This project is a method for recording a podcast of the text of a social studies lesson. The method includes an adaptation of the SCROL study strategy to scaffold learning by teaching the organization of text. The method was developed to give teachers a systematic guide to use podcasts as an accommodation for students who are not able to read social studies texts at their grade level. Podcasting is a twenty-first century technology that can be utilized to grant auditory access to curriculum. Auditory texts allow a student to use their listening comprehension. This project is also an example of instruction that uses the Universal Design for Learning. A pilot single case research study was conducted to field-test the podcast method. The results showed that this method of recording and using a podcast can increase the comprehension scores of grade level social studies texts for students who have a history of difficulty with reading and understanding these texts.