## Reflection: Exit Tickets What's OK? - Section 3: Wrap It Up

I found that some students needed the more directed questions to complete this exit ticket, while others did fine with the more open structure.  I was pleasantly surprised that Student A answered as thoroughly as she did when given the prompts because she usually struggles with articulating concepts.  Students B clearly has the transformations sorted out for himself and tries to share that with the imaginary classmate, but I can see from his writing that we'll need to work on his writing to incorporate more mathematically rigorous terminology and explanation.

Exit Tickets: diverse learners

# What's OK?

Unit 7: Building Functions
Lesson 4 of 12

## Big Idea: Working backwards from the graphs to determine shifts and changes gives students good real-world experience.

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Math, Function Operations and Inverses, Algebra II, function, master teacher project, 11th Grade
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### Merrie Rampy

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