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Title: Exit Ticket Emoji Description: End of lesson task to allow pupils to reflect on how the lesson went via the medium of Emoji. Idea adapted from Twitter. #ded318

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Exit Slip Self Assessment Board

Ms. Walters 6th grade Language Arts Classroom My Exit Slip board. The numbers are actually folders for students to put slips in.

Celebrating 200 followers with 20 free Exit Slips!!! I hope this Four-eyes Freebie will help enable your students to reflect on their learning, as well as help you assess their understanding in order to plan or differentiate future instruction. Thank you to all my followers and future followers!

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Exit Slip

Classroom Freebies: Exit Slip

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10 Exit Slip Prompts that Will Work for Any Class

If you’re not using exit slips, you really should try them. Basically, you give students a quick prompt at the end of class (or for elementary, at the end of the day or the end of a subject). Then the students have just a couple minutes to write an answer and turn it in. Why … Read More →

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Open-Ended Differentiated EXIT SLIPS for Any Subject, K-5

Sample Sheet from "Open-Ended Differentiated Exit Slips for Any Subject, K-5": Quick informal assessments to inform future instruction and potential remedial needs. $ #exitslips


Self assessment rubic, ticket out the door that gives teachers insight to students understanding


3-2-1 ELA English Language Arts Reading Closure Activity - could be used for any 2nd language learning (translate and use for Spanish language building)

"Tweet" what you know - formative assessment - I don't "twitter" but I bet kids would love it