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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,
  • *see example
  • *see exampleStitches: adhesivesWrapping paper: scotch tape
  • *see example
  • Summarizing
  • *see example: bulleted list of main ideas
  • Creating a “gist” statement
  • predicting
  • *see example
  • Use RT to help your students get deeper into the text.
  • When up and running, your students will be using multiple strategies simultaneously.

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  • Reciprocal Teaching:
    Teaching Students to Take the Lead
    North Carolina Reading Conference
    March 15, 2011
    Jennifer Jones
    Dawn Reynolds
    Lake Myra Elementary, WCPSS
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  • Reciprocal Teaching
    In Action
  • Oldie but Goodie
  • 1
  • Am I a Frog Yet?
  • W
    Hand by John-Morgan at Flickr
  • Use language from the story in your questions.
    What did Rory learn on the second day of camp?
    Who is Tim? by Adrian van Leen
  • Right There Questions
  • Think and Search Questions
  • Author and You
  • On Your Own
  • Sort Your Questions
  • Which do you have more of?
  • Higher Level Thinking
  • 2
  • READ
    Read All Around It
  • Make a Substitution
    Splenda & Equal by Bukowsky18 at Flickr
  • lickety-split
  • Search
  • Stitches : Adhesives ::
    Wrapping Paper : Scotch Tape
  • Study
  • “On Foot”
  • Summarizing
  • Get to the POINT!
  • Short
  • _____ _____ _____ _____ _____
    1 2 3 4 5
    _____ _____ _____ _____ _____
    6 7 8 9 10
    The GIST
  • Predicting
  • What’s coming around the bend?
  • Clues.
    “I think…”
  • Jennifer Jones
    K-2 IRT &
    RTI Coordinator
    Lake Myra Elementary
    Wake County Schools
    Thank You!
    Dawn Reynolds
    2nd Grade Teacher
    Lake Myra Elementary
    Wake County Schools