Quiz Language

On many of the pages that you'll see in Accelerated Reader and on many of the reports, the quiz language is identified.

When students search for a book or select a book cover under Discover Books, they see the language of the book and quiz along with other book information.

students see the book or article language in the search results or book information

For teachers and administrators, on Manage Books and Quizzes pages and on reports, the abbreviation EN after the quiz number is used to indicate English quizzes, and SP is used to indicate Spanish quizzes.

example of the quiz language abbreviations on the Manage Books and Quizzes page

Students who have taken a Star Reading Spanish assessment or a Star Math Spanish assessment and/or those who have already passed a Spanish AR quiz will see Spanish book recommendations as well as English recommendations. (Note that deactivated Spanish quizzes don't cause the Spanish book recommendations to appear.)

example of Spanish and English book recommendations

Teachers can see more information about their students' reading in Spanish and English on the Biliteracy Report tab in the Accelerated Reader Record Book.

example of the Biliteracy Report

If you want to hide Spanish quizzes, an administrator can use the Locale Content Sets preference to change the availability of those quizzes on your site.

Students are allowed to take both the English and Spanish quizzes for the same title if both are available.