Reflection: Exit Tickets Steroid Use Among Teens - "Dying to Be Strong" - Section 3: Independent Practice


The 3-2-1 process is a reasonably common practice to provide closure for a lesson or activity. After the lesson or activity, have students record three things they learned from the lesson. Then, have students write down two things they found interesting and would like to learn more about. Finally, students record one question they still have about the material. I ask a few students at random to share their information with the class, while I provide feedback. When someone shares a question they still have, I ask students, by show of hands,  if they also have that question. It helps me to continue connecting to the content and building capacity. Sometimes I address the questions formally in future lessons, sometimes more indirectly, and still other times I use the questions to start online discussions about the topic on our class Edmodo page. This strategy worked really well following this lesson and led to some great discussion online.

  Exit Tickets: 3-2-1
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Steroid Use Among Teens - "Dying to Be Strong"

Unit 1: Argument Writing
Lesson 10 of 13

Objective: Students will begin to study the impact of steroid use on teenagers through an analysis of an article originally published in Scholastic's SCOPE Magazine

Big Idea: Why Does a Kid Feel the Need to Take Steroids?

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Writing Process, informational text, magazine, scholastic, research
  50 minutes
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