100 Exit Slips for Language Skills

Grade Levels
3rd - 6th
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Pages
17 pages
$4.00
$4.00
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If you're an SLP looking for a quick, motivating and evidence-based routine for all of your therapy sessions, you'll love this packet of 100 Exit Slips for Language Skills! This fun set is designed to help your students internalize valuable lessons learned during speech-language therapy sessions.

For a 30% discount on this product, please check out my MEGA Bundle of 700 Exit Slips or for a 20% discount, check out this Skill-Based Bundle of 300 Exit Slips for Articulation, Language and Social Skills.

According to Cross (1998), effective lessons involve activities that allow students to reflect about what they just learned. This packet of 100 Exit Slips is tailored to meet the needs of your entire language therapy caseload.

This packet contains one-hundred, easy-to-cut Exit Slips that are clearly labeled and focus on:

★ Reflection
★ Synonyms
★ Antonyms
★ Multiple-Meaning Words
★ Context Clues
★ Comparatives (receptive and expressive)
★ Inferencing
★ Sequencing words in sentences
★ Past-Tense Verbs
★ Grammar
★ Attributes

These Exit Slips are designed to appeal to a wide age-range and offer a quick and motivating way to reinforce language skills!

Simply cut out and place slips in jars, bags (or any container!) and ask students to remove a slip prior to exiting the speech room. Dress up your containers with these FREE Exit Slip Labels!

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Cross, K. P. (1998). Classroom research: Implementing the scholarship of teaching. In T. Angelo (Ed.),Classroom assessment and research: An update on uses, approaches, and research findings (pp. 5–12). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; and Ross, J. A., Hogaboam-Gray, A., & Rolheiser, C. (2002). Student self-evaluation in grade 5–6 mathematics: Effects on problem-solving achievement. Educational Assessment, 8(1), 43–59.
Total Pages
17 pages
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