Reflection: Exit Tickets Igneous Rocks II - Section 5: Exit Ticket & Closing

 

Usually, immediately after the exit ticket is graded (I often have them grade their own, or "trade and grade" with a seat-mate), I have them track their exit ticket scores on a tracker. At the end of the unit, this is usually collected and graded. Frankly, it serves no other purposes than to give students the opportunity to track their progress and self-identify where there might be learning gaps (either by getting a low score, or not having a score due to missing class). This allows them to either target their studying/review come test day, but it also builds the capacity of students to organize and keep track of their own work.

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Igneous Rocks II

Unit 1: Rocks & Minerals
Lesson 8 of 12

Objective: SWBAT interpret the ‘Scheme for Igneous Rock Identification’ chart on the Earth Science Reference Tables

Big Idea: Students will utilize tables to identify texture, type of formation, and composition of igneous rocks

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