Reciprocal Teaching in a Regular Primary School Classroom.

  • Kelly M
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Reports a study that assessed the effects of reciprocal teaching on the comprehension of poor reading comprehenders who read nonfiction material in a regular classroom. Heterogeneous reading groups from two elementary classes participated in reciprocal teaching. Data analysis showed there were significant improvements in comprehension that were maintained at an eight-week follow-up. (SM)

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