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Non example-what reciprocal teaching isn’t-not saying go read and write questions, go read and predict-share example about literature circles
Reciprocal teaching gives students a structure to develop and share thinking using four reading strategies and gradual release of responsibility
RATIONALE – -tell what reciprocal teachingThis strategy is a classic…it’s been around for at least 20 years and has a proven track record. It’s an Oldie but Goodie because it’s:1-easy to implement2-free3-not a program4-uses words and language that kids understand5-makes sense6-it’s a scaffolded structure somewhere between guided reading and literature circles.
We’ve all had students who have difficulty interacting with the text as they read which hurts their ability to retell and comprehend the story. Reciprocal teaching is a strategy to get students to “dive” into the text. It encourages the use of reading strategies with small chunks of text.
Week by week guide to reciprocal teaching
Read the passage “Am I a Frog Yet?”
Questions to begin with Who? What? Why? Where? When?...I wonder questions don’t facilitate discussions well….(example)
How do in your head questions generate higher level thinking?
Sample of a questioning assessment created using Google Docs.
Make analogy to “muddy water”
You never know what might be hiding in those muddy waters!
British Museum Library Reading Room
Often when a word is unknown, you can replace it with a word you “think” might make the sentence make sense using context clues. For example, In this sentence,