If you can't read it then audio read it
Audiobooks are a very popular reading medium for adults. Their use with children as a means of supporting reading has not yet really been investigated to any great extent. Gillie Byrom here describes her study into the use of audiobooks with struggling readers and suggests there is certainly a great deal of potential in these alternative texts.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: July 1, 1998