I'm the Reading Interventionist at a 6-8 middle school. I use exit tickets every day. Why? Because research shows that students who can articulate their learning are learning.
My exit tickets are pretty basic: Say something about today's learning. Occasionally, I will make the exit tickets more specific to the success criteria that I expect for that particular lesson:
What are the details to the plot?
What do you think of the main character?
List one question that you still have about today's topic.
I use thematic exit tickets most of the time because they're more fun. The kids enjoy seeing the exit tickets change each month.
This set is specific for Halloween. It includes 12 different exit tickets. There are 4 of them on 10 of the pages and 2 of them on 2 of the pages.
I've included a "Say Something" poster in this resource.
The preview is the first 5 pages of the resource.
Thanks for considering this resource,