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Approximate text level conversion

  1. 1. Approximate Text Level Conversion and Comparison Table Developmental Reading Stage A - A,B,1 A,1 B - 2 2 C - 3,4 3 1.1 D 100 5,6 4 1.2 E - 7,8 6-8 1.4 F 200 9,10 10 G - 11,12 12 1.7 H 300 13,14 14 1.8 I - 15,16 16 2.0 J 400 17,18 18 2.3 K - 19,20 20 2.6 L 500 - 24 2.9 EARLY FLUENT DRA 1.5 TRANSITIONAL (Developing) Lexile Reading Recovery 1.0 Ccompton2009 A.R. Level Fountas & Pinell Guided Reading .5 EMERGENT Grade Level M - - 28 K 1st 2nd Wright Group A B C, D E F G H I J K L, M N N Rigby Literacy Levels Basal Rigby PM/PM Plus Levels 1-2 readiness starters 1 3-4 readiness starters 2 5 preprimer 1 3-4 red 6 preprimer 2 5-6 red/yellow 7 preprimer 3 7-8 yellow 8 primer 9-10 blue 9 - 11-12 blue/green 10 grade 1 13-14 green 11 grade 1 (late) 15-16 orange 12 grade 2 17-18 turquoise 13 - 19-20 purple 14-15 - 21 gold 16-17 - Fluency WPM Threshold Rates* 22 gold No established wpm rate 60/60/75 wpm 70/100/100 wpm Page 1 of 2
  2. 2. Approximate Text Level Conversion and Comparison Table A.R. Level Fountas & Pinell Guided Reading 3.0 Wright Group Basal Rigby PM/PM Plus Levels 18 grade 3 23 silver 19 - 24 silver 20 - 25 emerald - grade 4 26 emerald - - 27 ruby - - 28 ruby 44 - - 29 sapphire 28 44 - grade 5 30 sapphire - - 50 - - - W 900 - - - - - 6.0 X - 30 60 - grade 6 - 6.5 Y - - - - - - 7 Grade Level Rigby Literacy Levels Z 1000 32,34 70 - - - 7.3 - 1100 - - - - - 7.6 Developmental Reading Stage - 1200 - - - - - 600 - 30 3.3 O - 22 34 P - - 38 4.0 Q 700 24 - 4.3 R - - 40 S - 26 - 4.8 T 800 - 5.0 FLUENT (Self-Extending) N 4.6 U - 5.3 V 5.6 4th 5th ADVANCED DRA 3.6 3rd Lexile Reading Recovery 6th 7th O, P Q R S T T Fluency WPM Threshold Rates* 80/100/124 wpm 90/120/140 wpm 100/150/150 wpm 110/150/170 wpm 120/150/170 wpm *The Threshold Reading rates have been established by the National Assessment of Education Progress (NAEP), and the Utah State Office of Education (USOE). These threshold rates are the minimum established reading rate at which students should read to comprehend and read graded material. Sources: The Wright Group, Rigby Education, Four Blocks Literacy Framework, Scholastics Lexiles, Developmental Reading Assessment (Joetta Beaver), and Weaver, B. M. (2000). Leveling books k-6: Matching readers to text. Newark, DE Ccompton2009 Page 2 of 2

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