Teaching 6th Grade: 50 Tips, Tricks, and Brilliant Ideas
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Exit Slip bulletin board with levels of understanding
Admit and Exit Slips (In Class Presentation) Activates Prior Knowledge These are used for communication between the students and teacher but are also effective way to assess students’ understanding of new or old concepts. Admit Slips are done with the first 5 – 10 minutes of class. They can be written on a white board or students can jot them in their journals. Exits slips can be a ticket out of the class, not homework. Give students time to answer it before the end of class. This helps…
Emoji Lesson Scale - Relatable and current. Students leave a post-it note next to a number/face to rate their understanding as they leave class. (image only)
Exit Slips - Exit Tickets - American and UK Versions
Let your #Exit #Slips do double duty for you! Change the labels on your baskets to assess your learners' perception about what they have learned and allow the Exit Slip itself to assess content.
Exit Slip Bulletin Board with five focus questions. Formative assessment at its best. #balancedliteracy