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  1. ReQuestReciprocal Questioning This literacy strategy focuses on the genesis of questions between the students and teacher for strong engagement with a specific lesson

  2. “A clever, imaginative, humorous request can open closed doors and closed minds.” – Percy Ross ❶ Read the text silently

  3. “A clever, imaginative, humorous request can open closed doors and closed minds.” – Percy Ross ❶ Read the text silently ❷ Students question the teacher

  4. “A clever, imaginative, humorous request can open closed doors and closed minds.” – Percy Ross ❶ Read the text silently ❷ Students question the teacher ❸Students verify the teacher’s answers

  5. “A clever, imaginative, humorous request can open closed doors and closed minds.” – Percy Ross ❶ Read the text silently ❷ Students question the teacher ❸Students verify the teacher’s answers ❹Roles reversed, partner activity or teacher poses questions to students

  6. Why Use ReQuest? ReQuest… Helps the teacher gauge student response and understanding. Promotes the development of higher order questions. Builds student confidence.

  7. Disadvantages Some students may be intimidated when they are in the “questioning” role. The teacher must ensure that student generated questions are relevant and appropriate to the lesson.