How Students Read Articles and Take Quizzes
In addition to taking quizzes on books, Accelerated Reader students can read high-interest nonfiction articles that are included with software, and they can take quizzes on the articles they read. Students follow the steps below to read articles and take quizzes. Teachers can see the students' results on the article quizzes.
On the student Home page, select Accelerated Reader.
If you are enrolled in more than one Accelerated Reader class, select the name of the class for which you want to take a quiz; then, select Apply.
Accelerated Reader has a student capacity limit. If that limit has been reached for your school or district, the program will display a message telling you that. If you get a message like that, make sure you tell your teacher. Then, select OK to close the message. If the student capacity limit has been reached, you cannot take a quiz until it is increased or adjusted.
- There are four ways to find an article and its quiz:
Next, select Start Quiz.
- You can select one of the articles in the "Articles you can read now" section at the top of the page. Then, select Read & Quiz in the window that opens.
- You can select an article in the Top Article Ideas for You under Discover Articles. Then, select Read & Quiz in the window that opens.
- You can select one of the article categories at the bottom of the page. Then select Read & Take Quiz for the article that you want to read.
- You can type words to search for at the top of the page. If you see an article that you want to read in the results, select Read & Take Quiz for that article.
The article will open. Read the article. Then, select Next.
On the next page, select Take Quiz to start the quiz.
You will go to the quiz for the article.
Select your answer to each question; then, select Next. After you answer the last question, select Finish.
When you are done, you will see your score. If you want to see a report with your results, select View TOPS Report. To leave the page and go back to the Home page, select Exit.
If the program asks for a monitor password before the quiz, the teacher needs to enter the password and select OK. (The Password Requirement preference sets whether the password is required, and the password for the class is set in the Monitor Password preference.)
The Accelerated Reader date and time restrictions may also prevent students from taking quizzes on certain days or times; if so, you may be able to override the restrictions using a monitor password (depending on the preference settings).