Google has just released a new interesting feature in its Google Search engine options. I am talking about the Reading Level option that aims to filter and limit search results to specific reading levels. I am going to give you a couple of example that should clarify what these reading levels are. First case scenario. A teacher is looking for specific webpages for his students. Since such students are foreign english learners, the teacher is specifically looking for webpages which have been written using a very elementary and simple English. Second case scenario. A scientist is looking for complex reports regarding the field he is studying and researching. Since he is looking for articles and reports written from experts, he might need to filter out all those websites that use simple reading levels. In this tutorial I will show you how to turn on the Reading Level option in your Google Search page.
- Open http://www.google.com/advanced_search
- Under the Need More Tools section, click the drop down menu.
- Select one of the Reading Level available.
- Reading Levels available are: Basic, Intermediate and Advanced results.
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