Eight Reasons to use Exit Tickets in your Classroom (freebies included!)

Eight Reasons to use Exit Tickets in your Classroom

Lots of ideas and free items created to make using exit tickets easy ~ A great opportunity to see if students understand the day's lesson. Especially helpful for struggling students.

"Synthesizing" Anchor Chart (Social Studies) high school. I would adjust the vocab for middle school.

*image only - no web site* "Synthesizing" Anchor Chart (Social Studies) high school. Might need to adjust the vocab for middle school.

Great Depression - Song Analysis Project with Rubric (This Land is Your Land) - This 4 page Great Depression teaching resource contains a project that requires students to analyze the song This Land is Your Land by Woody Guthrie and the ways in which it relates to the overall events of the Great Depression.

Great Depression - Song Analysis Project with Rubric (This Land is Your Land)

An activity/ project that could be used after a guided note session on the Great Depression and before reading a Depression Era novel and begin teaching skills that students will need to interpret the novel.

First Nations of Canada Project - help guide students through a research project on one of the First Nations groups in Canada. ($)

First Nations, Inuit and Metis of Canada Project

Free activity from my "Canada! Canadian Identity - 14 Readings Passages and Activities". Includes 8 discussion or reading prompts on the topic of what it means to be a Canadian.

A set of 14 reading passages, 1 about Canada's flag, and 13 others, 1 for each province and territory. There is also a pre-reading activity and a post-reading vocabulary activity.

Free activity from my "Canada! Canadian Identity - 14 Readings Passages and Activities". Includes 8 discussion or reading prompts on the topic of what it means to be a Canadian.

A set of 14 reading passages, 1 about Canada's flag, and 13 others, 1 for each province and territory. There is also a pre-reading activity and a post-reading vocabulary activity.

Anticipatory Set: A picture is worth a 1,000 words; getting students to examine details in pictures, give their initial perspective, and create unanswered questions using keywords.

Anticipatory Set: A picture is worth a words; getting students to examine details in pictures, give their initial perspective, and create unanswered questions using keywords.


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