Reciprocal Teaching Strategy PowerPoint

Reciprocal Teaching Strategy PowerPoint
Reciprocal Teaching Strategy PowerPoint
Reciprocal Teaching Strategy PowerPoint
Reciprocal Teaching Strategy PowerPoint
Reciprocal Teaching Strategy PowerPoint
Reciprocal Teaching Strategy PowerPoint
Reciprocal Teaching Strategy PowerPoint
Reciprocal Teaching Strategy PowerPoint
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  1. Reciprocal Teaching is a great way to engage your students with a research-based, best-practice reading comprehension strategy that supports the reading tasks of summarizing, predicting, questioning, and clarifying. Common Core-aligned product includes a comprehensive Reciprocal Teaching Tutorial P
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Reciprocal Teaching is a research-based, best practice strategy that provides students the support needed for reading comprehension and developing the skills that effective readers do automatically (predict, summarize, question, clarify). This PowerPoint is a easy-to-follow tutorial for teachers that can be used for professional development purposes or for teaching students the fundamentals of reciprocal teaching.

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