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Instructional Strategy of the Month. EXIT SLIPS. Acknowledgements. Reading Rockets www.readingrockets.org/stategies/exit_slips?theme=print Rutherford, Paula (2008) Instruction for All Students. Virginia: Just ASK Publications & Professional Development

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Acknowledgements
Acknowledgements

  • Reading Rockets

    • www.readingrockets.org/stategies/exit_slips?theme=print

  • Rutherford, Paula (2008) Instruction for All Students. Virginia: Just ASK Publications & Professional Development

  • Beninghof, Anne M. (2006) Engage All Students Through Differentiation. Crystal Springs Books


Exit slips
Exit Slips

_______________________’s Ticket Out The Door




Categories of exit slips
Categories of Exit Slips

  • Prompts that document learning:

  • Prompts that emphasize the process of learning:

  • Prompts to evaluate the effectiveness of instruction:

  • Other exit prompts:


How to use exit slips
How To Use Exit Slips

  • http://www.wku.edu/3kinds/dmaesguide.html






What research supports this strategy
What Research Supports this Strategy?

  • AdLit.org (2008). Exit Slips.

  • Bafile, C. (2004). “Let It Slip! Daily Exit Slips Help Teachers Know What Students Really Learned.”

  • Fisher, D., and Frey, N (2004) Improving Adolescent Literacy: Strategies at Work. New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall.


Additional examples
Additional Examples

  • Write one thing you learned today (any)

  • Write one question you have about today’s lesson (any)

  • Write three words with the long “o” sound (ELA)

  • Why are the North and South pole so cold? (SS)

  • Explain why Canada is not considered a melting pot (SS)

  • Draw a quick diagram that shows perspective (Art)

  • Of the 3 graphs we studied today, which one did you find most useful? Why? (Math)

  • Name one positive and one negative thing that happened during group work today (any)

  • Multiply 3 by 4 (Math)


Thank you
Thank You!

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