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Reading is dreaming with

open eyes

By Mayra Cruz and Karina Mendoza

Talking Books
Talking Books are recorded materials most often books or magazines
in audio formats.
A variety of materials, such as:

Popular books and best sellers,

Magazines,

Scholarly literature,

Instructional texts,

Musical scores,

Other specialized materials for adults and children is available as


Talking Books.

Video!

As They See It: Technology for Students with


Learning Disabilities (with Audio Description)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gT1mtB5-UVs

Reading Practice

In the use of language teaching it is useful to


practice pronunciation and model some phonetics
sound.

Examples: Peter Pan


http://
www.loyalbooks.com/book/peter-pan-by-j-m-barrie
https://www.storyjumper.com/book/index/8152972/Ab
raham-Lincoln
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Apps
http://www.secretbuilders.com/home.html

Ida Lewis

Lets

read in a fun way!

Digital Game-based Learning


(DGBL)

Video!
https://
www.youtube.com/watch?
v=0mbdhEx7XqM

EDUGAMING

ON LINE GAMES

GRAPHICS

CARTOON

PUZZLE

WORDS AND PICTURES MATCHING

EDUGAMING

FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS

KEY COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS

FOCUS ATTENTION

CAPACITY TO PROMOTE PROBLEM-SOLVING

VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT

INTERNALISE CHUNKS OF LANGUAGE

GAME AT HOME (INDEPENDENT PRODUCER)

INTERACTIVE FICTION

STORYTELLING

BECOMING THE MAIN PROTAGONIST

REPORTER

PRE-READING TASKS

INTRODUCE VOCABULARY

LEARNING AND REASONING

DEVELOP ORAL SKILLS

DEVELOPMENT OF COMPREHENSION

Now we can have fun with


reading!