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KWL Teaching Strategy. Presented by: Christine, Susan, and Jenny. What I KNOW, What I WANT to know, and what I LEARNED. Ogle, D.M.(1986). A Teaching Model that Develops Active Reading of Expository Text. The Reading Teacher, 39(6), 564-570. . Purpose for KWL. KWL allows teacher to:

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What i know what i want to know and what i learned

KWL Teaching Strategy

Presented by:

Christine, Susan, and Jenny

What I KNOW, What I WANT to know, and what I LEARNED.

Ogle, D.M.(1986). A Teaching Model that Develops Active Reading of Expository Text. The Reading Teacher,39(6), 564-570.


Purpose for kwl

Purpose for KWL

  • KWL allows teacher to:

  • 1. Elicit students’ prior knowledge on specific topics or texts

  • 2. Help students set reading goals for what they would like to know on the topic or what they think they will learn after reading

  • 3. Monitor students’ reading comprehension and level of understanding of the topic after reading the text.


Interested in using kwl with your students

Interested In Using KWL With Your Students??

Summary of procedure:

  • Prepare a three-column chart on the board or overhead projector and distribute the charts to your students

  • Start with a brainstorming session by recording all student ideas on the topic in the “K” section of the chart

  • Develop Reading goals by recording what students want to know in the “W” section of the chart– elicit student talk by asking questions about topic

  • Have students read text in small learning groups

  • Students record what they learned from the reading in the “L” section of the chart

  • Class Discussion on text and what was learned


What i know what i want to know and what i learned

Sample Chart:


Follow this detailed description

Follow This Detailed Description!

  • Choose an expository text on the reading level of your students

  • Create a blank chart with three columns for K, W, and L on the board

  • Make sure all students have a copy of the chart in front of them

  • Ask students to brainstorm words, stories, and phrases that they associate with this topic

  • Teacher may have to prompt students with some ideas at first


Kwl steps continued

KWL Steps Continued…

  • Teacher and students record these in the K column of their charts

  • Ask students what they want to learn about the topic

  • The teacher and students record these questions to the W column of their charts

  • Students read the text in small learning groups

  • Students record what they have learned in the L column of their charts either during or after reading

  • Teacher elicits students' responses on what they have learned by encouraging a discussion of what they have just read


Final credits

FINAL CREDITS

Strategy created by: D.M. Ogle

Class: ECI 416 Learning and Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom

Professor: Jessica Wery

Powerpoint created by: Christine Fischer, Susan Altvater, and Jenny Li


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