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Reciprocal Reading Prompts

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The faciliator uses the following prompts to guide the group’s reading:

Predicting

“I think the next part will be about…”
and/or
“Does anyone have anything to add to my prediction, or a different prediction?”

 

Silent Reading

“Read silently from... to...”
(you can negotiate section length with the group)

 

Clarifying

“Is there anything you are unsure of in this section (words, ideas, information)?”
and/or
“I would like to know what …… means”

 

Questioning

“My question about this is ………” and/or
“Has anyone else got a question?”

 

Summarising

“My summary of the part we have just read is…”
and/or
“Has anyone else got a different summary? Have I missed anything important in mine?”

 

The next person now becomes the facilitator.

 

Start again at Predicting.

 

References

Reciprocal reading [Handout]. (2009). Taradale, New Zealand: Eastern Institute of Technology: Literacy Cluster.