In this graphic organizer worksheet, students complete a KWL chart for a topic which includes what do I know, what do I want to find out, and what did I learn.
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Every Picture Tells a Story: The Great Depression
Every picture really does tell a story. Start the day by reading select passages from Children of the Orphan Train and discussing your listeners' initial feelings. Then, pair a KWL with a YouTube video (attached here). Then, using these...
2nd - 5th Visual & Performing Arts
Applying KWL Guides to Sources with Elementary Students
What is a KWL chart? Here is a well thought-out lesson that has learners use KWL charts to gain historical perspective. Your class examines primary sources about historical events and identifies what they know, want to know, and,...
2nd - 7th Social Studies & History
Exploring the World of Cinderella Tales
Cinderella stories are the focus point of this lesson. Beginning with a KWL chart, the activities include reading several Cinderella tales from various countries and writing brief summaries of each. After reading, pupils analyze the...
4th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed