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This paper reports the findings from a small-scale exploratory study that investigated how moving-image narratives might enable children to develop transferable reading comprehension strategies. Using short, animated, narrative films, 28 primary-aged children engaged in a 10-week programme that included the explicit instruction of comprehension strategies in small group settings. Baseline and final data relating to children's reading accuracy, rate and comprehension of written texts weredoi:10.1080/0305764x.2014.998625 fatcat:ffdx7jdzk5cybivg7ffni7cob4