Wepman's Auditory Discrimination Test™, Second Edition (ADT™)

By Joseph M. Wepman, PhD and William M. Reynolds, PhD

Wepman's Auditory Discrimination Test™, Second Edition (ADT™)

Benefits

Quickly identiies children who are slower than average in developing auditory discrimination and who may have trouble learning to read

Ages

4 to 8 years

Admin Time

5 minutes

Format

Examiner reads pairs of words aloud and child indicates same or different

Norms

Standardized on a stratified national sample of 2,000 children

Publish Date

1987

Qualifications

Level B required.
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Wepman's Auditory Discrimination Test™, Second Edition (ADT™)

Wepman's Auditory Discrimination Test™, Second Edition (ADT™)

BY JOSEPH M. WEPMAN, PHD AND WILLIAM M. REYNOLDS, PHD

The ADT Kit and Manual are no longer available for purchase.

The ADT is a quick, economical way to individually screen children for auditory discrimination—and to identify those who may have difficulty learning the phonics necessary for reading.

Using a very simple procedure, it assesses the child’s ability to recognize the fine differences between phonemes used in English speech. The examiner reads aloud 40 pairs of words, and the child indicates, verbally or gesturally, whether the words in each pair are the same or different. The entire test can be administered and scored in just 5 minutes.

The ADT offers norms based on a stratified national sample of approximately 2,000 children. It provides standard scores and percentile norms at half-year intervals for children between the ages of 4 and 8 years. The two alternate forms of the ADT (Form 1A and Form 2A) have separate norms.

Because younger children are included in the norm sample, the ADT can be used for preschool and kindergarten screening as well as elementary school assessment.

Already used with millions of children, the ADT is an effective way to identify those who are slower than average in developing auditory discrimination.

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