Reciprocal Teaching for Secondary Educators
Duration: 30 minutes
Intended Audience: Gifted and Talented Teachers, High School Teachers, Instructional Coaches/Coordinators, Librarians/Media Specialists, Special Education Teachers
Reciprocal Teaching: A Direct & Explicit Comprehension Strategy
In this webinar, Nicole Lord, ELA Virtual Learning Community leader and teacher at Fannin County High School, focuses on one “direct and explicit comprehension strategy” that has made an impact on her secondary learners: reciprocal teaching. Drawing on the evidence base from the “IES Practice Guide: Improving Adolescent Literacy: Effective Classroom and Intervention Practices,” Nicole delves into explaining this evidence-based practice. She shares several anecdotes, models the strategy, and provides practical resources for teachers. In addition to the protocols, Nicole shares a document from her lesson bank that participants can easily adapt for their classrooms.
Reciprocal teaching has the potential to empower students to read, comprehend, and analyze new texts of increasing complexity, with modeling has the key. For more information and resources, please join the 11-12 ELA Virtual Learning group in GaDOE Community!
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DOE Office: Teaching & Learning
Topics: English Language Arts, Reading/Literacy
Event Type: Recorded Webinar
Webinar URL: https://app.gadoe.org/TRLThumbnails/Scripts/Player.html?url=https%3a%2f%2fequellamediasvc-usea.streaming.media.azure.net%2fd1a76172-e595-497c-9bee-64416570dbb9%2fDirect%2520and%2520Explicit%2520Comprehensio.ism%2fmanifest&cc=https%3a%2f%2fequellamediasvc-usea.streaming.media.azure.net%2fd1a76172-e595-497c-9bee-64416570dbb9%2ftranscript.vtt&poster=https%3a%2f%2fequellamediasvc-usea.streaming.media.azure.net%2fd1a76172-e595-497c-9bee-64416570dbb9%2fScreenshot-Direct%2520and%2520Explicit%2520Comprehensio-000001.jpg
Date Recorded: Feb 01, 2022