Resources for Instructional Strategies

KWHL Chart

The K-W-H-L graphic organizer generates students’ prior knowledge by asking them what they already Know; assists with setting goals specifying what they Want to learn; guides them to think about How they will learn...

What-Why-How Graph

The What-Why-How Graph is a good tool to help students in developing paragraphs and expressing their opinions. Give them a prompt and watch them express themselves by written form.

You’ve Got Mail Reflection

You’ve Got Mail Reflection activity is an instructional strategy that allows students to summarize main ideas, evaluate class processes, answer questions posed at the beginning of the lesson, and link to both the past...

3-2-1 Lesson Closure

The 3-2-1 Lesson Closure activity is an instructional strategy that allows students to summarize main ideas, evaluate class processes, answer questions posed at the beginning of the lesson, and link to both the past...

What Did You Learn Today?

The What Did You Learn Today? activity is an instructional strategy that allows students to summarize main ideas, evaluate class processes, answer questions posed at the beginning of the lesson, and link to both...

Lesson Closure

The lesson closure activity is an instructional strategy that allows students to summarize main ideas, evaluate class processes, answer questions posed at the beginning of the lesson, and link to both the past and...

Information Pyramid

The Information Pyramid graphic organizer is a good way for the students to add description words, terms, and pictures about the topic, article or information.

Information Wheel

The Information Wheel graphic organizer is a good way for the students to add description words, terms, and pictures about the topic, article or information.