Reciprocal Teaching of Comprehension-Fostering and Comprehension-Monitoring Activities

@article{Palincsar1984ReciprocalTO,
  title={Reciprocal Teaching of Comprehension-Fostering and Comprehension-Monitoring Activities},
  author={A. Palincsar and A. Brown},
  journal={Cognition and Instruction},
  year={1984},
  volume={1},
  pages={117-175}
}
Two instructional studies directed at the comprehension-fostering and comprehension-monitoring activities of seventh grade poor comprehenders are reported. The four study activities were summarizing (self-review), questioning, clarifying, and predicting. The training method was that of reciprocal teaching, where the tutor and students took turns leading a dialogue centered on pertinent features of the text. In Study 1, a comparison between the reciprocal teaching method and a second… Expand
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