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Acronyms used by Let’s Go Learn on the DORA report page

DORA

HFW – High-Frequency Words: score range is mid-Kindergarten to high 3rd grade.
WR – Word Recognition: score range is mid-Kindergarten to high 12th grade.
PH – Phonics/Word Analysis: score range is low Kindergarten to high 4th grade.
PA – Phonemic Awareness: scores as a percentage.
SP – Spelling: score range is mid-Kindergarten to high 12th grade.
VO – Word Meaning sub-test/Oral Vocabulary: mid-Kindergarten to high 12th grade.
CO – Silent Reading sub-test/Comprehension: score range is mid-Kindergarten to high 12th grade.

DORA Phonemic Awareness
Early PA – Early Phonological Awareness
Pho Seq – Phoneme Segmentation
MAAT – Phoneme Manipulation Auditory Analysis Tasks
% Cor Total – Overall Percent Correct

DORA Spanish
HFW – High-Frequency Words: score range is mid-Kindergarten to high 3rd grade.
WR – Word Recognition: score range is mid-Kindergarten to high 4th grade.
PH – Word Analysis/Phonics: score range is low Kindergarten to high 3rd grade.
PA – Phonemic Awareness: scores as a percentage.
SP - Spelling: score range is mid-Kindergarten to high 9th grade.
VO – Word Meaning sub-test/Oral Vocabulary: mid-Kindergarten to high 9th grade.
CO – Silent Reading sub-test/Comprehension: score range is mid-Kindergarten to high 12th grade.
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