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  • What Is Reciprocal Teaching?The creation of Palinscar and Brown, ReciprocalTeaching is in some ways a compilation of fourcomprehension strategies:• summarizing• questioning• clarifying• predicting
  • Four Foundations• Think-Alouds• Cooperative Learning• Scaffolding• Metacognition
  • Before you can expect reciprocal teaching to be used successfully by your students…..Model the four foundationsModel how to use four strategiesPractice the four strategies
  • Your job• As you watch the early elementary whole- class session, look for and record examples of the following:The Four Strategies:• Predicting• Questioning• Clarifying• Summarizing
  • Whole group-early elementary reciprocal teaching http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J m4mSVXDCjE&feature=related
  • Discussion and Examples• Predicting• Questioning• Clarifying• Summarizing
  • Donna Dyer of the North West Regional EducationService Agency in North Carolina recommends. Heres one way she suggests you use reciprocal teaching: 1. Put students in groups of four. 2. Distribute one notecard to each member ofthe group identifying each persons unique role. summarizer questioner clarifier predictor
  • 3. All students read and take notes.Have students read a few paragraphs of theassigned text selection. Encourage them to usenote-taking strategies such as selectiveunderlining or sticky-notes to help them betterprepare for their role in the discussion.
  • 4. Stopping pointAt the given stopping point, the Summarizer willhighlight the key ideas up to this point in thereading.
  • 5. QuestionerQuestioner will then pose questions about theselection:• The unclear parts• puzzling information• connections to other concepts already learned• motivations of the agents or actors or characters• etc.
  • 6. Clarifier• addresses confusing parts and attempts to answer the questions that were just posed.
  • 7. The Predictoroffers guesses about what the author will tellthe group next or, if its a literary selection, thepredictor might suggest what the next events inthe story will be.
  • 8. Switch RolesSwitch one person to the right, and the nextselection is read. Students repeat the processusing their new roles. This continues until theentire selection is read.
  • As you watch the fifth grade lesson, look for and record examples of the following:The Four Strategies: The Four Foundations:• Predicting • Think-Alouds• Questioning • Cooperative Learning• Clarifying • Scaffolding• Summarizing • Metacognition
  • Fifth Grade Reciprocal Teaching• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTB2UNW cs3k&feature=related
  • Discussion and ExamplesFoundations Strategies• Think-Alouds • Predicting• Cooperative Learning • Questioning• Scaffolding • Clarifying• Metacognition • Summarizing