Tech Research Brief: Captioning to Support Literacy

Author: 
Center for Technology Implementation
Year: 
2010

The use of captioned or subtitled media can be a great tool for teachers looking to differentiate classroom instruction. Consider using captioned or subtitled media whenever and wherever you use video in your teaching; turning on captions during class has considerable benefits for boosting the literacy skills of all students, especially those with print disabilities or ELLs.
 

Type: 
Article
Common Core State Standards: 
Foundational Skills
Instructional Strategies: 
Fluency
Context Clues
Word Analysis

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