Reflection: Exit Tickets Sharing Stories as a Whole Group (Day 2 of 2) - Section 3: Wrapping Up


I don't use formal exit tickets often, but this would have been a good time to utilize the strategy. I don't do exit tickets because I am often disappointed with them; I find that many students know that they can get out of the room before I have time to read what they wrote, so they say something general, just to hand something to me. But today, they had something to say and I think I could have received some helpful written work. I felt like I did not have time to listen every student's opinion, but I will keep this in mind for the future.

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Sharing Stories as a Whole Group (Day 2 of 2)

Unit 20: Serial Writing
Lesson 4 of 4

Objective: SWBAT present information, findings, and supporting evidence clearly, concisely, and logically such that listeners can follow the line of reasoning by reading their narratives to their peers.

Big Idea: Finalists get to read for everyone!

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