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Are there assessment scripts available to use prior to testing?

Assessment Scripts

Here are the assessment scripts that should be read aloud to students prior to administering any of the Let's Go Learn assessments.

It is extremely important to use these scripts to increase the validity of each assessment administration. If your organization would also like to schedule a training for your teachers, please contact us at help@letsgolearn.com.

See below attachments: For Lab Environments (DORA/ADAM/DOMA) & for Parents or Distant Learning Environments (DORA/ADAM/DOMA)

LGL Edge Instruction Script
There is also a script for use with LGL Edge which is our instructional product. It is attached below as well.

Relevant Attachments
LGL Edge Script Script to set expectations for students.  Especially important to use with middle or high school students because lessons use music and must be introduced properly. EDGE_Script.pdf
Parents or Distant Learning: DOMA   DOMA_Script_Distant_Learning.pdf
Parents or Distant Learning: ADAM   ADAM_Script_DistantLearning.pdf
Parents or Distant Learning: DORA   DORA_Script_Distant_Learning.pdf
Lab Environments: DORA   DORA_Script_and_LabCheck.pdf
Lab Environments: ADAM   ADAM_Script_and_LabCheck.pdf
Lab Environments: DOMA   DOMA_Script_and_LabCheck.pdf
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