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Exit Slips

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Exit Slips

Grades K – 12
Authors

Cathy Allen Simon

Cathy Allen Simon

Urbana, Illinois

Patrick Striegel

Patrick Striegel

Tolono, Illinois

 

Publisher

National Council of Teachers of English

Strategy Guide Series Differentiating Instruction

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Maria Johnson

December 05, 2014

The Exit-Slip strategy is an excellent way to find out the different levels of understanding among the students in the classroom. The strategy requires critical thinking from the student which in turn helps him or her to reflect on the material learned. I will definitely use this strategy to find out if my students understand difficult grammar concepts on a particular lesson.

 

 

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