|Download your free KWL Chart here.|
KWL stands for 'Know', 'Want to Know', and 'Learnt'. Students complete the first two columns of their chart at the beginning of a new topic of study to reflect what they already know and what they want to know, then complete the 'Learnt' column at the end of the unit to show what they now know about the topic.
|This sample shows an example of how KWL Charts can be used in Mathematics.|
KWL Charts can be used in any subject area, and are a great informal assessment tool for gathering information about your students.
|This page gives some ideas for using KWL Charts in different subject areas.|
Now, I know my KWL Chart is not as fancy as the one I blogged about last week, but sometimes a simple format is what you need! If you do download this freebie, please don't forget to rate it - it only takes a minute and is a great way to give me feedback about what you like.
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|A sample poster.|
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Enjoy your freebie KWL Chart and have a great weekend!