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Reciprocal Teaching: Increase Independence, Build Comprehension and Reach Higher Levels of Achievement


Reciprocal Teaching has a powerful and well-researched base of support. Reciprocal strategies provide a fun and engaging interactional structure that teaches quality comprehension strategies. Reciprocal practices hit standards which are outlined by many states and work beautiful in K-12 classrooms. Participants will receive a step by step outline to use in planning and/or with students, experience a reciprocal group interaction, and see video footage of students in action.


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Additional Small Group Instruction Topics
Reciprocal Teaching
Small Group Instruction: Guided Reading
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Reciprocal Teaching: Increase Independence, Build Comprehension and Reach Higher Levels of Achievement
Small Group Support Systems: Guided Reading, Reciprocal Teaching, and Literature Circles
Information Circles: Expanding the Role of Literature Circles
Making it Happen: Success with Literacy Centers and Management (K-2)
The How? Why? and When? of Literature Circles (3-6)
Making it Happen: Success with Guided Reading in Your Classroom
Literature or Information Circles
Guided Reading/Small Group Strategy Sessions: A Powerful Approach For All Learners
Reciprocal Teaching at Work: Strategies for Dramatically Improving Reading Comprehension
Guided Reading Rocks: New and Innovative Guided Reading Lessons
Small Group Reading Instruction in Intermediate Grades Grades 2-8
Guided Reading: Maximizing Reading Instruction with Powerful Instructional Strategies K-6