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    Reading Anchor Charts

  • Justine Hill

    Reciprocal Teaching Anchor Charts... Good for my kids to use with their Reading Responses!

  • Sarah Crow

    Reciprocal Reading Strategy by Zak Konyha Student Text Interaction Can be used in any situation where students interact with non-fiction as well as fiction text and helps students understand that information from both text and knowledge based experiences is important to consider. The purpose is to make group effort between teacher and students to bring meaning to the text to understand its purpose. There are four strategies used Summarizing, questioning, clarifying and predicting. Brings meaning, comprehension of the text, uses deeper level processing skills and activates of background knowledge. This is my source: This is my example:

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