more from your work in the near future. Thank you for your contribution!


    Sandra Ross

  2. sandrar says:

    Hi! I was surfing and found your blog post… nice! I love your blog. 🙂 Cheers! Sandra. R.

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Very informative post. I became concerned when a SLP was trying to correct a dialect! I will forward this post to her.