Tuesday, October 11, 2016
Closed Captioning is proven to improve the reading abilities of students. Captioning is one way you can provide struggling readers with additional print exposure which is proven to help improve foundational reading skills.
The use of closed captioned television shows and movies is one way in which we can motivate and engage our students to help build and improve phonics, word recognition, and fluency. Closed Captioning is a function of almost every television found in homes across the United States. Closed Captioning, or subtitles, is also a feature required for all educational videos to be considered Accessible for all learners.
“By watching closed-captioned television, students consistently score higher on written tests than students in any other group.”
Posted by Kendra Wilson at 8:00 AM
Labels: Accessibility, Reading
Location: Ypsilanti, MI 48198, USA
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