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MS Readability Statistics


•   Understanding how they work
•   How they can help readability
What am I looking for?

Easy to read texts have low numbers in the
following:

     passive voice
     words per sentence
...
Readability Statistics in MS Word
Academic Essays/
Assignments
How easy to read?
Here is an analysis of an
assignment brief for a low level.

Sentences per ...
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Using Word's Readability Statistics

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Brief guide with audio on how to use MS Word Readability Statistics. Aimed at teachers of English language learners, children, reluctant readers etc

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    1. 1. MS Readability Statistics • Understanding how they work • How they can help readability
    2. 2. What am I looking for? Easy to read texts have low numbers in the following: passive voice words per sentence characters per word Flesch Reading Grade level Aim for a high number (60+) for Flesch 2
    3. 3. Readability Statistics in MS Word
    4. 4. Academic Essays/ Assignments How easy to read? Here is an analysis of an assignment brief for a low level. Sentences per paragraph: 1 (low) Words per sentence: 12 (high) Characters per word: 5.3 (low) Passive: 9% (very high) Flesch Reading Ease: (30.4 ) (very high) Flsch Kikaid: 12.1 (very high) Analysis Text: use of passive voice, number of long sentences. Vocabulary score slightly misleading because of amount of repetition.
    5. 5. eslreading.org - free learning materials for English language learners kieran@eslreading. org http://www.eslreading.org/ 5
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