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Impact of media on literacy - Remember to use Close Captioning and Open Subtitling

Impact of media on literacy - Remember to use Close Captioning and Open Subtitling

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCI9UIB1Mi0&feature=related 1) Same-Language-Subtitling - can significantly impact literacy and reading growth - especially in context of high interest media. Add this captioning format to music video and there would be a direct rise in student reading scores. 2) Creating Dynamically Subtitled media: students (and teachers) can make their own media products - this is also a highly engaging, literacy rich activity for students on any level. Research: http://www.planetread.org/index.php http://sls4reading.com

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