This is my favorite way to keep the start and end of class routines predictable and effective, and to incorporate metacognitive reflection by students. I create one of these forms for each week (or sometimes 1 form for two weeks). Students know that when they come in to the room, they get out their daily objective form, fill in the daily objective from the board, give their reflection score (1 - 5) for how comfortable they are with the daily objective, and then complete the bell work or the "do now" that is on the board. The last 5 minutes of the class I have them summarize 3 things they learned, rate their comfort with the daily objective on the 1 - 5 scale, (1 means that they have no idea what we are talking about, 5 means that they could teach the skill to someone else without any problem), and I have them reflect on things they need to work on or review. When they are done, I stamp their reflection and that becomes their exit ticket, and a quick way for me to review students' comfort with the learning objective for the day.
This is one of my favorite tools because it keeps students focused on what we are working to learn/do for the day, and it helps them to take ownership over their learning as they think about the objective and their own daily progress. I don't grade them on whether or not they give themselves a 1 or a 5 - I just grade them for completion and to collect formative data for my own instruction.