4-H project manuals play an integral part in a youth's ability to achieve mastery in a specific project area. For youth who struggle with reading, written 4-H materials prove inadequate in addressing the needs of the learner. This article proposes a new delivery method of 4-H educational material designed to create a more inclusive and accessible environment for youth in need of literacy support. Materials created in an audio format give youth the opportunity to hear, understand, and follow along with written material, ultimately enhancing the learning process.
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Green, J. W. (2012). Text to Speech: A 4-H Model of Accessibility and Inclusion. The Journal of Extension, 50(1), Article 16. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss1/16