Using Reading Levels in Your Classroom
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Trying to compare reading levels from different leveling systems can be confusing. The reading levels do not always correspond neatly, and the equivalencies reported may be inconsistent and inaccurate. These articles can help cut through the confusion.
Encourage literacy through leveled reading instruction that respects students'unique learning paths and supports each one's needs. These teaching resources and advice from experts help you get started.
Diagram and tips for setting up your classroom to meet the needs of every student. Ideally, a classroom is designed to represent a wide range of children with a wide range of reading abilities.
An introduction to using guided reading in your classroom from Dr. Gay Su Pinnell, America's leading guided reading authority. Getting started, sample lessons, and more!
Use this guide to select motivating books that will realistically meet the instructional needs of all of your readers at any level.
Using leveled reading instruction, you can help students become good readers who not only can read but do read. Reading expert Gay Su Pinnell explains how to choose leveled books for your classroom and offers strategies to help you provide readers with the right level of support and challenge.
The differences between the leveled reading systems, how to create leveled book lists, what to do if a book isn't leveled, and more