This resource is a compilation of editable daily quizzes or bell ringers to start off each class period for your an entire school year for a Human Anatomy and Physiology course. It is an excellent way to check in with each student on a daily basis in a quick and efficient manner, and is my favorite way to start class smoothly and effectively. It includes 155 days worth of assessment questions covering the following content:
- Intro. to Anatomy
- Support and Motion
- Control and Coordination
- Absorption and Excretion
How can I use this?
• As a bell ringer warm up to get students settled for class
• As a daily quiz to assess students each day
• As an exit slip to check for understanding at the end of class
What is included?
- 7 different units of content
- 155 slides for 155 days of bell ringers/daily quizzes, all of which are editable.
- Weekly answer sheets for students, plus an editable version
- Answer keys
- 3 pages of implementation notes and helpful hints
Why should I use this product in my classroom?
I use this as a bell ringer assignment to start off each class period. There are three reasons why I love implementing Prime Times and they have honestly completely transformed my classroom culture. First, I love them because I truly believe the most important time of the class period, the “Prime Time,” is the first 5 minutes in terms of getting students settled in and focused for the day. Second, it is an opportunity for me to check in daily which each student and see how they are keeping up with the content. Third, implementing Prime Times has motivated my students to think about my class daily, because they know when they are at home each night that the next day I will be checking what they know in the Prime Time – so they better be prepared! I hope you will grow to love using this tool and that it will benefit your class as much as it has benefitted mine! You can read more about my love for Prime Times in my blogpost here.
Looking for more A&P resources?
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