I am very excited to be posting my first edition of my new line of exit tickets! I am a lover of exit tickets and have been using them often in my classroom. However I didn't feel that I was using them to the best of my ability before. i knew there was more information i could collect from them as well as better questions to ask the students before they left. So I came up with this outline which will be seen throughout all of my exit tickets (however the skill will change).
Each ticket will have a goal on it so the students know exactly what their goal is for that specific ticket. Each ticket will also have a rating scale at the bottom for the students to use. They simply color in the square to show how they feel about the ticket and the concept. Each ticket also has a spot for a gold star (hence the name of the pack). You can use any kind of sticker here if you'd like. I put that there in order to ensure that I myself actually grade them and return them so that both myself and the students get the feedback needed for these exit tickets to work.
For this pack of exit tickets, there is a focus on 2 digit addition with regrouping. Here is what is included in the pack...
*Exit ticket # 1 - Solving two 2 digit addition problems
*Exit ticket # 2 - Solving two 2 digit addition problems
*Exit ticket # 3 - Solving six 2 digit addition problems
*Exit ticket # 4 - Dissecting and solving a 2 digit addition word problem.
*Exit ticket # 5 - Dissecting and solving a 2 digit addition word problem.
*Exit ticket # 6 - Explaining the steps to solving a 2 digit addition word problem & showing an example.
*Exit ticket # 7 - Deciding if the sum for each problem is correct or incorrect.
At the end of the pack there is a data tracking sheet that allows the teacher to keep track of the student, the goal of the ticket they worked on, the date, their score, their student rating on how they felt, and teacher comments.
There are two of the same ticket per page to save on printing paper.
I am hoping that these exit tickets give me a better sense of my students learning and understanding in order to help me better plan for instruction in the future!