Reciprocal Teaching and Critical Thinking for MCA Reading Success. Risa Cohen Irondale High School New Brighton, MN August 2, 2012. Today’s Agenda. Reading as Progressive Mastery Reciprocal Teaching for Progressive Mastery Classroom practices - ART
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Irondale High School
New Brighton, MN
August 2, 2012
Key terms: weak economy Success
tougher for parents
Key terms: weak economy
tougher for parents
The economy is bad so parents don't have enough money to buy clothes and supplies. They look for bargains, send kids to school without the supplies, or get used clothes from the thrift stores. Without supplies, teachers have to spend more of their own money.
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What job did Elders hold immediately before becoming Surgeon General of the United States?
B. Professor of medicine at the University of Arkansas
C. Director of physical therapy in the United States Army
D. Pediatrician at a medical center in Little Rock
What is the main idea of this article?
A. Dr. Joycelyn Elders used her time as Surgeon General to improve people’s lives by working for better medical schools.
B. Dr. Joycelyn Elders was accepted to the University of Arkansas Medical School and soon after was named Surgeon General.
C. Because of her father’s financial support, Dr. Joycelyn Elders was able to become one of the first female African-American doctors.
D. Through hard work and determination, Dr. Joycelyn Elders overcame many obstacles to become Surgeon General.
Joycelyn Elders was successful because she
B. served longer than any other Surgeon General.
C. did not say things that would anger people.
D. was encouraged by other female medical students.
The author’s main purpose is to
A. inform the reader about the accomplishments of Jocelyn Elders as surgeon general.
B. describe the career of Jocelyn Elders as a surgeon general.
C. inform the reader about the duties of a surgeon general.
D. describe the obstacles faced by Jocelyn Elders before she became surgeon general.
In paragraph 6, the word residents refers to people who
A. are training to be doctors.
B. live in a place permanently.
C. are traveling as part of a job.
D. come from a particular country.