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How We Read NowStrategic Choices for Print, Screen, and Audio$
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Naomi S. Baron

Print publication date: 2021

Print ISBN-13: 9780190084097

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2021

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190084097.001.0001

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Strategies for Effective Reading with Audio (and Video)

Strategies for Effective Reading with Audio (and Video)

(p.186) Chapter 8 Strategies for Effective Reading with Audio (and Video)
How We Read Now

Naomi S. Baron

Oxford University Press

Chapter 8 draws upon what we learned about audio and video in Chapter 7 to explore strategies for using these materials in learning contexts. As with Chapter 6’s discussion of strategies for effective reading onscreen, we begin by talking about reading goals and who the reader is, along with application of print strategies, here to audio learning. After brief suggestions for use of audio by young children, the chapter focuses on audio and video strategies for school-age readers. Regarding solo audio, we identify tools for helping listeners focus on what they are hearing. For audio + text, we consider how general readers might benefit from the technique. The video discussion stresses the importance of being realistic about learning goals, as well as pointing out strategies for focusing the mind when viewing. The chapter closes with comments on the value of video annotation tools for enhancing learning.

Keywords:   annotation, audio + text, goals, mindset, school-age readers, secondary orality, solo audio, video, video shallowing, young children

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