Reflection: Exit Tickets Mirrors - Section 6: Evaluate


Now, it is time to analyze the students' knowledge. I had several students that were just stuck. They write the question when they were supposed to answer the question. Although I was excite they could write an asking sentence that I dictated, I really want them to write that mirrors reflect light. So, for the three that needed help I said, "Mirrors _____ light. Go look in your note and in your science journal and see if you can find the answer." These three were able to record the correct response on the exit ticket. 

I do actually ask the students to write their name on the sticky note, but if they don't its no big deal. I watch the students place the notes on the Tweet Board anyway. So, I know who wrote what. Now, I am going to plan more opportunities for this student to learn that mirror reflect light. Probably I can provide these opportunities in my non-fiction reading lessons and in my science lessons. I do incorporate a great deal of science in my reading class. It just supports what I am teaching in the science lesson.  

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Unit 7: Light in My World
Lesson 6 of 13

Objective: SWBAT explain what happens when you place a mirror in the path of a beam of light.

Big Idea: Engage students in planning, investigating, and discovering what happens when they put a mirror in the path of a beam of light.

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Science, Light, reflection, mirrors, eye
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