Question

Name

qi_23_d

Label

23 d

Question Text

In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. Oral ability

Instructions

Please ring appropriate number

Usage

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In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. Use of books

1
Exceptional. Reads very widely for pleasure and information
2
Above average. Turns to books very readily
3
Average. Skill and comprehension satisfactory for school requirements
4
Below average. Still learning the skill of reading; not inclined to turn spontaneously to books for pleasure or information
5
Very poor or non-reader. Recognises few words; very limited use of books because of poor skills

In so far as your professional experience will allow, please rate the child in relation to all children of his age (i.e. not just his present class or even his school) by ringing the number opposite the appropriate description. Oral ability

1
Exceptionally good for his age. Shows extensive vocabulary and complex sentence formation
2
Above average. Has very good vocabulary and expresses himself well orally
3
Average for his age. Expresses himself satisfactorily in conversation and oral lessons
4
Below average. Rather limited in vocabulary, tending to use simple phraseology
5
Very limited oral ability for his age
Below are a few descriptions of behaviour shown by some children. Any one particular description is likely to apply to only a minority of children; moreover quite a proportion of children may show at least in some degree one of the aspects of behaviour listed below. If the description fits the child, please circle the figure 1 in the first column. If it is a marginal case, or you are in some doubt about the child's inclusion under this description, please circle the figure 2 in the next column. If the description does not fit the child at all circle the figure 3 in the third column.
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1 - Certainly

2 - Somewhat

3 - Not at all

4 - Don't know

Poor control of hands (e.g. in writing, drawing, handwork)
Squirmy, fidgety child
Poor physical co-ordination (e.g. in jumping, running or throwing)
Often running or jumping about; hardly ever still
Difficult to understand because of poor speech
Imperfect grasp of English (i.e. when native language is other than English or Welsh)
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