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Lexile ® Framework for Reading Matching Readers to Text. Janie Baxter Coastal Plains RESA. Why use Lexile measures? What resources are available to assist me as I use Lexiles?. How do the content materials I am teaching (text Lexile measure) match my students’ Lexile measures?.

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how do the content materials i am teaching text lexile measure match my students lexile measures
How do the content materials I am teaching (text Lexile measure) match my students’ Lexile measures?
what is a lexile
What is a Lexile?
  • Standard score developed by MetaMetrics
  • Matches a student’s reading ability with difficulty of text material
three important concepts
Three Important Concepts
  • Reading Ability
    • The cognitive set students use to construct meaning from text as measured on tests
  • Readability
    • The difficulty of reading materials based on dimensions or characteristics of the text
  • Reading Comprehension
    • The construction of meaning from text
what is a lexile6
What is a Lexile?
  • Interpreted as the level of book that a student can read with 75% comprehension
  • 75% comprehension is the level identified by experts as offering the reader a certain amount of comfort and yet still offering a challenge
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Lexile

  • Typically range from 200 for beginning readers to 1700 for advanced readers
  • Text below 200L represents beginning-reading material; given as a number or BR (Beginning Reading)
  • Applies to both reader ability and text difficulty
    • When reader and text measures are the same, the student is expected to read with 75% comprehension.
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Lexile is calculated

by analyzing

Semantic Difficulty,

Word Frequency; and,

Syntactic Complexity,

Sentence Length.

how is georgia using lexiles
How is Georgia using Lexiles?
  • Students receive a Lexile score along with their regular scale score for the CRCT Reading or GHSGT English Language Arts tests.
  • A student’s Lexile is a tool for teachers to use to target reading material for students.
  • A student’s Lexile is a tool for parents to use in selecting reading material for their children.
where is a student s lexile on the crct
Where Is a Student’s Lexile on the CRCT?
  • CRCT Individual Student Score Report (SSR) displays Lexile score in Reading section.
where is a student s lexile on ghsgt
Where Is a Student’s Lexile on GHSGT?

GHSGT Student Content Summary Report displays the Lexile score in English Language Arts section.

Front shows score and range.

Explanation on reverse side of report

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Lexile Measures for Text: Newspapers

  • Reuters (1440L)
  • NY Times (1380L)
  • Washington Post (1350L)
  • Wall Street Journal (1320L)
  • Chicago Tribune (1310L)
  • Associated Press (1310L)
  • USA Today (1200L)
john grisham

Lexile Measures for Text: Novels

John Grisham

The Pelican Brief 660The Firm 680The Client 730A Time to Kill 770The Chamber 810The Rainmaker 830The Runaway Jury 930

michael crichton

Lexile Measures for Text: Novels

Michael Crichton

Jurassic Park 710Andromeda Strain 840Congo 940

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Lexile Measures for Text

  • SAT 1330L
  • Federal Tax Form 1260L
  • Windows User Manual 1150L
  • GED 1060L
determining a student s lexile range

In the Classroom

Determining a Student’s Lexile Range
  • Independent ReadingRange of difficulty should be . . . 50 Lexiles above to 100 Lexiles below
  • Instructional ReadingRange of difficulty should be . . . 50 to 150 Lexiles above
in the classroom
In the Classroom
  • Vary reading difficulty of material to the situation:
    • Choose texts lower in the student’s Lexile range when factors make the reading situation more challenging, threatening or unfamiliar.
    • Select texts at or above the student’s range to stimulate growth when a topic is of extreme interest to a student, or when you will be giving additional support such as background teaching or discussion.
relationship of lexiles grade levels
Relationship of Lexiles & Grade Levels

Column 2 shows the range of Lexiles in which the middle 50% of readers fall at a grade level. 25% of students fall below this range and 25% above.

Column 3 shows the typical range of reading material at a grade level.

Note that the range of readers is wider than that of the typical text measures.

Source: http://www.lexile.com/DesktopDefault.aspx?view=ed&tabindex=6&tabid=18#18

accelerated reader and lexiles
Accelerated Reader* and Lexiles**

*This relational table is from Renaissance Learning, Inc.(2002). **Lexile is a trademark of MetaMetrics, Inc.

Source: http://www.nacs.k12.in.us/mcms/6thGrade/ARLEX.html

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Educators

www.lexile.com

the lexile map
The Lexile Map

Lexile Measure

Literature Titles

Benchmarks (Sample Text)

parts of the lexile framework
Parts of the Lexile Framework
  • Lexile Calculator – a tool to calculate expected comprehension at various Lexile measures
  • Lexile Pathfinder–A set of prepared list of books by series and by topics.
  • Power Vocabulary– Vocabulary lists for books that might challenge the reader.
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Advanced

Book

Search

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Discuss with someone near you how you might use the resources at www.lexile.com in teaching and learning.

galileo databases with lexile measures
GALILEO Databases with Lexile Measures
  • Book Collection: Nonfiction 
  • Discoverer WebFind
  • Kids Search
  • Middle Search Plus
  • MAS Ultra NoveList
  • NoveList K-8
  • Searchasaurus
  • SIRS Discoverer
  • SIRS Researcher
  • Student Research Center
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Kids Search

Detailed Search

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NoveList K-8

Advanced Search Options

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Weather

500-700

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Britannica Online

Linked to GPS

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Digital

Library

of

Georgia

Georgia history and culture, primary sources, images

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Discuss with someone near you a GALILEO resource you might use to engage students in the content on their reading level.

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Connecting

Students with

Text

Resources at Coastal Plains RESA

http://cpresa.org/media/lexile.htm