Utilizing the Exit Slip/Ticket Out The Door strategy requires students to provide written responses to questions at the end of a lesson. Exit Slips help students reflect on what they have learned and communicate what or how they are thinking about the new information. It also requires students to think critically. It only takes a few minutes to gather an informal measure of how well your students have understood a topic or lesson.
• Half-page slips with ruled lines.
• Many prompts to choose from.
• Blank slips included - to be used for individualized questions.
• Each slip comes in a boy or a girl version.
-No prompt/question - just ruled line
-Write two things you learned today.
-Write down one question you still have about what you learned today.
-Do you feel your group worked well together? What would you do differently next time?
-Write a quick summary of what you learned today.
-What part of the lesson did you find the most challenging?
-How would you explain today’s lesson to someone who was absent?
-How will what we learned today, help you in the future?
-Explain how you can use today’s lesson in the real world.
-What would you like me to review with you before taking a test on today’s lesson?
-What do you need to do to prepare for the upcoming quiz/test?
-How do you feel you did on today’s quiz/test? What do you think you could do to improve next time?
-Think and draw what you learned today.
-On a scale of 1 to 10, (10 being an expert) rate your understanding on the topic we discussed today? Explain why you choose this rating.
-Rate your understanding: Circle the best statement.
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