The Effects of Captioned Television Videotapes on the Listening Comprehension of Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced ESL Students
Educational Technology Volume 29, Number 10, ISSN 0013-1962
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)
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.
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Carla Meskill, University at Albany, United States
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