Exit Tickets for Middle School Classrooms

Exit tickets are a form of assessment that are often used informally to assess how well students grasped a lesson, what differentiation might be necessary, or what misconceptions students still have regarding the concept. This packet includes eight exit tickets that can be used as formative assessments, to encourage student reflection, or to inform instruction. Questions are general, not content-specific, and can be used for any middle school class.
Updated on: December 18, 2019
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