What CELF®-4 Subtests Were Deleted from CELF®-5?
Market research conducted with customers showed strong interest in having more information about pragmatic language skills and written language. While certain CELF-4 subtests provided valuable information to answer questions about specific students, there were several tests used less frequently than the core subtests.
So that the CELF-5 battery would not consist of 23 subtests, the following subtests were deleted from CELF-5: Working Memory tests: Number Repetition and Familiar Sequences. It is recommended that you work closely with a psychologist, who can work with you to thoroughly evaluate the effects of attention, working memory, and behavior on language processing.
Language Memory tests are still included in the CELF-5 battery so that you can examine the effect of memory on language skills.
- Word Definitions
- Rapid Automatic Naming
- Phonological Awareness