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Reciprocal Teaching Fiction Foldable

Do you have English language learners, exceptional children, or gifted students in your classroom? Are you looking for a strategy to meet the needs of all readers? Are you looking to increase rigor? Join us as we examine Reciprocal Teaching, a collaborative strategy designed to challenge and support all readers.

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Reciprocal Teaching Fiction Foldable

  1. 1. Fiction Clarifying Fiction Predicting Fiction Questioning Fiction Summarizing Adapted from Reciprocal Teaching At Work by Lori D. Oczkus, 2010
  2. 2. Strategy Frame I didn’t understand the part ____, so I_____. I couldn’t figure out _____, so I ________ Strategy Frames  I think _____ because_______.  I’ll bet______ because_______.  I wonder if______ because_____.  I predict __________ because _______.  I imagine ______ because ______. Fiction: Predicting  Preview the front and back co- vers, illustrations, and chapter title before reading.  Stop to predict during reading. Predict what is likely to happen next based on clues from the text or illustrations.  Use what you know (from text and prior knowledge).  Continue to make logical predic- tions based on clues from the text. Fiction: Questioning  Ask questions that are based on the text (that is, the answers are in the text).  Ask questions that are based on the central idea of the reading.  Ask some detail-oriented ques- tions.  Ask questions based on element of fiction (character, setting, conflict, plot, theme, etc..)  Ask some inferential questions (that is, questions that are not directly answered in the text). Fiction: Clarifying  Identify words that are difficult.  Express confusion with specific parts of the text, such as ideas or events, that are difficult to under- stand.  Tell which fix-up strategies you used for clarifying words or ideas. Strategy Frames  The story takes place ….  The main characters are…  A problem occurs when…  This part is about…  This book is about… Strategy Fames I wonder  Who  What  When  Where  Why  How What if… Why do you think... Fiction: Summarizing Summary for whole text:  Retell the story in your own words and include setting, character, conflict, key events, and resolu- tion. OR Summary for chapter or section:  Give only key points in a one or two sentence summary.  Summarize in a logical order.  Skim to remember main ideas. Word strategies Text strategies  divided and conquered  sounded out word  used context clues  used a dictionary  asked a friend  reread  read ahead  thought about what I already know  looked at the sentence structure  used context clues  asked a friend