Quick Exit Ticket Template for AfL

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Created byMathsImpact

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Really simple templates for creating your own exit tickets.

I usually stick in 3-4 questions on a topic for students to answer in the last 5-10 minutes of the lesson. No student can leave the room without handing it to me at the door.

I will then mark them ready for the start of the next lesson. Because they're so small and simple even with a class of 30 it doesn't take more than 10 minutes to mark them!

I normally use the A6 version, but if that isn't enough space there is a larger A5 template as well.

Based on Exit tickets originally created by Lesley Hall, which can be found here:
https://lhmaths.wordpress.com/teachers/

  • Template-A5-Grade.pptx
  • Template-A5-Level.pptx
  • Template-A6-Grade.pptx
  • Template-A6-Level.pptx
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Template-A5-Grade

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Template-A5-Level

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Template-A6-Grade

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Template-A6-Level

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Downloads3258
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CreatedMar 18, 2015
UpdatedFeb 19, 2017
LicenceCC-BY-SA

3 Reviews

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  • 1
    user avatarJChandarana2 months agoreport

    This looks very much like a resource created by LHall

    • user avatarMathsImpactReply from Author2 months ago

      Absolutely, the collection she made are here: https://lhmaths.wordpress.com/teachers/

      Those were all pre-filled with questions though, and in microsoft word format. I adapted these ones for my own use as it's quicker to create new exit tickets when you have a blank slate to start from, and having different sizes is helpful depending on the topic you want to create questions for.

      You're quite right though, I should have attributed the original, I will update the description accordingly.

  • 5
    user avatarSarahViner4 months agoreport

    These are awesome, so handy to have a template to just fill in as required. Thank you for sharing.

  • 5

    brilliant

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