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Home Bilingual Usage Estimate





Test Name: Home Bilingual Usage Estimate
Publisher: R.V. Skozylas
Publication Date: 1971
Test Type: Language Proficiency
Content: Other
Language: Bil. Spanish/English
Target Population: Bilingual Spanish/English
Grade Level: K,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13
Administration Time: 1-15 min
Standardized: Yes
Purpose: Language Dominance

Abstract:
The Home Bilingual Usage Estimate (HUE) measures a person's language usage in the home and yields a single score that classifies the person according to a criterion scale. The classifications are: English monolingual, English dominant, Apparent bilingual, Spanish dominant, and Spanish monolingual. The time required to complete the HUE interview with an adult is approximately 6 minutes, and the interview should be conducted by a bilingual aide. Test-retest reliability was estimated as .97 using the Pearson product-moment procedure. Concurrent validity between the scores on HUE and estimates of language usage by a bilingual educator was established as .95.


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