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The Effects of Captioned Television Videotapes on the Listening Comprehension of Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced ESL Students
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Educational Technology Volume 29, Number 10, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

Describes study that was conducted to determine the effects of captioned television videotapes on the listening comprehension of university students studying English as a Second Language (ESL). Results indicate substantial comprehension benefits for beginning, intermediate, and advanced students who view videotaped television material with captions. (15 references) (LRW)

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Markham, P.L. (1989). The Effects of Captioned Television Videotapes on the Listening Comprehension of Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced ESL Students. Educational Technology, 29(10), 38-41. Retrieved August 19, 2019 from .

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