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32 Complexity scheme identifier
Used with <ComplexitySchemeIdentifier> <b077>
32 01 Lexile code
For example AD or HL. DEPRECATED in ONIX 3 – use code 06 instead
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32 02 Lexile number
For example 880L. DEPRECATED in ONIX 3 – use code 06 instead
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32 03 Fry Readability score
Fry readability metric based on number of sentences and syllables per 100 words. Expressed as an integer from 1 to 15 in <ComplexityCode>
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32 04 IoE Book Band
UK Institute of Education Book Bands for Guided Reading scheme (see http://www.ioe.ac.uk/research/4664.html). <ComplexityCode> is a color, eg ‘Pink A’ or ‘Copper’
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32 05 Fountas & Pinnell Text Level Gradient
<ComplexityCode> is a code from ‘A’ to Z+’. See http://www.fountasandpinnellleveledbooks.com/aboutLeveledTexts.aspx
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32 06 Lexile measure
The Lexile measure in <ComplexityCode> combines the Lexile number (for example 620L or 880L) and optionally the Lexile code (for example AD or HL). Examples might be ‘880L’, ‘AD0L’ or ‘HL600L’. See https://lexile.com/about-lexile/lexile-overview/
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32 07 ATOS for Books
Advantage-TASA Open Standard book readability score, used for example within the Renaissance Learning Accelerated Reader scheme. <ComplexityCode> is a real number between 0 and 17. See http://www.renaissance.com/products/accelerated-reader/atos-analyzer
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32 08 Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level
Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level Formula, a standard readability measure based on the weighted number of syllables per word and words per sentence. <ComplexityCode> is a real number typically between about -1 and 20
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32 09 Guided Reading Level
Use this code for books levelled by the publisher or a third party using the Fountas and Pinnell Guided Reading methodology
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32 10 Reading Recovery Level
Used for books aimed at K-2 literacy intervention. <ComplexityCode> is an integer between 1 and 20
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