Model Reciprocal Teaching Guidelines and Deeper Discussion Questions using Oprah Winfrey's interview with Elie Wiesel, part 2
Audiobook links for Ch 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gE06PwpzLas (check the end)
Reciprocal Teaching Notes to complete for class tomorrow
Things to remember:
You're posing questions as the teacher--what will help your "students" (group members) understand the reading more deeply, and how will you know through your questions that your "students" actually "got it"?
As the "teacher," you should have a sense of the answers to the questions you pose in the Summarizing, Deeper Questioning, and Predicting sections. It's ok if you don't know the answers to the questions you pose in the Clarifying section--but you could also anticipate where you think your "students" might have difficulty and try to put those questions in the Clarifying section.
Answers to the questions you pose in the Summarizing section and the Questions of Fact from Deeper Questioning should be searchable in the text.
HW: Complete Reciprocal Teaching Notes for Chapter 2 of Night, pages 23-28