Translate and Relevel :

Reading in a language of your choice, whether it’s your first language or a language that you want to master, is a choice every child must get. On StoryWeaver, we get you the power to do that. If you have liked a story but it is not available across a language you are skilled at, contribute to the pool by translating it that language. Not only will this ensure we have more number of language versions of a book, it will give the child a wider range of books to read in a particular language.

Translating could not have been easier :

  1. Select a story you would want to translate.
  2. Select the ‘Tanslate’ option at the bottom panel of the story.
  3. This takes you to the ‘translate’ page where you can pick up the language you would want to translate it in.
  4. The original text appears on the story page as a reference for you while you are translating.
  5. Once you finish, input the ‘new title’ and your details as a translator and publish.
Browse to pick up a story to translate now.

How to translate a story on StoryWeaver

Ever read a story that you loved but wished it could be made a little easier so that the younger ones could understand? Or a story that was too cute for the older ones but had a great storyline which you wished the older ones would read?

Well, your wish has been answered here.

Keeping the story-line intact, you can increase or decrease the complexity of the story to suit the reading level of the child. A few guidelines to increase or decrease the complexity level could be:

  1. Number of words in a story. Less words for lower reading level vs more words for a higher reading level.
  2. Vocabulary. One can use simple or complex words as per the requirement.
  3. Sentence length. Shorter and simple sentences work better for a lower level while sentences which are longer, or compound sentences can be used while increasing the complexity of a story.
  4. Bigger fonts, more pictures work better for a younger reading level while an older reading level could have smaller fonts and maybe less pictures.
  5. Take a look at some of the original work which was re-levelled.
Browse to choose a story to re-level now!