This is a resource for any math classroom from elementary through high school. I teach 9th and 10th graders algebra I and geometry but my daughter in now in 6th grade and as I see her do work, I can see where this would be helpful for her teachers as well. I’m sure this could probably be adapted to other subjects as well.
When exit tickets in math class became more popular, I was having my students just write on a sheet of paper. It was messy and crazy keeping up with a new sheet of paper each time I did a problem as well as returning the paper to them to give them feedback. I thought to myself, wouldn’t it be easier if I gave them a sheet that was sectioned off and they worked a problem in a specific box and they reused the same sheet each time I wanted them to do a problem? So, I came up with the blank exit ticket. It allowed me to have a single sheet of paper that the kids could work problems on, I could grade the problems, write their score on the sheet and pass it back to them easily. Then I thought I should have one with graphs on it as well so I created a second sheet with only graphs on it. I shared the documents with my co-workers and they loved it, so I thought maybe there are other teachers that might want something like this for their classroom. Hopefully you will find this helpful.
The document is 3 pages long. It has a direction sheet, a page of 8 blank boxes for working non-graph problems, and a page with 8 blank graphs on them with space to work problems out to the side of the graph.
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