MUTUAL READING TECHNIQUE
Keywords:mutual reading, interactivity, continuous evaluation, individual work,
The concept of Mutual Reading was born of a need to increase
participation in the learning activity of ALL students, not just a
few, those with a sustained pace in solving school tasks, those
with an increased need for affirmation. Mutual reading is a
technique that can be used as a current assessment method
whenever students perform an individual activity. The technique
of mutual reading stimulates and creates conditions for the
participation of all students in didactic activity, supports
interactivity, is strongly activating, enhances self-esteem,
facilitates and provokes learning. The paper provides some
examples and recommendations for the efficient use of mutual
read technique. Also, the paper includes the results of a
research, results that confirm the value of this didactic
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