Series Preface xi Acknowledgments xiii One Overview 1 Two How to Administer the WJ IV ACH 21 Three How to Score the WJ IV ACH 69 Four How to Interpret the WJ IV ACH 87 Five Use and Interpretation of the WJ IV Tests of Oral Language 159 Six Strengths and Weaknesses of the WJ IV ACH 204 John O. Willis and Ron Dumont Seven Clinical Applications of the WJ IV ACH 217 Eight Illustrative Case Reports 245 Appendix A Fine Points of WJ IV ACH Administration and WJ IV OL Administration 299 Appendix B Frequently Asked Questions About the WJ IV ACH and the WJ IV OL 311 Appendix C Table for Converting z-Scores (z) to Percentile Ranks (PR) or Standard Scores (SS) 329 References 331 Annotated Bibliography 336 Index 339
Nancy Mather, PhD, is a Professor at the University ofArizona in the Department of Disability and PsychoeducationalStudies. She specializes in the areas of assessment, reading,writing, and learning disabilities. She has served as a learningdisabilities teacher, a diagnostician, and an educationalconsultant. Barbara J. Wendling, MA, is the Education Director of theWoodcock-Munoz Foundation and the Director of the RichardWoodcock Institute. She is a co-author of the manuals for the WJIV(R) and the Woodcock Interpretation andInstructional Interventions Programs. She has served as a generaleducation teacher, a learning disabilities specialist, a productmanager for a test publishing company, and an educationalconsultant.