PIDP 3230 KWL Draft October 11, 2012

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KWL Informal Assessment Strategy draft for peer review.

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PIDP 3230 Vancouver Community College Know, Want to Know, Learned (KWL) as an Informal Assessment Strategy:

PIDP 3230 Vancouver Community College Know, Want to Know, Learned (KWL) as an Informal Assessment Strategy Submitted by: Jose Kagaoan To: D. Mauger Date: 14 October, 2012

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What is KWL? KWL is an instructional assessment strategy that is used to guide students through a text. using a chart. .

Explain the strategy.:

Explain the strategy. K W L

Explain the strategy.:

Explain the strategy. K W L What I KNOW about the subject

Explain the strategy.:

Explain the strategy. K W L What I KNOW about the subject What I WANT to know about the subject

Explain the strategy.:

Explain the strategy. K W L What I KNOW about the subject What I WANT to know about the subject What I LEARNED about the subject

A brief example…:

A brief example… K W L What I KNOW about the subject What I WANT to know about the subject What I LEARNED about the subject TOPIC: Gravity

A brief example…:

A brief example… K W L What I KNOW about the subject What I WANT to know about the subject What I LEARNED about the subject It keeps us from floating around. TOPIC: Gravity

A brief example…:

A brief example… K W L What I KNOW about the subject What I WANT to know about the subject What I LEARNED about the subject It keeps us from floating around. What is gravity? TOPIC: Gravity

A brief example…:

A brief example… K W L What I KNOW about the subject What I WANT to know about the subject What I LEARNED about the subject It keeps us from floating around. What is gravity? Gravity is the force that pulls objects towards Earth. TOPIC: Gravity

Where KWL works best:

Where KWL works best Tapping into the learner’s prior knowledge in order for them to learn new things. Learning progresses primarily from prior knowledge, and only secondarily from the materials that teachers present to students, studies show.

KWL Advantages:

KWL Advantages Elicits student’s prior knowledge of topic. Helps students assess and monitor their comprehension. Provides an opportunity for students to expand ideas beyond the text.

KWL Disadvantages:

KWL Disadvantages Students must have prior knowledge relevant to the topic.

KWL Best Practices:

KWL Best Practices K W L Have questions ready to help students brainstorm their ideas.

KWL Best Practices:

KWL Best Practices K W L Have questions ready to help students brainstorm their ideas. Encourage students to explain their associations.

KWL Best Practices:

KWL Best Practices K W L Have questions ready to help students brainstorm their ideas. Ask an alternative question for generating ideas for the W column. Encourage students to explain their associations.

KWL Best Practices:

KWL Best Practices K W L Have questions ready to help students brainstorm their ideas. Ask an alternative question for generating ideas for the W column. Encourage students to explain their associations. Come prepared with your own questions to add to the W column.

KWL Best Practices:

KWL Best Practices K W L Have questions ready to help students brainstorm their ideas. Ask an alternative question for generating ideas for the W column. Encourage students to write in the L column anything they found especially interesting in addition to answering the W questions. Encourage students to explain their associations. Come prepared with your own questions to add to the W column.

KWL Best Practices:

KWL Best Practices K W L Have questions ready to help students brainstorm their ideas. Ask an alternative question for generating ideas for the W column. Encourage students to write in the L column anything they found especially interesting in addition to answering the W questions. Encourage students to explain their associations. Come prepared with your own questions to add to the W column. Have  students consult other resources to find out the answers to questions that were not answered in the text.

Providing Feedback to Learners:

Providing Feedback to Learners Students create their KWL chart online using a free service such as K-W-L Creator for a specific topic. (http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/kwl_creator/) Students update their KWL chart for the duration of the topic and emails the chart to their instructor. The teacher is able to monitor the understanding of the learner based on their KWL chart and provides constructive feedback via email based on the learner’s chart entries.

References:

References Activity Types: KWL Charts, Retrieved October 8, 2012 from http://www.handy4class.com/id32.html INSTRUCTIONAL READING STRATEGY: KWL (KNOW, WANT TO KNOW, LEARNED) Retrieved October 8, 2012 from http://www.indiana.edu/~l517/KWL.htm#Anticipation Guides: An Example My KWL of Online Learning Retrieved October 10, 2012 from http://www.thinglink.com/scene/294575356856238081#tlsite K-W-L Creator Retrieved October 10, 2012 from http://www.readwritethink.org/files/resources/interactives/kwl_creator/

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