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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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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:

  • 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??

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


Sample Chart:


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…

  • 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

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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