These are fun Twitter Exit Slips for the Spanish Classroom. Now instead of a boring regular old exit slip, your students can tweet at you on paper! These paper slips include profile pictures for students to choose from (Frida Kahlo, Pancho Villa, etc.). It has a place at the top for students to write their "twitter username." Then it has three lines underneath for students to tweet at you! These twitter slips are very flexible and can be used many ways. They can be used for students to tell you what they learned in class, what they are confused about, or you can even have students make an example of what was taught. For example, if you taught Regular Verb Conjugation, you could have students make a Spanish sentence in which they must conjugate a regular verb. Don't forget hashtags! If you are having students make an example of the grammar concept taught that day, you could have students put a hash tag and then the grammar concept (Example: #regularverbs). These tweets can be simply turned in to you, or you can do what I do and hang a large sheet of light blue butcher paper and create a Twitter Wall. The options are endless!
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Twitter Exit Slips for Spanish Class!
by Amanda Davis
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