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When Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion set off to see the Wizard, they had a one-lane yellow brick road to follow. Sure, they may have had different ideas as to what lay...

When Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion set off to see the Wizard, they had a one-lane yellow brick road to follow. Sure, they may have had different ideas as to what lay...

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Reciprocal Reading Group Cards for Guided Reading

I created it to quickly assess and see if my students were getting it...understanding the text at higher levels. This informal formative assessment can be used with any text (fiction or nonfiction) or portion of text. I would print articles from Time for Kids or photocopy one page from a childrens picture or chapter book to accompany this assessment.

Reciprocal Teaching {Any Text} Formative Assessment of Comprehension Strategies

I created it to quickly assess and see if my students were getting it...understanding the text at higher levels. This informal formative assessment can be used with any text (fiction or nonfiction) or portion of text. I would print articles from Time for Kids or photocopy one page from a childrens picture or chapter book to accompany this assessment.

Reciprocal teaching and comprehension instruction cards

Reciprocal teaching and comprehension instruction cards

This set of ten role cards is designed for guided reading reciprocal teaching groups. This resource draws on the reciprocal teaching, student-generated

Resources that will encourage and promote critical thinking for students. In line with Australian Curriculum: History skills developed in line with  (ACHHS083) Pose a range of questions about the past  (ACHHS084) Locate relevant information from sources provided  (ACHHS086) Develop texts, particularly narratives  (ACHHS087) Use a range of communication forms (oral, graphic, written) and digital technologies

Resources that will encourage and promote critical thinking for students. In line with Australian Curriculum: History skills developed in line with (ACHHS083) Pose a range of questions about the past (ACHHS084) Locate relevant information from sources provided (ACHHS086) Develop texts, particularly narratives (ACHHS087) Use a range of communication forms (oral, graphic, written) and digital technologies

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