Wright, B. D., & Stenner, A. J. (2000). Lexile Perspectives. Popular Measurement, 3 (1), 14-17.
Swartz, C. Kroening, J. M., & Sanford-Moore, E. (2008, July). Using a developmental scale to enhance reporting of state-wide, high stakes writing tests. Innovation Quarterly. The Council of Chief State School Officers, 3(3), 7-8.
The Scholastic Reading Inventory, which reports Lexile reader measures, was used to match prison inmates to books at their reading level to read and record as part of the Turning a New Page literacy program.
Taylor, R. T., & Mcatee, R. (2003). Turning a New Page to Life and Literacy: A Literacy Intervention Program Finds Success among Struggling Readers in Prison. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 46 (6), 476-80.
Lexile measures from administration of The Scholastic Reading Inventory were used to estimate student reading level and match students to trade books.
Walpole, S., Hayes, L., & Robnolt, V. J. (2006). Matching Second Graders to Text: The Utility of a Group-Administered Comprehension Measure. Reading Research and Instruction, 46,1-22.
The Scholastic Reading Inventory, which reports Lexile reader measures, was used as an outcome measure to determine the impact of sustained silent reading.
Birmingham, K. S. (2006). The Effect of Sustained Silent Reading on High School Student’s Lexile Scores and Attitudes Toward Reading. MA Thesis. Wichita, KS: Wichita State University
The Scholastic Reading Inventory, which reports Lexile reader measures, was used as a predictor of student performance on the Maryland High School Graduation Exam.
Lissitz, R. W., Fan, W., Alban, T., Hislop, B., Strader, D., Wood, C., & Perakis, S. (2006). The Prediction of Performance on the Maryland High School Graduation Exam: Magnitude, Modeling and Reliability of Results. Paper presented at the 2006 annual meeting of the National Council on Measurement in Education, San Francisco, CA.
<p>Lexile reader measures obtained from administration of the Stanford Achievement Test, 10th ed., were used to match students to books at their reading level and also as an outcome measure for a voluntary summer reading program.</p>
Kim, J. S. (2007). The Effects of a Voluntary Summer Reading Intervention on Reading Activities and Reading Achievement. Journal of Educational Psychology, 99 (3), 505-515.
<p>Lexile reader measures obtained from administration of the Iowa Test of Basic Skills were used to match students to books at their reading level and also as an outcome measure for a voluntary summer reading program.</p>
Kim, J. S. (2006). Effects of a Voluntary Summer Reading Intervention on Reading Achievement: Results From a Randomized Field Trial. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 28 (4), 335–355.
Lexile reader measures obtained from administration of the Iowa Test of Basic Skills were used to match students to books at their reading level and also as an outcome measure for a voluntary summer reading program.
White, T. G., & Kim, J. S. (2008). Teacher and Parent Scaffolding of Voluntary Summer Reading. The Reading Teacher, 62 (2), 116–125.
Lexile measures from the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills (ITBS) are used to select books that match students’ reading levels.
White, T. G., & Kim, J. S. (2008). Scaffolding Voluntary Summer Reading for Children in Grades 3 to 5: An Experimental Study. Scientific Studies of Reading, 12(1), 1-23.
The Scholastic Reading Inventory, which reports Lexile reader measures, was used as an outcome measure to determine the impact of repeated readings.
Wilson, H. M. (2008). The effect of rereading text at a student’s instructional level upon reading fluency. In Proceedings: 4th Annual Symposium: Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects. Wichita, KS: Wichita State University, p.161-162
Lexile reader measures from administration of the Texas state-mandated reading assessment will be used to develop progress monitoring tools. The purpose of the progress-monitoring system is to establish the Lexile level at which a child maintains adequate comprehension at different fluency rates.
Vaughn, S., Fletcherb, J. M., Francisb, D. J., Dentonc, C. A., Wanzekd, J., Wexlera, J., Cirinob, P. T., Barthb, A. E., & Romain, M. A. (2008). Response to intervention with older students with reading difficulties. Learning and Individual Differences, 18 (3), 338-345.
Lexile text measures are discussed along with a number of other readability formulas.
Gunning, T. G. (2003). The Role of Readability in Today's Classrooms. Topics in Language Disorders, 23 (3), 175-189.
Lexile reader and text measures are utilized to describe the typical reading ability of students as they move from elementary to high school and to evaluate the gap between student ability and the text demands of postsecondary reading endeavors.
Williamson, G. L. (2006). Aligning the Journey With a Destination. MetaMetrics, Inc.
Lexile reader measures provide data for a thorough discussion of reading growth.
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Stenner, A. J., & Rock, D. A. (2005). Assessment Issues in the Testing of Children at School Entry. School Readiness: Closing Racial and Ethnic Gaps, 15 (1), 15-34. Published by The Future of Children.
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Lexile text measures are used to describe the reading demands of texts that students are likely to encounter in their postsecondary endeavors.
Williamson, G. L. (2004). Student readiness for postsecondary options. MetaMetrics, Inc.
Lexile text measures were used to determine the text demand of prescription drug warning labels.
Davis, T. C., Wolf, M. S., Bass, P. F., Middlebrooks, M., Kennen, E., Baker, D. W., Bennett, C. L., Durazo-Arvizu, R., Bocchini, A., Savory, S. and Parker, R. M. (2006). Low literacy impairs comprehension of prescription drug warning labels. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 21 (8), 847-851.
Lexile text measures were used to determine the readability of the pharmacy-interpreted dosage instructions.
Wolf, M. S., Shekelle, P., Choudhry, N. K., Agnew-Blais, J., Parker, R. M., & Shrank, W. H. (2009). Variability in pharmacy interpretations of physician prescriptions. Medical Care, 47 (3), 370-373.
Lexile text measures were used to assess the level of literacy required to understand insurance coverage for end-of-life care services.
Wilson, B., Kutner, J. S., & Levy, C. (2008). Do health insurance plans perpetuate ambiguity about palliative care? Journal of Palliative Medicine, 11(9), 1182-1182.
Lexile text measures were used to determine the reading difficulty for the MMPI-2 subscale items.
Paolo, A. M., Ryan, J. J., & Smith, A. J. (1991). Reading difficulty of MMPI-2 subscales. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 47 (4), 529-532.
Lexile text measures were used to describe the demands of reading materials students are likely to encounter in the last years of high school and in postsecondary endeavors.
Williamson, G. (2008). A text readability continuum for postsecondary readiness . Journal of Advanced Academics, 19(4), 602-632.
Smith, M. (2008, April). North Carolina community collaborates to stop summer reading loss. Innovation Quarterly. The Council of Chief State School Officers.
The reading demand of entry level community college, four-year university, and community/technical colleges is evaluated using Lexile text measures. The text measures are viewed in conjunction with Lexile reader measures from the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills (TAKS) English/Language Arts Exit Level.
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Archer, L.E. (2010, December). Lexile Reading Growth as a Function of Starting Level in At-Risk Middle School Students. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 54(4), 281–290.
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Fulmera, S. M., & Frijters, J. C. (2011). Motivation During an Excessively Challenging Reading Task: The Buffering Role of Relative Topic Interest. The Journal of Experimental Education, 79 (2), 185-208.
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Harris, E. (2010) Evaluating the Efficacy of Reading Fluency Instruction. University of Southern Maine
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Vaughn, S., Cirino, P. T., Wanzek, J., Wexler, J., Fletcher, J. M., Denton, C. D., Barth, A., Romain, M., & Francis, D. J. (2010). Response to Intervention for Middle School Students With Reading Difficulties: Effects of a Primary and Secondary Intervention. School Psychology Review, 39 (1), 3-21.
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