"Exit Slips allow the teacher to collect students’ responses and plan accordingly for the next class session, differentiating for the abilities and understanding of different students. This strategy is extremely useful in the classroom because it takes just a few moments to do, and gives teachers an informal measure of the students’ understanding of a new lesson or concept" (Wagner, Barb. "Sharing Responses to Literature via Exit Slips." Classroom Notes Plus August (2005): 1-3. Web).
This reproducible worksheet works well with the interactive notebook. It can also work well with classroom binders. I would suggest collecting the sheets every two weeks or having an informal assessment at the end of each week. I have used this for the past six years with great educational outcomes! If you use the interactive notebook in any grade level, then you need this product! Enjoy!
**** Recently Updated - Now includes a version in Word and a completed sample! It also includes a "Exit Slip" Twitter version.
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