There are 97 students in this class. They were given the task of checking out and reading a graded reader from the library each week for most weeks. They read a total of 368 books for an average of 3.8 books per learner. The average level of the books chosen, based on the level that the publishers assigned to the book, was 1.35. The most popular book was Marcel and the Shakespeare Letters, published by Penquin. And the most popular series of readers were the Penquin readers with 175 check-outs, Oxford with 100, Macmillan with 90, and Cambridge with 53.
This semester is winding down, and I was getting the data together to present to students about their extensive reading habits. Here is a brief report.