K-W-L: READ WITH A PURPOSE!
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The KWL reading strategy is an instructional technique used to improve reading comprehension. It also improves a student’s ability to remember the material. KWL is most often used with expository reading materials such as classroom textbooks, research articles, and journalistic pieces. The K-W-L strategy is a a useful tool for teaching reading comprehension.
The technique ties together student’s prior knowledge, their desire to learn more, and the conclusions of their learning. (http://www.readingeducator.com) The strategy works by creating a chart and labeling it K (Know), W (Want to know), and L (learned). USING KWL STRATEGY TO IMPROVE THE READING COMPREHENSION SKILLS ON HORTATORY EXPOSITION TEXTS. Abstract This study is about the implementation of Know, Want, Learned (KWL) strategy to enhance students’ reading comprehension.
The desire to conduct the research toward this study is to investigate how the proper implementation of KWL helps the students’ increasing their ability in terms of reading skill. The study revealed that there was an improvement from the pre-test to the posttest and that the teacher had implemented KWL strategy accordingly so that the students improved their reading comprehension skill. KWL strategy is a reading strategy that uses questioning to activate prior knowledge, to understand metacognition, and to write to learn.
In the first step students, alone or with others, brainstorm what they knowabout the reading topic. Next, students write what they want to learn about the topic. In the last, students read the material and share.
Purpose: Improve Reading Comprehension by activating background knowledge. Description: The K-W-L strategy stands for what I Know, what I Want to learn, and what I did Learn. Language Arts/Reading Description: This lesson utlizes the KWL technique to enhance students’ reading comprehension skills. Goals: Students will advance in their reading and comprehension skills. Definition/Description: K-W-L is known as an instructional reading strategy and is often used to guide students through a topic through the use of a graphic organizer or three columns.
It was created by Donna Ogle in 1986. Students begin by brainstorming everything they know about a given topic, which recorded under the K column. from negative at titudes to po sitive feeling towards reading class after the K-W-L method was used and to improve Vietnamese students’ reading skill as well as catching the main idea in the.
List of related literature:
|from Teaching for Deep Comprehension: A Reading Workshop Approach|
|from Reading Comprehension Strategies: Theories, Interventions, and Technologies|
|from The Cafe Book: Engaging All Students in Daily Literacy Assessment and Instruction|
|from Taking Action on Adolescent Literacy: An Implementation Guide for School Leaders|
|from Strategies for Success with English Language Learners|
|from Essentials of Assessment Report Writing|
|from The Knowledge Deficit: Closing the Shocking Education Gap for American Children|
|from Literacy in Australia: Pedagogies for Engagement|
|from Best Practices in Literacy Instruction, Fourth Edition|
|from Culturally Responsive Literacy Instruction|