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Our Automatic Readability Checker takes a sample of your writing and calculates the number of sentences, words, syllables, and characters in your sample. Our program takes the output of these numbers and plugs them into seven popular readability formulas. These readability formulas (see below) will let you know the reading level and grade level of your text and help you determine if your audience can read your writing. (Note: We also have separate readability tools to calculate grade levels using the Fry Graph, Raygor Estimate Graph, Spache Formula, and New Dale-Chall Formula, located here: Free Readability Calculators and Text Tools). Directions: Paste in a sample of text and click "CHECK TEXT READABILITY." A sufficient sample size consists of 4-5 full sentences; approximately 200 - 600 words total. Paste a sample of plain text in the box. Our free readability formula tool will analyze your text and output the results based on these readability formulas. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Related:  Rédaction SEOSafe and Accepting Schools

Flesch–Kincaid readability tests The Flesch/Flesch–Kincaid readability tests are readability tests designed to indicate comprehension difficulty when reading a passage of contemporary academic English. There are two tests, the Flesch Reading Ease, and the Flesch–Kincaid Grade Level. Although they use the same core measures (word length and sentence length), they have different weighting factors. The results of the two tests correlate approximately inversely: a text with a comparatively high score on the Reading Ease test should have a lower score on the Grade Level test. Rudolf Flesch devised both systems while J. History[edit] "The Flesch–Kincaid" (F–K) Reading grade level was developed under contract to the United States Navy in 1975 by J. The F-K formula was first used by the United States Army for assessing the difficulty of technical manuals in 1978 and soon after became the Department of Defense military standard. Flesch Reading Ease[edit] Scores can be interpreted as shown in the table below. The U.S.

Using the Academic Word List Introduction This site will help you expand your academic vocabulary using the Academic Word List (the AWL). All students, home students and overseas students, need to learn the technical vocabulary of their field. As learners of English preparing for academic study you also need to learn general academic vocabulary, words such as: feature, illustrate, regulate, strategy. This core academic vocabulary is used by writers in many different subject areas. Learning vocabulary from the AWL will help you improve your comprehension of academic texts. Of course the basic vocabulary of English is also important for academic learners. How can you use the AWL? You can try learning some words from the list every day, but it is better to study the words in context, so that you understand how they are used. Data was collected by the International Labour Office on hourly rates of pay in fifty different occupations, and on consumer prices for a sample of household items in about 100 countries.

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Examples of Accommodations & Modifications | Smart Kids Program accommodations and modifications are available to children who receive services under IDEA or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. General Accommodations: Testing and Assessment Accommodations: Answers to be dictated Frequent rest breaks Additional time Oral testing Untimed tests Choice of test format (multiple-choice, essay, true-false) Alternate ways to evaluate (projects or oral presentations instead of written tests) Accept short answers Open-book or open-note tests Read test and directions to student Provide study guides prior to tests Highlight key directions Test in alternative site Use of calculator or word processor Extra credit option Pace long-term projects Preview test procedures Simplified test wording; rephrased test questions and/or directions General Modifications: Behavior modifications: Related Smart Kids Links IEP Planning: Accommodations & Modifications - Free Online Readability Calculator - Flesch Kincaid, Gunning Fog and more ... English Profile - Home How many keywords can you rank for with one page? (Ahrefs’ study of 3M searches) For anyone monitoring their traffic from Google, it’s not really a revelation that a single page can rank for hundreds (or even thousands) of relevant keywords. But how many keywords exactly will an average page rank for? That’s the question we wanted to answer (plus a few more), so we picked 3 million random search queries and looked at the top-ranking pages and how many other keywords they rank for. Let's dive right in! How many keywords do the top20 ranking pages “also rank for”? Here are the average and median numbers of keywords that we saw top20 pages “also rank for” (studied across 3 million search queries): Sidenote. By saying “also rank for,” I actually mean “also rank for in top10.” It looks like the average #1 ranking page will also rank in the top10 for nearly 1,000 other relevant keywords (while the median value is more than two times smaller - around 400 keywords). And the lower ranking pages tend to rank for less keywords. We have also studied three groups of keywords separately:

Peacemaking Circles Peacemaking Circles is a process that brings people together who wish to participate in conflict resolution, support, decision making or provide a space to acknowledge responsibility for ones behavior. Peacemaking circles bring people together in a way that creates an atmosphere of trust. The process brings people together in a way that allows them to see one another as human beings, to talk about what matters to them, and how the impact of a situation has affected their lives. Although each circle is unique all peacemaking circles generally: are designed by those who use them are guided by a common concern require that participants act on their personal values include all parties involved with the topic or situation offer everyone an opportunity to participate take a holistic approach, including the emotional, mental, physical and spiritual maintains respect for all who participate encourage exploring solutions beneficial to all participants Participants are seated in a circle.

Vocabulary and comprehension Vocabulary and comprehension In early 2005 I spent some time reading about comprehension as I was new to the ARCT team and this was the area of focus for our resource development in English. In my reading I was particularly interested to find that the gap between decoding and comprehension experienced by many middle and upper primary students was well documented. It was something I had experienced and worried about as a teacher of students at this level. Vocabulary and grammatical knowledge are significant factors in influencing reading achievement. According to Chall (1983) weak vocabulary leads to poor reading comprehension that in turn limits vocabulary development. Working with students During term 3, I worked with a group of six Year 7 students for approximately one hour, once a week. words commonly used when giving instructions eg. Possible considerations for teaching In order to develop a classroom climate that promotes the importance of words and their various meanings: ARB Home

Longman Vocabulary Checker Find out which type of vocabulary is used in the text you are reading and which words you should learn. The Longman Vocabulary Checker highlights words from specific lists in any text you choose. The words that the Checker will highlight are either from: the Longman 9,000 keywords – the most important 9,000 words to learn in English. The Longman Vocabulary Checker is easy to use: Copy your text and paste it in the box. The results of the check will help you decide which words you need to learn.

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Behaviours of Concern - Education Rights Many parents of students with disabilities report behaviours of concern occurring at school, and subsequent punishment, suspension and expulsion as a response. This is particularly common for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD and ODD. Professional commentary and scientific research on behaviours of concern and restrictive practices is widely available. The research, professional organisations which endorse practices evidenced by research, and academics, have information available that is aligned and non contradictory. In other words, there is little controversy by competent professionals on how to address behaviours of concern, and the dangerous nature of restrictive practices. The Australian Psychological Society and Office of Professional Practice (Department of Health and Human Services) have many resources available to the public which discuss best practice around these issues. What are “behaviours of concern”? Why do students demonstrate behaviours of concern? Advocacy