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How Book Quizzes Work in myON

Most books in myON have a comprehensive book quiz after the student has completed reading the book. The book quiz is always 5 questions long, and the questions are pulled from a bank of 12 preset questions that focus on five reading skills: Main Idea, Vocabulary, Supporting Detail, Inference, and Interpretation. Each time the quiz is presented, different questions will be pulled in a different order.

If the book has a quiz, the student will be prompted to take it after they are done rating and/or reviewing the book (unless the building settings have book quizzes turned off for some or all grades). Note: If the student re-reads the book, the student will receive another quiz after finishing the book (as described below); quiz questions may be different, and the student's original score will not be replaced.

In order for the student to be presented with the quiz, they need to click I finished this book! after reading the last page.

Note: Students can't complete the book until they have met both of these criteria:

  • They have read at least 90% of the pages (viewing each of those pages for more than one second).
  • The total time spent reading the book (in seconds) is >=90% of the word count divided by 4.

Since students can easily move to different pages in the book without reading it sequentially, these requirements enable myON to evaluate the effort the student put into reading the book. myON includes that information in reports.

After clicking the button, students will be immediately prompted to rate the book (and to review it if the school has that functionality enabled). Students click Save Your Review to finish. Ratings are important for future book recommendations.

If your school uses Accelerated Reader, students may also see a Take AR Quiz button like the one shown above, which enables students to take a Reading Practice Quiz. For more on how students take these quizzes from myON, see Accelerated Reader Quizzes in myON.

  • While myON book quizzes are always 5 questions long (though questions and order vary), Accelerated Reader Reading Practice Quizzes range from 3 to 20 questions, depending on the length of the book.
  • As mentioned above, myON book quizzes focus on reading skills, while Accelerated Reader quizzes focus on comprehension. (Separate Literacy Skills Quizzes and Vocabulary Practice Quizzes are available for reading skills in Accelerated Reader.)
  • Accelerated Reader has quizzes for books that may not be available in myON; quizzes are available for over 200,000 books.
  • myON book quizzes do not count toward Accelerated Reader goals. If you want your students' myON books to count toward those goals, be sure to have students take the Accelerated Reader quizzes in addition to myON book quizzes.
  • myON book quiz data is available in the myON Quizzes Report. Accelerated Reader quiz results are available in the Accelerated Reader Record Book and Accelerated Reader reports.

Students whose average percent correct is 85%-95% for Accelerated Reader Reading Practice quizzes tend to show the highest gains in reading on the Star Reading test.

Note: In the building settings, administrators can turn off the availability of Accelerated Reader quizzes in myON for some or all grades.

After finishing the book rating/review, students will be prompted to take the book quiz. The quiz will display 5 questions, and the numbered circles will display which question the student is on. Once all questions are answered, students will be able to click Submit Quiz.

After a student turns in the quiz, the system will process it, and the student will be able to see which answers were correct or incorrect. The correct ones will be highlighted green; an incorrect answer will be highlighted red. Students select Return when they are done.

If the student has a Benchmark test ready to take, the student will see a Continue to Benchmark button instead of a Return button, and the Benchmark will start after the quiz. (This does not apply if your license does not include Benchmark tests.)

To find out how your students are doing on book quizzes, see the Quizzes Report.