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Reciprocal Teaching / Reciprocal Reading Cards. Reciprocal Teaching - Reciprocal Reading - a collection of free printable prompt cards to aid you in implementing this powerful comprehension strategy in your classroom.

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Reciprocal Teaching (also known as Reciprocal Reading) is a powerful comprehension strategy. The cornerstone of the strategy is that groups of students are guided through the steps in comprehending an information text rather than 'seeking and finding' answers. 


Leader: Read the next topic sentence or sub-heading and, based on that, predict what you think the next paragraph will be about. 

Group: “My prediction is that the rest of the paragraph will be about …” 
“Based on the topic sentence, I think the paragraph will be about … “

Leader: “ Can you read the next paragraph for us please (name)?”                  

                             or

(name) can you read up to ………...”

 With each new  leader  the group alternate between reading...

  • silently
  • to a partner
  • to the group
  • in unison

Leader: “ What aspects of this paragraph do you need to clarify?”  (make clear) 

Group Members: 

“I’d like to know what the word …….... means?”
“Where is ……………………..located?”
“How is this word pronounced?”

Leader: “ In order to check if someone has fully understood this passage, what questions could you ask them? ” 

Group Members:

What…?  Why…? When…? Which...? Where...? Who…? How... ? 
(Then the whole group answer the questions)

 


Leader

(name) would you please say / write a sentence or two to summarise this passage.” 
“ State the main points of this paragraph please (name)” 
“ What are the most important facts / pieces of information in this paragraph (name)

Leader

(name) would you please say / write a sentence or two to summarize this passage.”
“ State the main points of this paragraph please (name)
“ What are the most important facts / pieces of information in this paragraph (name) ?”

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Reciprocal Teaching (Reciprocal Reading) Strategy - A collection of printable teaching cards to help you implement this strategy in your classroom.

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