What’s the first thing students do when they enter your classroom and the last thing they do before they leave? In this episode we look at Do Nows and Exit Tickets and how they can be very effective ways of setting up the class for the day and providing quick formative assessments and recaps of the class objectives. Yes, you’ll hear some reasons that support both, but you’ll also get some quick, and in many cases no-prep, ideas to add to your teacher toolbox.
Topics in this Episode:
- what Do Nows and Exit Tickets are and why they are useful and effective in the language classroom
- examples of Do Nows and Exit Tickets at various proficiency levels
- logistics: where to write the prompts; where and how students record response; what we do with the responses
Blog post with all details and suggestions for using Do Nows and Exit Tickers in the language classroom.
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