Are you implementing independent reading in your classroom or virtually with your students? You know you need to assess students' reading, but you don't want an arduous task to take out all of the fun, nor do you want activities that waste everyone's time. These 10 independent reading exit tickets are the solution for your classroom!
Whether you're in the classroom or utilizing distance learning, these exit tickets provide a quick check-in with students. Each Strategy and Skill-based Exit Ticket explains or reviews an essential reading strategy or skill, then asks students to apply it to the book they've been reading independently.
You'll be able to quickly see who's reading and progressing in their novels and who's struggling.
I have been using these tickets with my students for years. They only take a few moments to complete and students never complain about them.
- 10 printable exit tickets (5 pieces of paper in a NON-EDITABLE PDF format)
- 10 EDITABLE Google Forms versions of the same exit tickets
With 10 exit tickets, you'll have more than enough to give each student a different skill to practice weekly for a whole quarter! Even better is that these exit tickets can be used again and again, over and over, at any point in reading.
The whole resource is visible in the preview, so check it out to see if these exit tickets are right for you and your students! This resource consists of 5, NON-EDITABLE pages with two tickets on each page (cut along the dashed line in the center of each page). Only the Google Forms versions are editable.
- Story Elements Independent Reading Exit Tickets (alternate or add to this set of exit tickets!)
- Instagram Activity for Any Novel
- How to Read a Graphic Novel Introduction Unit
***This resource consists of NON-EDITABLE PDF and Google files within a Google Folder. In order to access your purchase, you will need to give Teachers Pay Teachers access to your Google Drive. Before purchasing, please review the preview to make sure this resource supports your and your students' needs. The whole resource, with the exception of any answer keys, is included in the preview.