Group Reciprocal Teaching Chart

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Published on March 15, 2014

Author: ncmsa

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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.

Adapted from Reciprocal Teaching at Work by Lori D. Oczkus, 2010 Group Members:___________________________________________________ Date:___________________ Group Reciprocal Teaching Chart Title:_______________________________ Predict: After sharing predictions, record how many predictions were correct and how many were incorrect. Correct Predictions: _______ Incorrect Predictions: ________ Question: Using your strategy frames, record the 3 most interesting questions your group discussed and your notes from the highlights of the discussion. 1. In paragraph number _____, _________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ __________________________________________? Discussion Notes:    2. In paragraph number _____, _________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ __________________________________________? Discussion Notes:    3. In paragraph number _____, _________________ ___________________________________________ ___________________________________________ __________________________________________? Discussion Notes:    Clarify Words: 1. Paragraph______Word_______________________ How did you figure it out? In this text, what does it mean? 2. Paragraph______Word_______________________ How did you figure it out? In this text, what does it mean? Clarify Sentences, Phrases or Ideas: Paragraph _______ How did you figure it out? In this text, what does it mean? Paragraph _______ How did you figure it out? In this text, what does it mean? Summarize (In 3 sentences, record your group’s new, synthesized summary for the text.): In ___________________________________, the author ___________________ the reader about…

Adapted from Reciprocal Teaching at Work by Lori D. Oczkus, 2010

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