Topics: Readability tests, Readability, High school Pages: 3 (613 words) Published: January 10, 2013
|Free Text Readability Consensus Calculator | | | | | | | |32 | |[pic] | |Our free Text Readability Consensus Calculator 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 7 popular readability formulas. These 7 readability formulas (see below) will help you find out| |the reading level and grade level of your materials and help you to determine if your audience can read your | |materials. | | | |(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 - 500 words total. For larger texts, such as books, pull 1-2 sample sizes| |from each chapter. (Note: Our free readability assessment...
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