ERIC Number: ED038642
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Reference Count: 0
Hawaii Department of Education Speech-Communication Examination Audio Script.
Heinberg, Paul; And Others
This speech-communication examination is a "dyadic" test in which students, issued a set of cards to be marked according to directions, are assigned partners with whom they communicate and respond to in turn. This latest version of dyadic tests has been administered in rural and urban public schools in Hawaii, to speakers of nonstandard English (Hawaiian Pidgin). The format allows the students 14 roles to assume during the test (e.g., tutor/tutee in rote numerical or verbal tutorials, interviewer/interviewee in rote numerical or verbal interviews). Scoring is right minus wrong. Roles are summed across sex and grade level separately. Criteria are number of six source roles in lowest quartile, number of six respondent roles in lowest quartile, and number of 14 roles in lowest quartile. For related documents, see author's "Speech-Communication Learning System," ED 020 523 and ED 020 524; and "Script of Speech-Communication Evaluation Test," ED 026 633. (AMM)
Descriptors: Communication Skills, English (Second Language), Equivalency Tests, Language Proficiency, Language Tests, Nonstandard Dialects, TENL
Author, Department of Speech-Communication, 2560 Campus Road, Room 131, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Hawaii State Dept. of Education, Honolulu.
Identifiers: Hawaiian Creole English