What is a reader's Lexile range?

    A person's Lexile range is a suggested range of texts that a reader should be reading. The Lexile range for a reader is from 50L above his or her Lexile measure to 100L below. If a student attempts material above their Lexile range, the text may challenge the student and his or her ability to construct meaning from the reading experience may decrease. Likewise, material below a reader’s Lexile range will provide him or her with little comprehension challenge.  The sites below offer  more information.  The Barnes and Noble site allows students/parents to insert the student's age and lexile level.  It will provide a list of books accordingly.
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Last Modified on August 26, 2018