Leveled Readers. Amy Moxley Mini Lesson EDIT 6340 April 8, 2006. Leveling Books. Matching the reading level of a child with the text found in a book Easy text - read with a high degree of accuracy (95% plus) Challenging or instructional text (90-95% accuracy)
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April 8, 2006
Matching the reading level of a child with the text found in a book
Multiple systems are used by teachers to level books when matching books to readers.
Leveled readers may be selected by the reading specialist using criteria for poor or reluctant readers.
Reading Level should be a component of selection criteria.
Since leveled readers are often not purchased with library funds…
This program is leveled according to readability, interest and reading level.
For more information about Accelerated Reader visit Renaissance Learning.
Leveling systems are not flawless.
Bishop, K. & Van Orden, P. (2001) The collection program in schools: Concepts, practices, and information sources. Englewood, Colorado. Libraries Unlimited.
Coiro, J. (2002). Leveling Books to Match Readers. Retrieved March 1, 2006 from http://www.suite101.com/article.cfm/1411/91865.