What is ASLAI?
Originated by Robert Hoffmeister, The American Sign Language Assessment Instrument (ASLAI) is designed to track the yearly progression of ASL and English print literacy over time for students ages 4-18. The ASLAI consists of eleven receptive tasks: five related to vocabulary, three pertaining to syntax, and two reasoning and comprehension tasks. The ASLAI is now available to schools, states, and programs throughout the country on a contract basis. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sample ASLAI Questions
ASLAI Language Skills Evaluations
The ASLAI is available to schools, states, and programs throughout the country on a contract basis. Before each administration, we obtain background information of participants to include educational history, reading and math scores, family history, and biographical information. Each test administration at a school typically takes place over the course of one week, with customized reports then available within 60 days after the administration. CRT will customize services based on the number of students, programs, or number of schools/districts within a state.
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