Have your students track their exit slip scores each day as a tool for self-assessment. I specifically ask three quick questions at the end of each class period using Plickers, but it could be any form of exit slip that you use in your classroom. Each day they track the date, number of answers they got correct out of three, and what the topic was. At the end of each week they can reflect on their topic strengths and weaknesses. This gives them an idea of which particular topics to be focusing on in order to improve. A sample page is included so that you can see what it should look like once filled out. They are written in Spanish but most words are cognates so they should work for any level of Spanish.
If you are very limited on the number of copies you can make for students or if you use interactive notebooks in your classroom, you might want to check out the "Spanish Exit Slip Graphs for Plickers - Small" because you can fit more onto one page.
*Note: This product was teacher created and not created by Plickers.*