Reciprocal Teaching NCRA 2013

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Reciprocal Teaching presentation for the North Carolina Reading Association Conference by Kristen Borge, Kimberley Gilbert, Jennifer Jones, Elizabeth Swaggerty, and Ruby Timberlake. Website: …

Reciprocal Teaching presentation for the North Carolina Reading Association Conference by Kristen Borge, Kimberley Gilbert, Jennifer Jones, Elizabeth Swaggerty, and Ruby Timberlake. Website: http://tinyurl.com/reciprocalteaching

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  • Reading comprehension – the most important part of reading, right? What is reading if we aren’t making meaning? You’re all here because you want to learn more about comprehension and that’s what we’ll do today. We’ll focus on reciprocal teaching as one way to help kids understand text. Whether RT is totally new to you or you’re looking to learn more about this strategy that you’ve tried, we are hoping you’ll learn from this presentation. Our presenters are all associated with ECU – I am a prof and my co-presenters are current or former students in the MAEd READ program. They are currently teaching at various levels in various counties. [each will briefly introduce herself/position/county].
  • Like Smarties, RTis a classic…it’s been around for almost 30 years (originally palinscar and brown in the mid eighties) and has a proven track record with various populations and grade levels. 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 sense
  • It is characterized by three main components: TEXT, THINKING ABOUT TEXT (comprehension), and TALKING ABOUT TEXT. It is an instructional activity that involves dialogue between teachers and students about segments/chunks of text. The dialogue is structured by the use of four strategies: summarizing, question generating, clarifying, and predicting. The teacher and students take turns assuming the role of teacher in leading this dialogue. The goal is to bring meaning to the text and to support the notion that readers monitor their understanding of text they read and to gradually release responsibility until students can lead discussions.
  • HOWEVER, RT is-not saying go read and write questions, go read and predict-share example about literature circles(Non example-what reciprocal teaching isn’t)
  • Reciprocal teaching gives students a structure to develop and share thinking using four reading strategies gradual release of responsibility.
  • 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
  • Dig Deep with QUESTIONING
  • 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)
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  • Sample of a questioning assessment created using Google Docs.
  • How do in your head questions generate higher level thinking?
  • The Fab Four: Paula the Predictor,Queen the Questioner,Suzanne the Summarizer,Grandma Clara
  • http://www.edmodo.com/
  • Reciprocal Teaching in Genres: Drama and Poetryhttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1Q8pa4pFJa8rfD1XeIse6QvJLfz3AZYZwamoVlOegdDc/edithttps://docs.google.com/document/d/1_YCEizuKgf98v7ViKq4-YYO7ACo9BzUevUcBep2LwEc/edit
  • RT is a structure that involves dialogue between teachers and students about segments/chunks of text. The dialogue is structured by the use of four strategies: summarizing, question generating, clarifying, and predicting. The teacher and students take turns assuming the role of teacher in leading this dialogue. The goal is to bring meaning to the text and to support the notion that readers monitor their understanding of text they read and to gradually release responsibility until students can lead discussions. Eventually, students will use strategies simultaneously. Remember, RT is characterized by three main components: TEXT, THINKING ABOUT TEXT (comprehension), and TALKING ABOUT TEXT. Students at ALL grade levels can do it with your help.

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  • 1. Reciprocal Teaching 101: You Can Teach It, They Can Learn It! 44th Annual North Carolina Reading Association March 12, 2013 Kristen Borge, Kimberley Gilbert, Jennifer Jones, Elizabeth Swaggerty, Ruby Timberlake
  • 2. Set the stage flickr by roujo
  • 3. Summarizing Question GeneratingClarifying Predicting
  • 4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/tuxstorm/3396435961/
  • 5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/43220336@N03/4117137238/sizes/m/in/photostream/
  • 6. Dive Into Text (complexity)http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexkrengel/5321685710/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  • 7. 1 Questioning Jennifer Jones
  • 8. Am I a Frog Yet?http://images2.pics4learning.com/catalog/2/2005_06_19treefrog023.jpg
  • 9. Use language from the story in your questions.openphoto.net 20702.openphoto.net by Adrian van Leen
  • 10. Right There Questionshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/nimart_example_ad/3473867081/
  • 11. Think and Search Questionshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/ruralsprawl/4294457566/
  • 12. Author and Youhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/rapt_in_roses/3512942080/
  • 13. O n Y o u r O whttp://www.flickr.com/photos/jakecaptive/3205277810/
  • 14. Sort Your Questions
  • 15. Which do you have more of?http://www.flickr.com/photos/49519894@N05/5013446920/
  • 16. 5 W Hand by John-Morgan at Flickr
  • 17. Check YourUnderstandi ng
  • 18. Higher Level Thinkinghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/judybaxter/115424637/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  • 19. 2 Primary Readers Ruby Timberlake
  • 20. PowerfulPredictions
  • 21. Predictions Warm up the Brain.Photo retrieved from photobucket.com
  • 22. Photo by Valerie EverettPredictionsCreate a Focus.
  • 23. Photo retrieved from photo bucket.com
  • 24. Phases of Instruction for Primary Grades
  • 25. ReferencesBrain Image [Photograph]. Retrieved Jan. 21, 2013, from http://photobucket.comCumulonimbus Cloud [Photograph]. Retrieved Feb. 1, 2013, from: http://eo.ucar.edu/webweatherEverett, V. (Photographer) The Seeing Eye [Photograph], Retrieved Jan. 21, 2013, from: http:/flickr.com/photos/Hashey, J. M., & Connors, D. J. (2003). Learn from our journey: Reciprocal teaching action research. The Reading Teaching, 57(3), 224-232Oczkus, L. D. (2010). Reciprocal teaching at work: Powerful strategies and lessons for improving reading comprehension. (2nd ed.). Newark, DE: International Reading Association.Pilonieta, P., & Medina, A. L. (2009). Reciprocal teaching for the primary grades: We can do it, too. The Reading Teacher, 63(2), 120-129.Spider Web Image [Photograph} Retrieved Jan. 21, 2013, from: http://photobucket’comSticklin, K. (2011). Hands-on reciprocal teaching: A comprehension technique. The Reading Teacher, 64(8), 620-625. doi:10.1598/RT.64.8.8.
  • 26. Intermediate Readers Kimberley Gilbert3
  • 27. The FAB FOURPaula the Predictor, Queen the Questioner, Suzanne the Summarizer, Grandma Clara https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=yi8ghpa-nQQ
  • 28. Phase I: Guided ReadingImage url: http://projects.coe.uga.edu/epltt/images/9/9c/Reci_5.jpg
  • 29. Phase 2: Literature Discussions
  • 30. Phase 3: Go Digital
  • 31. Genre-Specific
  • 32. Older Readers Kristen Borge4
  • 33. Letting go of the reins http://www.flickr.com/photos/youpidou/167880806/
  • 34. MONITOR, GUIDE, ENCOURAGE http://www.flickr.com/photos/jezza_s/186935258/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  • 35. http://www.flickr.com/photos/cybrarian77/6284697172/
  • 36. http://www.flickr.com/photos/audiolucistore/7403731050/sizes/l/in/photostream/
  • 37. “Reciprocal dialogue… is based on the premise that group participation and dialogue aids learning as well as promoting conceptual change.” -Kylie Meyerhttp://farm6.staticflickr.com/5066/5549756469_35f91ae4b4_b.jpg
  • 38. Student Feedback
  • 39. Wrap Up
  • 40. Website:http://tinyurl.com/reciprocalteaching Powerpoint:http://www.slideshare.net/drswagge rty/reciprocal-teaching-ncra-2013
  • 41. Image url: http://ametia.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/thank-you.png