Uniquely designed KIM Charts in portrait and landscape. Great for your student's vocabulary development.
Identify and explain word meaning the meaning of key words and concepts; create visual representation of words and learn new words.
The KIM chart is a simple strategy for teaching vocabulary words and new concepts.
A KIM chart has three columns:
K-Key Word or Concept
I- Definition of the word or information that matches the key idea M-Memory clue, a picture or visual representation of the concept.
Source: Literacy for Learning: A Handbook of Content-Area Strategies for Middle and High School Teachers by Berry, Gregory, Ed.D pg. 264.
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KIM Chart Set
by Michael Allen Kelly
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License