It should be 4.5 to 5th grade or above. Many students are 2-3rd grade reading. In my 20 years of teaching 5th I have very few students on grade level. The average American reads on a 6th grade.
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Hi-Lo books look like a typical book, that is, they are designed to contain illustrations and content that appeals to a struggling reader's age and maturity level. However, they are written at a reading level that is lower than the student's grade level. A lower reading level provides an opportunity for the student to read words he or she is familiar with, while introducing a few new words and.
Hi-Lo books can motivate struggling readers by providing books on topics that are engaging that are also targeted toward their independent reading level. Hi-Lo books can help build reading fluency, vocabulary, background knowledge, and interest in reading. They also have the advantage of looking like chapter books and are written about interesting topics with easy readability.
Suggested Reading List Grades 3-5 This list has been compiled from several sources including the American Library Association, the International Reading Association, and state reading lists, when available. The books on this list are not required reading nor is this intended to be an all-inclusive list. As always, parents and teachers are encouraged to review the selections to ensure the.
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Hi-Lo Books: 500 - 50,000 words, varies greatly depending on age level. A large number fall between 500 - 20k words. Some 60-90k YA books get classified as Hi-Lo, but I don't think they were specifically written for the category. Middle Grade: 25,000 - 45,000 words, usually around 35-40k. Longer word counts allowed for fantasy, sci-fi, historical. Up to 60-70k is probably safe (though there.
This list includes my 20 favorite books to use for novel studies, literature circles, or book clubs in your fifth grade classroom. Perfect if you're looking for 5th grade books to read aloud in your classroom or to build your library. Includes a short novel summary and supporting resources for each.