Should you use “good” or “well” ? Do your students get these two words mixed up? Do you get them mixed up? Well, if your answer is “yes”, you are not alone. There are a lot of people who do. Thankful, you can learn how to decipher the difference. Allow the following grammar based exit slips to help reinforce your lesson on these two words, “good” and “well” or use these cards as task cards. It is all up to you.
There are 10 cards that require your students to correctly identify when to use the word “good” and when to use the word “well”.
You can print these cards off on cardstock and laminating them. Then, provide your students with the answer key sheet. This way you can use them over and over again. However, if you need to keep the exit slip for documentation as a form of summative assessment, all you will have to do is to print them off and make copies for each of your students.