CELF®-5 Pragmatics Profile
If a parent or teacher has concerns about a student’s interpersonal skills, with the new CELF-5 Pragmatics Profile, you can now obtain more information about the student’s social communication abilities. You may observe the student in the classroom or during testing to complete the Pragmatics Profile (which now offers scaled scores by age). If you want to examine the behaviors that cause the student difficulty in everyday social interactions, you can engage the student in interactive situations as a “break” during testing. Select three of six activities from the new Pragmatics Activities Checklist. Activity options include conversational opportunities like recommending a gift for a friend or having a snack. The clinician focuses on the interaction and records the student’s responses after the testing session is over and the student has left the room.
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