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"Reelizing" the Full Potential of Captioning Educational Films for the Deaf Through Lesson Guide Utilization

Written by Lester Graham, B.A., M.S., and Garry J. Loysen, M.S., in the early eighties, this paper affirms that while films have been and will continue to be the most visible and sought after facet of the Captioned Films for the Deaf program, another facet of the program is of equal importance: the lesson guides. Notes that the purpose of each lesson guide is to give the user insight into the message, content, purposes, and applications of each film in the collection. Reviews the origination of these lesson guides and suggests how media specialists can promote their use.

Tags: history, dcmp

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