This resource includes 20 different EDITABLE exit slips you can use as formative assessments and reading checks in any content area. I used similar exit slips as a reading teacher, but as a literacy coach, I realized that teachers across the curriculum could use a similar tool--especially as increased reading demands are knocking at our doors.
In addition to the exit slips themselves (two on each page), I've included a general explanation/introduction, seven pages of instructions and tips on how to use each of the slips, a chart identifying which CCSS could be met by each technique, and a page of labels so you can make your own little basket with dividers for easy access in your classroom (see thumbnail).
My goal with this product was to develop something that the teachers in my school can use in any class--history, science, careers, health, web design--to have their students demonstrate understanding of texts or lessons. In my instructions, I have offered suggestions on how to frame each exit slip for both reading and as a general formative assessment in the form of a true exit slip. I've also provided tips and suggestions gleaned from 20 years of teaching and using these techniques. Many of them are based on reading strategies I learned from my professional reading and attendance at conferences.
Update: December 2016
I've created easy-to-use digital versions of these exit slips (and added a few more to the collection). Check out my Digital Exit Slips
: a collection of 30 Google Slides to use in your 1:1 classroom!