Use these response cards to take a quick assessment of your students during learning.
Students will not need to wait to be called on because all students participate by holding up their card.
Use response cards for review, transitions, getting to know your students, or an opening/ closing activity.
This document is over 80 pages long! There is a combination of 2-responses and 3-responses. They are available in FULL COLOR or BLACK AND WHITE. This is to accommodate to various copiers. You can copy them in black and white or use the black and white template to copy onto colored paper.
The combinations you can make within this document are endless! I have included a preview as a sample page.
What is this strategy?
Students will self-assess their knowledge using a response card that represents their answer or current level of understanding.
How do I use this strategy?
Decide the best way to assess your students during instruction. Use the appropriate response cards as a quick snapshot of your student’s understanding during learning. Ensure you prepare and distribute the correct response cards ahead of time so using them does not interrupt learning, rather it enhances learning and provides accurate data to the teacher. Teach your students how to use and store the response cards. Use the tips on the next page for your preparations.
Notes on Differentiation
This strategy develops metacognition. It is meant to provide a quick snapshot of student’s understanding during learning. Ensure you prepare and distribute the correct response cards for a planned engagement. Using varied questions, ask students to self-assess their learning and respond accordingly.
RESPONSES INCLUDED IN THIS DOCUMENT:
I don't get it, I almost get it, I got this
I am confused, I need help, I got this
Wrong, Right, Both
Yes, No, Maybe
A, B, C
1, 2, 3
Dislike, Like, Unsure
Less, More, Equal
Thumb Up and Down symbol
Check symbol, X symbol