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A Study of Reading Level Indicators for Chinese Children's Books
In recent years, reading has attracted higher attention by the Ministry of Education in Taiwan. Many elementary schools has promoted reading actively and got lots of resources to use. However, the concept of “grade reading” and “leveled books” have not been emphasized by educator or public. Each child's knowledge and experience influence his reading ability, because they have different behaviors、information needs and purpose in reading. This is why we need to match books to readers. There are some common leveled books system that we can refer from America and some other countries. What's their principles and measures ? What's the reading level indications we can use in Chinese books? How's the current situation of elementary school recommended book list created by level? When teachers group a book to some level, what factors are they considered? The methods of this study are literature analysis and questionnaire survey. By analyzing the content of foreign leveled books systems, we realize their development、principles and how to practice. Then generalize some level factors for Chinese books. The questionnaire attempt to survey the situation and teacher’s viewpoint of level a book. In the end, this study suggests a preliminary reading level indications for Chinese books.
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