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Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
Reciprocal presentation for classroom use
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Reciprocal presentation for classroom use

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Reciprocal presentation for classroom use

Reciprocal presentation for classroom use

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  1. Reciprocal Teaching: You will find this interesting!• By Definition, Reciprocal Teaching is an instructional method that involves guided practice of reading comprehension using four concrete steps• The job of the teacher is to provide modeling, scaffolding, feedback, and cooperate in making efforts of understanding the material that is being taught.
  2. There are five stages to this teachingstrategies. They are:• Questioning• Clarification• Summarization• Prediction• Visualization

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