A set of 4 colourful posters explaining reciprocal teaching roles.
Display this set of posters in the classroom to help your students identify their reciprocal teaching role during reading groups.
The reciprocal teaching roles explained in the poster set include:
- the questioner
- the clarifier
- the predictor
- the summariser.
Use these posters in conjunction with the following teaching resources:
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Australian Curriculum alignment
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