JISH School Readiness Test

A test designed to assess the initial school readiness of children between the ages of five and six years and ten months. The test of the Jeddah Center for Speech and Hearing (JASH) for primary school preparation is the first test of its kind in the Arab world. This test serves teachers and teachers in the primary grades, kindergartens, speech and language disorders, and cognitive development of children.
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Test Objectives:

This test is designed primarily to assess children's language proficiency and readiness to enter school. This test is designed to detect children with language and / or language problems, which in turn will affect the child's ability to learn basic academic skills in the primary grades of the school.

2 - Measuring the readiness of children in terms of abilities and skills of language and logic that qualify them to succeed and is an indicator of their ability to learn and continue to school.

3. Early detection of speech and language disorders for children aged 5 to 6 years and 11 months.

4. This test from kindergarten and first grade in reducing the impact of speech and language problems on the child's ability to learn and succeed through the development of educational plans appropriate to the abilities of the child after the identification.

Test description:

A test designed to assess the initial school readiness of children between the ages of five and six years and ten months.

The test of the Jeddah Center for Speech and Hearing (JASH) for primary school preparation is the first test of its kind in the Arab world.

This test serves teachers and teachers in the primary grades, kindergartens, speech and language disorders, and cognitive development of children.

Target age group:

Children between 5, 6 and 11 months.

Language skills and academic skills:

The child's ability to learn and succeed in school depends on the integrity and efficiency of his linguistic, communicative and communicative skills

Statistics indicate that the prevalence of verbal and language problems in pre-school children ranges from 5% to 8%. These problems may continue into school age, leading to low academic attainment and social and behavioral problems in these children (2006, US Prevalence Task Force). As Bishop and Leonard (2000) note that when speech and language problems are detected early and treated early, chances of improvement and progression are very high. Children with developmental or linguistic retardation are more likely to have academic, behavioral and behavioral problems (Bishop & Leonard, 2000)

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