The current research objective is to expose the effectiveness of the (K.W.L) strategy in increasing the learning passion in history teaching for 10th-grade students. To achieve this goal, the two researchers followed the semi-experimental (tribal-dimensional) design curriculum of the control group, The current research requires the selection of a representative sample of society, the size of ... [Show full abstract] which is commensurate with the statistical procedures. The researcher selected the sample of his research in the random cluster method, which is based on the selection of whole groups after the division of society into random groups. The research tools were a measure of learning passion. (44) A paragraph and an attainment test, which included (50) a paragraph of the researchers' construction, After the extraction of psychometric properties such as sincerity and stability, the passion scale and the attainment test were applied to a random sample of (38) students, divided into two groups: The experimental group consisted of (18) female students, and the control group consisting of (20) female students, during the three-month trial period the experimental group was taught in accordance with the (K.W.L) strategy, and the control group was taught in accordance with the conventional way of teaching, and the results of the research showed that the experimental group outperformed the control group in the Post-test application of the Learning Passion Scale test and in light of the research results.