Reflection: Student Feedback Smart Phone Literature Project Day Four - Section 4: Ticket Out

 

I use the paper towel ticket out so that students can reflect on what they learn in a lesson and to provide me with feedback on activities since I think it is vital to tailor instruction based upon student needs.  

My use of this activity has evolved over time. The students enjoy it so much that they ask for it.  I normally use it when running out of class time as I always have paper towels on my desk; yet the medium is easy to post on my bulletin board for gallery walks during class or next class as a springboard to further study.

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Smart Phone Literature Project Day Four

Unit 8: Smart Phone Literature Project
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT articulate connections among literary works and modern culture through writing, imagemaking, and discussion.

Big Idea: "Eventually everything connects - people, ideas, objects. The quality of the connections is the key to quality per se." ---Charles Eames

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English / Language Arts, Iliad, Literature, Media and Technology, Listening and Speaking, Macbeth, summative assessment, Beowulf, Canterbury Tales, Complex Tasks, Culture for Learning, discourse and questioning, Student Self
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