Each card states the child's role in the reciprocal reading group and provides prompts and suggestions for sentence starters as well as strategies they can use. The cards are approximately x and are easily adaptable. I purchased some cheap .
Reciprocal reading wands, print off your questions for reading comprehension suitable to any text. Laminate them, then cut straws at top and attach with tape. I keep mine in a bucket in the middle of reading area.
Reading Comprehension- Guided reading strategy called "Say Something" allows teachers to see how students are thinking about their texts. Additionally, it provides students w/a tool to help them express their ideas about reading in meaningful ways.
Reciprocal teaching chart used to ask questions such as what was the story about, to clarify what students may not understand, to summarize what the story was about, and to think about what is going to happen next.
For making predictions and reflecting on if they were right or wrong. It is important to stress to students that it's okay to be wrong with predictions because you can adjust them at the end. This is a BDA reading strategy