Quick View: Captioning

Author: 
Center for Technology Implementation
Year: 
2013

Captions can provide struggling readers with additional print exposure, improving foundational reading skills. In a typical classroom, a teacher may find many students who are struggling readers, whether they are beginning readers, students with language-based learning disabilities, or English language learners (ELLs). One motivating, engaging, and inexpensive way to help build the foundational reading skills of students is through the use of closed-captioned and subtitled television shows and movies. View this short video for an overview of how you can use captions with your students. 

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Type: 
Quick View
Common Core State Standards: 
Foundational Skills
Instructional Strategies: 
Fluency
Context Clues
Word Analysis
Visualizing
Supporting Struggling Students: 
Assistive Technology
Differentiation
Universal Design for Learning

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