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The use of captioning for movies and television programs may not be sufficient for some deaf and hard of hearing children because Check all that apply.



A. The students may not be able to read at the level or pace of the program.
B. Even though watching the TV and reading the captioning are equal to listening and watching the TV, the deaf students eyes will tire more rapidly.
C. Children who are deaf or hard of hearing may lack the written vocabulary necessary to understand the captioning.
D. Watching the captioning and the movie can be more difficult than listening and watching the movie.

This question is part of Educational Interpreters: EIPA Written Pre-test
Asked by Korry_cross, Last updated: Sep 24, 2019

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korry_cross

Korry_cross

Answered on Aug 08, 2018

The students may not be able to read at the level or pace of the program.
Children who are deaf or hard of hearing may lack the written vocabulary necessary to understand the captioning.
Watching the captioning and the movie can be more difficult than listening and watching the movie.
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