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Structure Learning With KWL Charts

Lesson Objective: Structure student learning using a KWL chart
All Grades / All Subjects / KWL

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. How do the first two parts of the chart help prepare students for learning?
  2. What does Ms. Eilers mean when she says "the one who does the work, does the learning"?
  3. How might this affect your practice?
  4. Why is it important to review learning?

34 Comments

  • Private message to Inderbir Thussu

I like the idea of students working in a group on KWL and then making the whole class chart. Thank you for sharing!

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  • Private message to Pamela Johnson
I use KWL charts frequently in my classroom. To further engage the students in the process, I use "turn and talk" first to generate ideas.
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  • Private message to Simone Nager
I very much enjoy using KWL charts. I find them very useful and engaging.
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  • Private message to Riva Kaplan
KWL charts are great for teachers to use when working with students in smaller groups to help me find out what they know about a subject, what their interest is, and what they want to learn.
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  • Private message to Amie Pramataris
Seems so basic, but for ELL learner it is essential- any grade level and any subject.
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Dale Rogers-Eilers
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