Compound and Irregular Rhythms Theory Things   William Wieland
Read Simple and Compound Meter and Odd Meter. (musictheory.net) To practice reading, change the beat at Chapter 1.

If the beat is the eighth note:
Sixteenth Note:   ( beat)
Eighth Note:   (1 beat)
Dotted Eighth Note:   (1 beats)  (a dot adds the original value)
Quarter Note:   (2 beats)
Dotted Quarter Note:   (3 beats)  (a dot adds the original value)
Half Note:   (4 beats)
Sixteenth Rest:   ( beat of rest)
Eighth Rest:   (1 beat of rest)
 
 
Quarter Rest:   (2 beats of rest)
 
 
Half Rest:   (4 beats of rest)

If the beat is the half note:
Eighth Note:   ( beat)
Quarter Note:   ( beat)
Dotted Quarter Note:   ( beat)  (a dot adds the original value)
Half Note:   (1 beat)
Dotted Half Note:   (1 beats)  (a dot adds the original value)
Whole Note: 
 
  (2 beats)
Eighth Rest:   ( beat of rest)
Quarter Rest:   ( beat of rest)
 
 
Half Rest:   (1 beat of rest)