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This paper begins by explaining the technique of reciprocal teaching, its purpose and its main characteristics. The paper also explains why the reciprocal teaching technique should be used in the classroom and outlines the steps it involves. The paper also takes a look at why it is an effective teaching tool and whether reciprocal teaching can be applied to all curriculum and all types of learners.
From the Paper:"In recent times, researchers and practitioners are focusing more and more in understanding the role of meta-cognition in reading. This is evidenced by the opinions proposed by researchers like Brown and Palinscar and Gracia and Pearson. As there exists dissimilarity between teachings of distinct expertise and making learners conscious of the inner processes that are carried on in the mind through meta-cognition, this field of research is significant on the whole. Individual readers, more frequently, encounter trouble in gathering together the right tactics to acquire holistic comprehension of text even though they may be able to carry out distinct abilities such as skimming and scanning, tolerating ambiguity, finding meanings from context and drawing inferences. Reciprocal Teaching is one technique that has established to counteract this trouble and internalize the process of comprehension. (Ramaiyah, 1992)"
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Reciprocal Teaching (2005, October 27) Retrieved July 03, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/reciprocal-teaching-61782/
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