Reciprocal Teaching Freebie from  Teacher Inspired  http://teacherinspired.blogspot.com/p/freebies.html   Adapted from the work of Lori Oczkus author of Reciprocal Teaching at Work. ( IRA, 2010)

Reciprocal Teaching Freebie from Teacher Inspired http://teacherinspired.blogspot.com/p/freebies.html Adapted from the work of Lori Oczkus author of Reciprocal Teaching at Work. ( IRA, 2010)

reciprocal teaching After teaching reading for many years and trying to teach children good skills to analyse and understand the text, I was delighted to find the specific strategies of Reciprocal Teaching. Obviously,...

reciprocal teaching After teaching reading for many years and trying to teach children good skills to analyse and understand the text, I was delighted to find the specific strategies of Reciprocal Teaching. Obviously,...

Each card states the child's role in the reciprocal reading group and provides prompts and suggestions for sentence starters as well as strategies they can...

Each card states the child's role in the reciprocal reading group and provides prompts and suggestions for sentence starters as well as strategies they can...

Four-Star Reading Responses - Use an anchor chart to show students the difference between a 1-star response and a 4-star response!

Four-Star Reading Responses - Use an anchor chart to show students the difference between a 1-star response and a 4-star response!

2/3 of the reciprocal teaching process which includes before, during, and after reading process steps for predictions, questions, clarifying, and summ

2/3 of the reciprocal teaching process which includes before, during, and after reading process steps for predictions, questions, clarifying, and summ

These are great for independent reading. It helps remind students  of their roles in the reciprocal teaching process. Reciprocal teaching refers to an instructional activity in which students become the teacher in small group reading sessions. Teachers model, then help students learn to guide group discussions using four strategies: summarising, question generating, clarifying, and predicting.

These are great for independent reading. It helps remind students of their roles in the reciprocal teaching process. Reciprocal teaching refers to an instructional activity in which students become the teacher in small group reading sessions. Teachers model, then help students learn to guide group discussions using four strategies: summarising, question generating, clarifying, and predicting.

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