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Cooperative group work: Using of reciprocal teaching in group work
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Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, 2006
What is the value of Reciprocal Teaching in teaching effective group work in schools? This paper
reports how Reciprocal Teaching was adapted and implemented as a strategy for effective group work to
three Grade 3 classrooms. This study is situated in classrooms where students are second language
learners. I demonstrate in this paper how Reciprocal Teaching strategies are incorporated into group work
and their subsequent adaptations in these three English classrooms. The problems, challenges and
changes that occur in its implementation are also discussed through the transcripts from students’ and
teachers’ interviews and classroom observations.
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Core - Panel 4
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