Lexile® Framework For Reading What is a Lexile measure? The Lexile® Framework for Reading measures reading ability and text complexity on the same scale. There are two Lexile measures: the Lexile reader measure and the Lexile text measure. A Lexile reader measure represents a student’s reading ability on the Lexile scale. A Lexile text measure represents a text’s difficulty level on the Lexile scale. Lexile measures are expressed as numeric measures followed by an “L” (for example, 850L), and represent a position on the Lexile scale. When used together, Lexile measures help a student choose a book or other reading material that is at an ideal difficulty to spur reading growth. Today, Lexile measures are recognized as one of the most widely used reading metrics. Lexile measures connect learners of all ages with resources at the right level of challenge and monitor progress toward state and national learning standards. Lexile measures range from below 200L for beginning readers and text to above 1600L for advanced readers and text. An important factor for readiness is students’ ability to read and understand texts of steadily increasing complexity as they progress through school. The Lexile Framework provides valuable insights into student readiness by measuring both the complexity of college and career texts and a student’s ability to comprehend these texts. Lexile Tools and Resources Link to Resource Description of Resource An Introduction to the Lexile® Framework for Reading This video introduces the Lexile Framework for Reading, how the Lexile Framework and Lexile measures can be used, and shows free tools and research-based resources for utilizing the Lexile measures. The Lexile® & Quantile® Hub The new Hub platform provides access to all of the free Lexile and Quantile tools that support student learning and growth in reading and math. Read tool descriptions below or visit the Hub at hub.lexile.com. NC Webinars on The Hub An Introduction to the Lexile® & Quantile® Hub: Tools for Elementary Level Educators An Introduction to the Lexile® & Quantile® Hub: Lexile Tools for Secondary Teachers of Reading in All Content Areas Lexile® Find a Book Search among over half a million books using the Find a Book book browser that: Offers previews of challenging words and their definitions for each book. Identifies the Lexile level and vocabulary by chapter for over 1,600 popular books. Creates and manages personal book lists that can be shared. Searches by a student's Lexile measure or range, grade level, or interests. Lexile Analyzer® Paste or type in text of 1,000 words or less to discover: The Lexile range for the text. Early Reading Indicator information for texts 650L and below. Lists of similar books. Challenging words highlighted in the text along with their definitions, parts of speech, examples sentences. Toggle to Spanish to paste or type in Spanish to get a Lexile range. Lexile® WordLists Create your own customized lists of consequential words from a collection of 40 million words based on general and academic domain K–12 vocabulary. Lists can be downloaded and printed. Lexile® Career Database Identify the Lexile level associated with the reading demands of a particular career in this new tool. Lexile® Grade Level Chart See how a large sample of students in grades K–12 who were administered tests that reported Lexile measures performed based on this 2010–2016 research. Interactive charts are provided for descriptive purposes only and not intended to be interpreted as state performance standards. Lexile® Growth Planner Chart a student's reading growth across different annual state assessments and forecast future growth. With the Growth Planners, you can: Forecast college and career readiness with Lexile measures. Compare individual students results to national student performance. Explore career options along with expected reading demands. View national, state, and regional career information. Lexile® Measures Manager Determine a student's optimal reading or math measure when two assessments have resulted in significantly differing Lexile or Quantile measures. The Lexile® Framework for Reading Video This six-minute animated video on the basic concepts and uses of the Lexile Framework for Reading is the perfect resource for educators and parents who are new to Lexile measures. Lexile Educator Guide This is a two-page overview of the benefits and usefulness of the Lexile Framework for Reading for Educators. The Lexile Infographic Everything you need to know about the Lexile® Framework for Reading in one easy to understand graphic. Lexile® Map The Lexile Map provides examples of popular books and sample texts on the Lexile scale ranging from 200L for beginning reader books to 1600L for more advanced texts. It's a quick reference guide that helps to show what a Lexile measure represents. Parent’s Guide to the Lexile® Framework for Reading This is a two-page overview of the benefits and usefulness of the Lexile Framework for Reading. Lexile Measures at Home This webpage details ways you can use a student's Lexile measure—and the Lexile measures of books and other reading materials—to foster literacy and learning at home. EOG English Language Arts/Reading and EOC English II Performance Standards Reported in Lexile® Measures This document includes a chart which provides End-of-Grade English Language Arts/Reading and End-of-Course English II performance standards (achievement levels) in the Lexile measure. Linking the NC EOG English Language Arts/ Reading and EOC English II with the Lexile® Framework (Updated April 2015) Linking assessment results with the Lexile Framework provides a mechanism for matching each student’s reading ability with text on a common scale. It serves as an anchor to which resources, concepts, skills, and assessments can be connected allowing parents, teachers, and administrators to speak the same language More information about the Lexile Framework can be found at Lexile.com.