All of the SIRS databases and many of the Gale databases allow for searching by Reading Lexile. You must be on the advanced search screen to limit search results to a certain lexile range.
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All of the databases in the "Searching by Reading Lexile" box in the left column allow you to limit search results by reading levels such as basic, intermediate, and advanced, or by reading lexile. To limit search results by reading level, you must use the advance search screen in each database.
Sorting Search Results by Reading Lexile or Reading Level:
The databases listed in the "Searching by Reading Lexile" box also allow you to sort results by reading level if you have completed a search without having selected a reading level prior to entering your search terms. For instance, in the SIRS databases, the sort option allows you to sort by lexiles from low to high or high to low. The sort option in the Gale databases allows you to sort by "Content Level."
The following icons are used to identify reading levels in the Gale databases. For a more detailed description of the content levels, please read this handout.
|Gale Databases||Gale Content Level Icons for Reading Categories|
PebbleGo databases allow early readers to click pictures of interest and have brief articles read aloud. The four PebbleGo databases listed below have educational content written at a PreK-2nd grade reading level.
PebbleGo Next databases have educational content written at the 3rd-5th grade reading level.
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