May 22, 2022

Fifteen Exit Ticket Questions for Almost Any Classroom

Whether an exit ticket is carried out with digital tools or on scraps of paper (a strategy I abandoned years earlier due to the fact that I always appeared to lost a paper or two), method is the very same. I try to ask questions that arent “yes/ no” but can still be addressed by all trainees in just a minute or 2. To that end, heres a list of basic function exit ticket concerns that I established and have used at various times in my profession.

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1. Whats a new-to-you word or term you heard today?

2. Whats one thing you d change about todays lesson?
3. How did todays lesson make you feel?
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4. If we had a test next week, how well do you think you d do?
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5. How would you explain todays lesson to a classmate who was missing?
6. What was your preferred part of todays lesson?
7. What surprised you about todays class?
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8. Whats something you wish was different in class?
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9. Whats one question you d place on a quiz about todays lesson?
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10. How would you help a classmate who didnt understand todays lesson?
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11. Whats something you d like to find out more about?
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12. What was the easiest part of todays class?
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13. How did todays lesson fit with the one before it?
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14. What do you believe the next lesson will have to do with?
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15. What was the hardest part of todays class?

This is an excerpt from this weeks Practical Ed Tech Newsletter. The newsletter is sent out every Sunday night (Eastern Time) and it includes my pointer of the week and summary of the weeks most popular posts from Free Technology for Teachers. Whether an exit ticket is conducted with digital tools or on scraps of paper (a method I abandoned years earlier due to the fact that I constantly appeared to misplaced a paper or two), technique is the very same. I attempt to ask questions that arent “yes/ no” but can still be answered by all students in simply a minute or two. To that end, heres a list of basic purpose exit ticket questions that I established and have actually utilized at different times in my profession.