Lexiles for PRIDE

How Lexile Measures can be used to support instruction.

Presented by Lynn M. Angus, English Language Arts Coordinator

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Click the link below or the QR code to view a great source for current events written at five different reading levels.



Click the link below or the QR code to view a district-provided resource for locating resources for books, authors and illustrators. Each book's information page includes book trailers, Lexile information and more. Use your school's unique username and password to access additional information.



Click the link below or the QR code to view Georgia's Online Library. Several of the databases in GALILEO can be searched by Lexile: NoveList K-8, NoveList, NoveList Plus K-8, NoveList Plus, SIRS Discoverer, MAS Ultra, Topic Search, Student Research Center, Middle Search Plus, Kids Search, Primary Search and Searchasaurus.


Click here for specific information about Lexiles in GALILEO.


Click the link below or the QR code to view DeKalb's Destiny Library Catalog. To access your school, click your school's name on main district page. From the Catalog tab in your school's Destiny site, click Reading Program, choose Lexile, enter your Lexile range and search for materials located in your library. Also, use WebPath Express in Destiny to discover websites on your Lexile level.


About Lynn M. Angus, Ed.D.

Lynn currently serves as the K-12 ELA Coordinator for the DeKalb County School District. She previously worked in DeKalb's Region I schools as a Professional Learning Facilitator. She has also worked as a teacher and Academic Coach at McNair Middle School. Prior to moving to Georgia, Lynn spent 15 years working as a classroom ELA teacher and regional school improvement coach in Cincinnati, Ohio.

This presentation is adapted from a training designed in conjunction with Eden Clark and Valerie Ayer of DeKalb County School District.