Friday, December 27, 2013

Google Search by Reading Level

I'm very excited to share this awesome technology tip with you! I will show you how to do a Google search by reading level.


First, go to Google and enter the topic of choice. 


Since I'm still amazed by our marine science students who recently taught 2nd graders, I chose to enter "marine life" as my topic.


After you enter your topic, click on the Search Tools button. You will then have an option called All results (see picture above). Click on All results for more options. 


After you click on All results, you will have a drop-down list appear. From the list, choose Reading level


BINGO! Now you (or your students) can choose the reading level of the results. 

I love this tip! Have you used it before? I would love to hear how you or your students use it. 

7 comments:

  1. thank you for sharing a brilliant tip. We have not used this before, it will be a great addition to our computer basics classes working with low literate adults.

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    1. I'm glad you found it helpful. I think it would be beneficial for learners of any age. Thanks for stopping by!
      Jennifer

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  2. WHAT? You can do this with Google?? This is amazing, thanks for sharing!

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    1. Incredible, huh!? :-) Glad to share!
      All the best,
      Jennifer

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  3. THis is awesome. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Once you have the best instructor in a subject, learning anything is possible. Educator seeks to find these teachers and brings their expertise to you.

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  5. Thank you so much for this smart tool. It is time consuming when we need specific search results according to the specific reading level. This also shows that technology and education are very connected and intermingled with each other.

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