Below is an exerpt of the Lexile reading measurements in relationship to grade levels.
|Grade Level||Lexile Rating|
|8||805L to 1100L|
|9||855L to 1165L|
|10||905L to 1195L|
|11 to 12||940L to 1210L|
The Oxford Bookworms Library Grading information is found on the last page of the book. Below are the descriptions. Samples are also provided in the back of the books.
present simple - present continuous - imperative - can/cannot, must - going to (future) - simple gerunds
...past simple - coordination with and, but, or - subordination with before, after, because, so
...present perfect - will (future) - (don't) have to, must not could - comparison of adjectives - simple if clauses - past continuous - tag questions - ask/tell + infinitive
...should, may - present perfect continuous - used to - past perfect causative - relative clauses - indirect statements
...past perfect continuous - passive (simple forms) - relatives with where/when -gerund after prepositions/phrases
...future continuous - fuure perfect - passive (modals, continuous forms) - would have conditional clauses - modals + perfect infinitive
...passive (infinitives, gerunds) - advanced modal meanings - clauses of concession, condition
The reading level information for the Cambridge English Readers are located on the back cover of the books. Below are the reading level for categories.
|2. Elementray/ Lower-Intermediate||A2||KET|
Penguine Readers level information is located on the back cover of the books. It will indicate whether the book is a contemporary, a classic, or an original work. Below is their levels chart.
|3. Pre-Intermediate||1200 Words|
|4. Intermediate||1700 Words|
|5. Upper Intermediate||2300 Words|
|6. Advanced||3000 Words|
This Oxford University Press English Language Teaching series is structured similar to the Oxford Bookworms Library. Below are the reading levels. The level information is found on the back cover of each book.
|Starter||250 Headwords||CEF: A1 Can understand basic notices, instructions or information.|
|One||400 Headwords||CEF: A1-A2 Can understand basic notices, instructions or information. Can understand straightforward information within a known area, such as on products and signs and simple textbooks or reports on familiar matters.|
|Two||700 Headwords||CEF: A2-B1 Can understand straightforward information within a known area, such as on products and signs and simple textbooks or reports on familiar matters. Can understand routine information and articles, and the general meaning of non-routine information within a familiar area.|
|Three||1000 Headwords||CEF: B1 Can understand routine information and articles, and the general meaning of non-routine information within a familiar area.|
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