FREEBIE: Student Response Sticks for Whole Group Assessment and SAT10 Review

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FREEBIE: Student Response Sticks for Whole Group Assessmen
FREEBIE: Student Response Sticks for Whole Group Assessmen
FREEBIE: Student Response Sticks for Whole Group Assessmen
FREEBIE: Student Response Sticks for Whole Group Assessmen
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These are easy to assemble students response sticks. Some uses for these response sticks include:

- Say two words to the students and have the them turn the card to show whether the words are the same or different. For example: cat...cat (show the 2 squares)…. elephant...tiger (show the circle and the square). You could also ask if 2 words rhyme, have the same beginning sound, etc…

-Use the sticks to signal yes or no answers. (2 squares = yes, square and circle = no.)

-Use the sticks to signal whether a student’s answer is the same or different from the answer that has been given. For example, ask the question “What is 2+2?” or “Do cat and pop rhyme?” Allow a student to answer, and then have students signal whether they agree or disagree with the answer given by showing the 2 squares for AGREE and the square and the circle to show that they DISAGREE.

-Use for true/false or yes/no questions.

These are great for whole group assessment, and also for SAT10 review.
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FREEBIE: Student Response Sticks for Whole Group Assessmen
FREEBIE: Student Response Sticks for Whole Group Assessmen
FREEBIE: Student Response Sticks for Whole Group Assessmen
FREEBIE: Student Response Sticks for Whole Group Assessmen