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Lexiles in Oregon
Lexiles in Oregon
Using The Lexile® Framework for Reading in Oregon
Recognized as the most widely adopted reading measure, Lexile® measures enable educators, parents, and students to select targeted reading materials that can improve their reading skills and monitor their reading growth across the curriculum, in the library and at home.
The Lexile Framework® for Reading
The Lexile Framework for Reading provides a common scale for matching reader ability and text difficulty, allowing easy monitoring of progress.
Lexile Overview 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.
Scale Score to Lexile Conversion Table
01/07/2011 (133.65 KB)
In May 2004, The Lexile Framework for Reading was successfully linked to the Oregon Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (OAKS) for Reading/Literature at grades 3 through high school. This table enables the user to convert a student’s OAKS Reading/Literature scale score to the corresponding Lexile measure.
Lexile Book Search
MetaMetrics now offers two quick and easy ways to find books by Lexile measure: Lexile Quick Book Search and the "Find A Book" Utility.
Lexiled Article Search
Many of the articles in the databases available on the Oregon School Library Information System (OSLIS) website include Lexile ratings.
The Lexile Analyzer®
Submit text to determine its Lexile measures.
Save the document as a plain text file (.txt). Then submit.
Lexile Resource Kits
Learn more about Lexile® measures by downloading the free resources on this page.
Frequently Asked Questions About Lexiles
Answers to frequently asked questions about Lexiles.
Lexile Maps for Educators and Families
The Oregon Lexile Map provides a graphic representation of texts and titles matched to levels of reading ability.
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