It sounds weird, but I have made significant decisions using this
in conjunction with tossing a coin. If I call heads and it comes up
heads and that's what I want, I make my decision. If, however, I
decide to change my mind and go two out of three, it shows me what I
really want to do. The coin toss only works after you have weighed
your choices and need to make the final decision. See: Synectics ,
Venn Diagram , Compare/Contrast
Matrix , Questions ,
T-Chart , Ranking ,
Predicting/Evaluating Use to help students activate prior knowledge. It is a group instruction activity that serves as a model for active thinking during reading.
K - Recall what group KNOW s about the subject.
W - Determine what group WANT s to learn.
L - Identify what group LEARN ed as they read.
H - HOW we can learn more (NCREL, 1988)
(D. Ogle, 1986) See: Synectics , Venn Diagram , Compare/Contrast Matrix , PMI , Questions , T-Chart , & Ranking
Other graphic organizers available throughout this site.