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Closed Captioning Helps Build Literacy Skills

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One motivating, engaging, and inexpensive way to help build the foundational reading skills of children is through the use of closed-captioned and subtitled television shows and movies. These supports can help boost foundational reading skills, such as phonics, word recognition, and fluency.

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