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A fun spin off of the traditional KWL Chart: K (What I Know), W (What I Want to Know), L (What I have Learned). The free-hand writing areas in this KWL Chart give leniency for students who wish to draw, thus catering for creative and visual learners OR pick the lined versions for those who prefer a more structured approach. KWL Charts are a good 10-30 minute activity before introducing a new topic.
ADDED 09/18 - KWLH - "How can I find out?"
Bonus: "Meet Me" - You'll learn a little about me, the process of designing the KWL Chart and how to utilize the worksheet in your classroom.
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