Exit passes allow me to see or hear if students have 'caught what I've taught'. They are a quick and effective form of assessment as they give a snapshot of what students have learned during my lessons.
When completed on a regular basis, students become very engaged in this quick form of assessment. You will find that during the lesson students prepare themselves to answer their Exit Pass questions.
This resource contains 30 Exit Pass Flash Cards which can be used in any subject area. They are a handy size and students can answer them either verbally or in written form.
Suggestions for use:
- Shuffle them up and give out randomly at the end of a lesson to see what students have learned.
- Laminate and get students to answer in written form in whiteboard pen on the back of card.
- Choose one card for all students to answer on their way out the door.
- Break students into small groups and give each group a card to answer (and demonstrate).
- Give out at the beginning of a lesson to find out what students have retained from your previous lessons.