Reflection: Checks for Understanding The Luckiest Man in the World: Graphing Exponential and Linear Functions - Section 4: Exit Ticket: The Luckiest Man on Earth (revisited)

 

I like to have an entry ticket and exit ticket for many of my classes as a classroom routine to check student understanding before and after class. 

For the lesson on graphing linear and exponential functions, I focused the entry and exit tickets on comparing and contrasting linear and exponential functions with two different lottery scenarios. 

For the first student sample, I was pleased with the level of understanding in the Entry Ticket Sample 1, as well as the Exit Ticket Sample 1. I was especially pleased with the level of complexity demonstrated in the Exit Ticket Written Response Sample 1, as writing about math is a skill that many of my students struggle with and that I focus on improving in the classroom. 

The Entry Ticket Sample 2 and the Exit Ticket Sample 2 again demonstrates a solid beginning understanding of the concepts as well as growth from the beginning to the end of the lesson. 

Formative assessments with a pre-post design can be powerful tools to not only assess student work, but also can help teachers focus their lesson on the priority concepts and skills to be taught. 

  Checks for Understanding: Pre and Post Formative Assessments
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The Luckiest Man in the World: Graphing Exponential and Linear Functions

Unit 5: Exponential Functions
Lesson 6 of 10

Objective: SWBAT graph and interpret exponential and linear functions. SWBAT paraphrase complex arguments.

Big Idea: A man who wins two lotteries (hence the luckiest man in the world) helps students understand and work with exponential and linear functions!

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