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    • Sandra Russ

      (to use as an "exit ticket") Are your students: watching a movie? listening to a guest speaker? going on a field trip? reading an article? Use one of these note sheets to help your students remember what they learn, or to see if your students understood what you wanted them to, or to take an easy grade on those �experiential learning� activities. This includes 3 different sheets to use for notetaking. Tested with real students in the classroom of Heidi Raki. $2.00

    • K H

      FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT EXIT SLIPS: Closure Activity for chapters, units of study, films, and lectures: 3-2-1 I like this for Science and Social Studies.

    • Colette Clark

      3 in 1 - Taking Notes Worksheets. Abstract thinking, generalization, higher order thinking, content to self connections - good practice for all students.

    • Joanne H

      3-2-1 sheet. Formative assessment idea.

    • Barry Hendler

      Closure activity: 3-2-1 I'm stealing this! exit slip @Portia Hopkins - maybe you can use this for your students, ha!

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