6th grade, Language Arts
The overall purpose of an exit ticket in our classroom is to assess individual learning before moving on to a different topic the next day. It is important for the teacher to focus on what subject they are teaching, as well as how each student is taking in the information. The daily quizzes can even be completion/participation grade, since most of the responses are based on what they thought was interesting or didn't quite understand. The teacher will review each answer and spend a few minutes before the next class to clear up any confusion or blurry topics depending on the exit ticket.
- 3 multiple choice or true/false questions: This tests the knowledge and urges for a convergent answer, or one right answer, to the class learning for the day.
- 2 response questions, short answer: 1 thing student found interesting and 1 think student is confused about. This section focuses on divergent answers, where there are many possible answers due to opinionated and personalized learning
The response questions specifically target each student's point of view of our learning objective for the day. Lastly, we will have a roll of tickets at each table/desk, and the students will write their name on ticket and turn it into box when leaving classroom. The purpose of this would be to make each student responsible while using technology as a grade.