Multimodal Instruction Targeting Diversity and the Ways in Which Students Learn
Johnson, Billie Jo M.
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Multimodal instruction for literacy comes in many forms. This study focused on digital print, children’s picture books, YouTube presentations of children’s picture books, films, and novels. Twenty-one students between the ages 11 and 12 participated in this action research studyStudents were provided multimodal instruction addressing issues of diversity as well as verbal and written literature response activities to support learning throughout the research time period. Findings indicate that students perceived the audio accompanied lessons to be the most effective means of multimodal instruction. These findings showed that the addition of audio enhanced the overall learning experience.