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Instructional Reading Level

A child’s independent reading level refers to what a child is able to decode, analyze, and evaluate with the support of the teacher.
For children reading between levels A-K, a child’s instructional reading level is determined by what a child can either read with 95% or better accuracy with limited comprehension or what he reads with between 90-94% accuracy with excellent or satisfactory comprehension.
For children reading levels L-Z, the instructional level is assessed when children can read with 98% or better accuracy but exhibits limited comprehension or reads with 95-97% accuracy and excellent or satisfactory comprehension. 


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