Our Classroom Library

Parents: please click here to find a guide to help ask students questions that will help promote intentional thinking in regards to reading.

To check out a book:
1. Click here  and log into http://classroom.booksource.com/
2. Enter the user name: aconwrighthth and password: htmmarocks
3. Click on “Student Page”
4. Click “Checkout” if you are checking out a book
5. Enter your name in the search bar
6. Click “View List” or type in the name of a book in the search bar.
7. Follow the instructions and enjoy your book!

To Return a book:
1. Click here  and log into http://classroom.booksource.com/
2. Enter the user name: aconwrighthth and password: htmmarocks
3. Click on “Student Page”
4. Click “Checkout” if you are checking out a book
5. Enter your name in the search bar
6. Click “View List” or type in the name of a book in the search bar.
7. Follow the instructions and enjoy your book!

Resources:
1. Click here to use the Scholastic Book Wizard to help find a book that is right for you!.

2. Lexile Reading Level
http://www.lexile.com/about-lexile/lexile-overview/
mblexilelevels_wicc

Grade Level Equivalent?
Grade equivalent scores are often misinterpreted as being a grade level standard. A grade equivalent of 5.9, for example, does not represent the desired level of achievement for all grade 5 students. It simply represents the norming group’s median score, or projected score, for 5th-grade students in their ninth month of schooling. Achieving the same score as the average student in the norming group may not be an appropriate goal for your students.

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