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## Reciprocal Teaching

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**Reciprocal Teaching**• Palincsar • Palincsar, A. S. and Brown, A., (1984) Reciprocal teaching of comprehension-fostering and comprehension-monitoring activities. Cognition and Instruction, 1984, I (2) 117-175 • NZAMT 2011 • Yvonne Reilly, Jodie Parsons and Elizabeth BortolotSunshine College, Victoria. • ESOL Online • http://esolonline.tki.org.nz/ESOL-Online/Teacher-needs/Pedagogy/ESOL-teaching-strategies/Oral-language/Teaching-approaches-and-strategies/Reading/Co-operative-reading-Reciprocal-teaching**Reciprocal Teaching**• Reciprocal teaching is a strategy used to help students develop a better understanding of what is presented in any given text. • It encourages interactive dialogue or discussion between teacher and learners. • A benefit of reciprocal teaching includes helping students to decipher text. • The developmental stages and ages of students determine the role that the teacher plays in modelling the strategy or actively facilitating the interactive dialogue or discussion.**The Four Principles of Reciprocal Teaching**• PredictingStudents discuss the text and make predictions. Students attempt to make connections to what they already know. • ClarifyingAny concepts or vocabulary that are difficult to understand are discussed. Attempts are made to clarify the concepts or words. • Question Generating [Solving]After reading and summarizing the selection in the text, questions are formulated related to the information. • SummarizingStudents explain what they have read from a text. Students summarize and highlight the important information in the text.**The Four Principles of Reciprocal Teaching**• PredictingI think … I predict … My guess is that …This reminds me of … I remember a similar problem was… • Clarifying • Is there anything that isn’t clear or that is confusing? Are there any tricky words? Does anyone know the meaning of …? How could we check what ….means? • Question Generating [Solving] • I wonder what would happen if ……I wonder if … • Summarizing • I really like the way …Another point that could have been made is … Another question could have been …As a group, we could improve …**Reciprocal Teaching**http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/qualifications/ncea/subjects/mathematics/levels/**Reciprocal Teaching**You have a rectangle with a perimeter of 10 blirts and area 4 square blirts. When measured in gorks the perimeter of the rectangle is numerically equal to its area in square gorks. How many gorks in 1 blirt? http://balancedassessment.concord.org/**Reciprocal Teaching**http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/qualifications-standards/qualifications/ncea/subjects/mathematics/levels/**Reciprocal Teaching**Last weekend Mrs Jenkins shared $25 with her five children.She gave her first child $1 plus 1/6 of the money remaining.She gave her second child $2 plus 1/6 of the money remaining.She gave her third child $3 plus 1/6 of the money remaining, and so on...Work out how much each child received. Could she do this with 9 children? http://nrich.maths.org/**Reciprocal Teaching F'arc'tions**At the corner of the cube, vertex A, circular arcs are drawn as shown. What fraction of the surface area of the cube is shaded? http://nrich.maths.org/