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Readability Plus Both Readability Calculations and Readability PLUS give you the power of (9) popular readability formulas to find the reading level and grade level of your materials. Select as many formulas as you want at one time. Both Readability Calculations and Readability PLUS will find the reading and grade levels using your selected formulas. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]
Readability Formulas Both Readability Calculations and Readability PLUS let you key in your sample or import your sample from a text file. You may also copy and paste text directly into either program. Both Readability Calculations and Readability PLUS have no limit size -- you can import text in any length. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]
Both Readability Calculations and Readability PLUS have no limit size -- you can import text of any length. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]
Readability Both Readability Calculations and Readability PLUS give you detailed statistics and information about your material. It gives you the reading level, grade level, word count, syllable count, sentence count, and number of difficult words. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]
The Frey Graph The Frey Graph gives you a visual illustration of who can read your material. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]
The Dale-Chall Formula The New Dale-Chall Formula uses a vocabulary-based formula to assess upper elementary through secondary materials. It compares the Dale-Chall word list against the words in your document. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]
The Dale-Chall Formula The New Dale-Chall Formula gives you detailed statistics and information about your material. It gives you the reading level, grade level, word count, syllable count, sentence count, and number of difficult words. The Dale-Chall Formula also lists all of the difficult words in your document and tells you how many times these difficult words appear. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]
The Spache Formula The Spache Formula is another vocabulary-based formula widely used in assessing primary through fourth grade materials. It gives you detailed statistics and information about your material. It gives you the reading level, grade level, word count, syllable count, sentence count, and number of difficult words. The Spache Forumla also lists all of the difficult words in your document and tells you how many times these difficult words appear. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]

Bonus Program: THE PREP PROGRAM
(Available in both Readability Calculations and Readability PLUS)
The Prep program creates a clean and appropriate copy of any text file you intend for subsequent analysis by either Readability Calculations or Readability PLUS. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]
Why run the Prep program before running Readability Calculations or Readability PLUS? Certain word-processor generated characters and conditions can degrade the Readability and Assessor results. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]

THE VOCABULARY ASSESSOR
(Available in only Readability PLUS)
The Vocabulary Assessor can be used for either of two purposes: (1) to display and count the number of occurrences of each and every word in a document; or (2) to identify and count the number of occurrences of only those words potentially difficult for the intended readers of the document. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]
Word Lists (also referred to as “Vocabulary Lists”) are used when you wish to identify words in a document which are potentially difficult words for the intended readers. The Vocabulary Assessor can compare the contents of either one or two such Word Lists with each word in a document, identifying just those document words which do not match any words in the Word Lists. The unmatched words are identified as “potentially difficult” words. [ SEE SCREEN SHOT ]

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