Reflection: Exit Tickets Creating Heat - Section 4: Connecting the Learning

 

Exit tickets do not have to be written.

Exothermic reactions are introduced in this lesson as a reaction that gives off heat. In Connecting the Learning, I ask the class questions I am pretty certain that they do not know the answers.

The questioning is not a typical exit ticket but it does serve the same purpose. I have learned that my students' only knowledge of exothermic reactions is the experience they have had in this lesson. 

This mini assessment via an nontraditional exit ticket helps me plan for future lessons. We will need to spend more time understanding the nature of exothermic and endothermic reactions in future lessons.

  Questioning as a Formative Assessment
  Exit Tickets: Questioning as a Formative Assessment
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Creating Heat

Unit 10: Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: SWBAT explain that heat is a form of energy that can change into other forms.

Big Idea: Can you change energy from one form to another?

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Science, pattern, cause and effect
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