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Guided Reading Levels Conversion Chart
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[Type text]
Grade
WCPSS
DRA
Fountas
Approx. Lexile
TRC
Level
Level
Level
& Pinnell
Levels
1-2
A, 1, 2
A, B
RB-B
3-4
3,4
C
C
K
5-6
6
D
D
5-6
6
D
D
7-8
8
E
E
1st
9-10
10
F
F
11-12
12
G
G
13-14
14
H
H
15-16
16
I
I
17-18
18, 20
J
J
19-20
24
K
K
17-18
18,20
J
J
19-20
24
K
K
2nd
21-22
24
L
L
23-24
28
M
M
25-26
28
N
N
23-24
28
M
M
3rd
25-26
30
N
N
27-28
34
O
O
29-30
34
P
P
31-32
38
Q
Q
29-30
34
p
p
31-32
38
Q
Q
4th
33-34
40
R
R
35-36
40
S
S
37-38
40
T
T
35-36
40
S
S
37-38
40
T
T
5th
39-40
50
U
U
41-42
50
V
V
43-44
50
W
W
6th
43-44
50
W
W-Z
45-46
60
X
47-48
60
Y
49-50
60
Z
These levels are approximate and are provided for general comparisons only.
The leveling
characteristics may differ among the various leveling systems. Book selection is NEVER simply a
matter of choosing a book level that matches the Running Record level or grade level of the students.
When selecting books, it is imperative to consider the content of the book, the background and prior
experience of the students reading the book, and overall pattern of performance of the students on
other similar reading materials.
Updated April 2013
Guided Reading Levels Conversion Chart
[Type text]
[Type text]
Grade
WCPSS
DRA
Fountas
Approx. Lexile
TRC
Level
Level
Level
& Pinnell
Levels
1-2
A, 1, 2
A, B
RB-B
3-4
3,4
C
C
K
5-6
6
D
D
5-6
6
D
D
7-8
8
E
E
1st
9-10
10
F
F
11-12
12
G
G
13-14
14
H
H
15-16
16
I
I
17-18
18, 20
J
J
19-20
24
K
K
17-18
18,20
J
J
19-20
24
K
K
2nd
21-22
24
L
L
23-24
28
M
M
25-26
28
N
N
23-24
28
M
M
3rd
25-26
30
N
N
27-28
34
O
O
29-30
34
P
P
31-32
38
Q
Q
29-30
34
p
p
31-32
38
Q
Q
4th
33-34
40
R
R
35-36
40
S
S
37-38
40
T
T
35-36
40
S
S
37-38
40
T
T
5th
39-40
50
U
U
41-42
50
V
V
43-44
50
W
W
6th
43-44
50
W
W-Z
45-46
60
X
47-48
60
Y
49-50
60
Z
These levels are approximate and are provided for general comparisons only.
The leveling
characteristics may differ among the various leveling systems. Book selection is NEVER simply a
matter of choosing a book level that matches the Running Record level or grade level of the students.
When selecting books, it is imperative to consider the content of the book, the background and prior
experience of the students reading the book, and overall pattern of performance of the students on
other similar reading materials.
Updated April 2013