A highly engaging way of assessing students
Instead of using a whiteboard to write down answers, these assessment cards are the perfect time savers.
I typed up a multitude of common answers
True/False (circle and rectangle)
Cause/Effect (circle and rectangle)
Fact/Opinion (circle and rectangle)
Agree/DIsagree (circle and rectangle)
Yes/No (circle and rectangle)
A, B, C, D (Separate) (circle and square)
ABCD long card (students can use a paperclip to show answers)
? choice (circle and square)
Give each student the set of cards you wish to use or each student has their own 3-ring binder clip with a set of all the cards. Then begin to ask questions to the students. These cards will help you to assess how well your students have grasped the focus skill of the lesson.
*It's a great idea to choose two to four colors and color code your cards using opposites like True/False, Fast/Opinion, Yes/No so that the visual is even more clear as you scan the room for understanding*
Laminate, cut, hot glue back to back and put a stick in the middle of the two cards to create a paddle
Laminate, cut, hole punch, and use a 3-ring binder to keep all the rectangle cards together, large circle cards together, small circle card together, and square cards together. *REMEMBER* TO USE DIFFERENT COLOR PAPER FOR OPPOSITIES