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Reciprocal Teaching Bookmarks

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 Bookmarks

  1. 1. Predicting 1st Preview the text. 2nd Think of any prior knowledge you may know that is related to the text. 3rd Make some logical predictions based: the title, headings, pictures, clues in the text, etc. Strategy Frames: -I think _________ because ___________. -I’ll bet _________ because ___________. -I think I will learn _______because __________. -I predict _________because ___________. QUESTIONING Ask questions based on the text. I wonder… Who is _____? What is/does _______? When is ________? Where is ________? Why is _____ significant? Why does _______ happen? What are the parts of _____? How is ____ an example of _____? How do ____ and ____ compare? How does ____ happen? What is most important to _____? What is your opinion of _____? Predicting 1st Preview the text. 2nd Think of any prior knowledge you may know that is related to the text. 3rd Make some logical predictions based: the title, headings, pictures, clues in the text, etc. Strategy Frames: -I think _________ because ___________. -I’ll bet _________ because ___________. -I think I will learn _______because __________. -I predict _________because ___________. QUESTIONING Ask questions based on the text. I wonder… Who is _____? What is/does _______? When is ________? Where is ________? Why is _____ significant? Why does _______ happen? What are the parts of _____? How is ____ an example of _____? How do ____ and ____ compare? How does ____ happen? What is most important to _____? What is your opinion of _____?
  2. 2. CLARIFYING 1st As you are reading, identify: -difficult words -confusing text 2nd Use a fix up strategy: -sound the word out -use context clues -reread -ask a friend Sentence starters I didn’t understand the part ______, so I _____. I couldn’t figure out ______, so I _______. SUMMARIZING 1st Look for the 5 W’s 2nd Create a central idea 3rd Include the author’s purpose 4th Leave out unnecessary details Strategy Frames The author is trying to tell me… A key event is when… This part is about… CLARIFYING 1st As you are reading, identify: -difficult words -confusing text 2nd Use a fix up strategy: -sound the word out -use context clues -reread -ask a friend Sentence starters I didn’t understand the part ______, so I _____. I couldn’t figure out ______, so I _______. SUMMARIZING 1st Look for the 5 W’s 2nd Create a central idea 3rd Include the author’s purpose 4th Leave out unnecessary details Strategy Frames The author is trying to tell me… A key event is when… This part is about…

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