When searching online, there are lots of sources of scientific writing. However, many are too advanced for high school students to read. I want to find challenging articles, but at a level that my students could work with.
Using an Advanced Google Search tip can help teachers find writings and articles. Google allows you to sort through your searches by reading level. Here's how.
1. Go to the the google search page. (Rosalind Franklin is the Google Doodle today!)
3. Click on the Settings Tab on the right of your screen. Choose "Advanced Search".
5. Choose annotate results with reading levels. This will give you a list of all results, with each one labeled with the reading level.
6. You can also sort by reading level by clicking on the reading level near the top of the search.