Exit Tickets are an instructional strategy that allows teachers to quickly and efficiently informally assess whether students have met the day’s learning objective.
This packet contains 100 questions that you can use throughout the year in your high school psychology class. Questions cover chapter content in the following areas:
* Introduction and History of Psychology
* Research and Methods
* Sensation and Perception
* States of Consciousness
* Motivation and Emotion
* Psychological Disorders
* Psychological Therapies
* Social Psychology
The Exit Ticket questions in this packet were written for high school honors-level students, but you can easily adapt the questions to meet the needs of other levels of student learning. You’ll find a variety of fill-in-the-blank, short answer, matching, and even a couple of diagramming questions.
Each chapter of Exit Tickets includes 4 or 8 questions. Every effort has been made to include a comprehensive sampling of topics within each chapter. Since different textbooks highlight topics differently, we’ve included two different styles of blank Exit Tickets so you can write your own questions.
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Looking for additional Psychology resources? Check out our FREE sample of End-of-Chapter Outline Questions
, a 7-page ungraded at-home assignment that helps students organize and study for their first test on the History of Psychology.
We have additional end-of-chapter outline questions for Research Methods - Biopsychology - Sensation/Perception - States of Consciousness
as well as a packet for chapters on Learning - Cognition - Emotion/Motivation