MY KWL Chart


Classroom KWL Chart Worksheet for teacher and students of all ages, kwl chart lesson plan.

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There are three columns in a KWL chart. In the first column is the K, which stands for what the students already know about the topic. The W is in the second column and stands for what the students want to know about the topic. Finally, the L (in the third column) stands for what the students have learned.

K-W-L charts are graphic organizers that help students organize information before, during, and after a unit or a lesson. They can be used to engage students in a new topic, activate prior knowledge, share unit objectives, and monitor students’ learning.
Using a K-W-L chart, students can prepare to research a topic and use it to track information gathered along the way.This tool will help students confirm what they know about a topic and encourage them to think about how they want to focus their research.

KWL charts are effective tools for engaging students in the learning process, helping them recall knowledge, and tracking their learning progress. While they are often used to help students improve their reading comprehension, KWL charts can be applied to any topic or lesson.

The letters KWL stand for “Know,” “Want to Know,” and “Learned.”1 In the KWL technique, readers are first asked to consider what they already know about the subject before they read the material. For example, say they’re reading a book in class about Italian food.


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